There were serious moments as well such as a haunting She Moves Through the Fair and a classy version of The Devil Went Down to Georgia.
What does TDWDTG stand for?
TDWDTG stands for The Devil Went Down to Georgia (song)
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Admission to the park also includes live gigs, this summer including shows by The Moody Blues, The Eagles, Kid Rock, and the Charlie Daniels Band, famous for The Devil Went Down To Georgia.
The Charlie Daniels Band - The Devil Went Down To Georgia "This is just an epic tune," says drummer Ian Bicker .
After nearly two hours and two encores the show was rounded off with the band's own rendition of The Devil Went Down to Georgia, which made sure everyone went home with a smile.
The devil went down to Georgia looking for a soul to steal but Charlie Daniels is going down to Webster (for his 21st appearance at the ranch) to entertain folks with his golden fiddle that has made him a fortune (on Sept.