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July 09, 2020

Dennis Quaid Pays Tribute to the Late Country Star Charlie Daniels Following His Untimely Death

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Iconic country musician Charlie Daniels passed away on Tuesday but the tributes keep coming in. Actor Dennis Quaid recently took to social media to honor the late singer.

Quaid, 66, posted an Instagram photo of himself performing with Daniels on stage. In the caption of the post, the actor called the late star a “life force.”

He described Daniels’ music as “ancient and modern all at once.” Quaid, who is also a musician in his own right, noted how the late singer’s music managed to overlap all genres.

Dennis Quaid at the Build Series discussing "Out of the Box" on November 30, 2018, in New York City | Photo: Jim Spellman/Getty Images

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HONORING DANIELS

The actor recalled the artist’s giving spirit and remembered him as “A great patriot, an authentic American.” Daniels, 83, sadly passed away from a hemorrhagic stroke.

He was a Grammy Award-winning country star and a fiddler. His most well-known track has to be “The Devil Went Down to Georgia.”

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CHARLIE’S HEALTH CHALLENGES

Some of his other songs include “Uneasy Rider” and “In America.” The recent stroke was not the first one for the country musician as he’d suffered a mild one in 2010.

In 2013, Daniels was fitted with a pacemaker and in 2001 he managed to overcome prostate cancer. The legendary star was a member of the Country Music Hall of Fame.

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SOME OF HIS ACCOLADES

He also boasted 9 gold and platinum albums. In 1969, the singer played on Bob Dylan’s classic Nashville Skyline sessions.

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DANIELS’S SURVIVORS

His group The Charlie Daniels Band featured in the film, “Urban Cowboy” in 1980. He is survived by Hazel, his wife of 55 years, and their son, Charlie Daniels Jr.

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QUAID’S MARRIAGE

Quaid is also a married man as he recently tied the knot with a much younger woman. The actor married his new wife, Laura Savoie, 27, on June 2, 2020, at a Santa Barbara seaside resort.

THE ORIGINAL WEDDING PLAN

Before eloping, the couple had planned on an April wedding in Hawaii. They intended on hosting a second reception in Nashville for their friends and family.

Unfortunately, the pair had to change their plans due to the outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease and its safety guidelines.

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