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Photos: Charlie Daniels Band Visits Corn maze Designed in Honor of the Late Musician

by Quentin Blount
Photo by Gary Gershoff/Getty Images

Lyon Family Farms in Taft, Tenn. is the latest to pay tribute to Charlie Daniels by designing a corn maze in honor of the late musician.

The Charlie Daniels Twitter page, run by his estate, tweeted after visiting the maze.

“If you build it, he will come…” We had a great time at Lyon Family Farms Charlie Daniels corn maze in Taft, TN! They’re open until Oct. 31 so check them out! lyonfamilyfarms.com.

Other tributes to Charlie Daniels

The family farm in Tennessee joins a growing list of those who have recently paid tribute to Charlie Daniels since his death.

In August, Nickelback shared their rendition of ‘The Devil Went Down to Georgia’ on Twitter. The tweet included an animated video paying homage to Daniels as well.

President Donald Trump took to Twitter back in July to pay tribute to late country music icon.

“We will miss GREAT Country Rocker, Charlie Daniels, who passed away yesterday in Hermitage, Tennessee,” the President wrote. “My condolences to his wife Hazel, and their family. Charlie is in my thoughts and prayers. I love his music!”

After Daniels had passed on July 6, his son, Charlie Daniels Jr., says the hospital staff honored his father in a special way. In a post on his father’s website, Daniels Jr. says the staff wanted to do a Patriots Honor Walk for the late Country Music Hall of Fame Member.

“The Patriots Honor Walk is military-themed, and it is the civilian equivalent to the military Honor Walk as the hospital staff lines the hallways as the recently deceased is taken out of the doors,” Daniels Jr. writes.

After the legendary fiddler passed away earlier this year, his band vowed to keep the singer’s legacy alive on social media. Since Daniels passed away, his team has continued to post on his Twitter and Instagram accounts. 

Daniels died on July 7 from a hemorrhagic stroke. The singer was 83-years-old. Over his decades long career, Daniels produced many songs but “The Devil Went Down to Georgia” is perhaps his most iconic.