Concert Vault

Volunteer Jam 1982

By: Concert Vault

36 songs / 2:34:05

  1. 1 The Charlie Daniels Band / Trudy 05:17
  2. 2 The Charlie Daniels Band / The Lady In Red 03:41
  3. 3 The Charlie Daniels Band / Interlude 00:46
  4. 4 The Charlie Daniels Band / Ain't No Ramblers Anymore 04:14
  5. 5 The Charlie Daniels Band / Partyin' Gal 03:29
  6. 6 Leon Russell / Out In The Woods 05:23
  7. 7 Leon Russell / Uncle Pen 02:08
  8. 8 Leon Russell / Roll Over Beethoven 03:09
  9. 9 Jimmy Hall / Hold On To My Love 03:57
  10. 10 Jimmy Hall / Sleeping On The Beach Tonight 04:13
  11. 11 The Charlie Daniels Band / The Legend Of Wooley Swamp 04:23
  12. 12 The Charlie Daniels Band / Crowd 00:27
  13. 13 The Charlie Daniels Band / In America 03:29
  14. 14 The Charlie Daniels Band / Long Haired Country Boy 03:53
  15. 15 The Charlie Daniels Band / Interlude 00:29
  16. 16 The Charlie Daniels Band / Caballo Diablo 04:39
  17. 17 The Charlie Daniels Band / Uneasy Rider 05:08
  18. 18 George Thorogood / House Of Blue Lights 05:05
  19. 19 George Thorogood / Who Do You Love? 05:53
  20. 20 George Thorogood / Move It On Over 07:11
  21. 21 Steve Walsh / Summertime Blues 03:28
  22. 22 Steve Walsh / Slow Down 03:17
  23. 23 Steve Walsh / Down The Road 04:24
  24. 24 The Charlie Daniels Band / Interlude 00:24
  25. 25 The Charlie Daniels Band / Cumberland Mountain Number Nine 10:22
  26. 26 China / Shootout In The Parking Lot 04:56
  27. 27 Quarterflash / Find Another Fool 05:36
  28. 28 Quarterflash / Harden My Heart 05:05
  29. 29 Quarterflash / Take Another Picture 05:45
  30. 30 The Charlie Daniels Band / Interlude 00:27
  31. 31 The Charlie Daniels Band / The South's Gonna Do It Again 06:49
  32. 32 The Charlie Daniels Band / The Devil Went Down To Georgia 03:54
  33. 33 The Charlie Daniels Band / Ragin' Cajun 04:40
  34. 34 The Charlie Daniels Band / Still In Saigon 04:04
  35. 35 The Charlie Daniels Band / Interlude 00:50
  36. 36 The Charlie Daniels Band / Orange Blossom Special 13:10
Description
Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jams were a Nashville tradition and, despite keeping the list of guest performers a secret every year, one of the hottest concert tickets in America. The eighth Volunteer Jam, held on January 30, 1982, was no exception, featuring over eight hours of music from more than 25 genre-bending acts with an emphasis on Southern rock, country and blues. The show was broadcast on radio and recorded by the King Biscuit Flower Hour, which aired highlights from the evening a few weeks later. This playlist presents the entirety of that King Biscuit radio show, including the full Charlie Daniels Band set along with mini-sets from Leon Russell, Jimmy Hall, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Steve Walsh (of Kansas), China and Quarterflash. The Volunteer Jam tradition began in 1974 when, to celebrate the Charlie Daniels Band's first homecoming sellout at Nashville's War Memorial Auditorium, Daniels invited some friends to drop by and jam. Much to the surprise and delight of all attendees, among those accepting his invitation were The Allman Brothers Band and the Marshall Tucker Band. The result was an incredible evening of rowdy Southern Rock not soon forgotten and the initial Volunteer Jam concept took hold. The following year Daniels upped the ante by repeating the concept at Murfreesboro, Tennessee's Murphy Center, with even more friends turning up in addition to the first year performers. Another advance sellout, the event was a roaring success. Filmed and recorded, subsequent broadcasts spread the word throughout the United States and in 1977, the Volunteer Jam concert would find a permanent home. That January, the third Volunteer Jam took place at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium and featured a veritable who's who of southern rock, country and bluegrass musicians all on the same stage. The King Biscuit Flower Hour recording engineers were on hand to document the event and choice highlights were heard by millions of listeners across North America. By then, what began as an annual homecoming
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Charlie Daniels' Volunteer Jams were a Nashville tradition and, despite keeping the list of guest performers a secret every year, one of the hottest concert tickets in America. The eighth Volunteer Jam, held on January 30, 1982, was no exception, featuring over eight hours of music from more than 25 genre-bending acts with an emphasis on Southern rock, country and blues. The show was broadcast on radio and recorded by the King Biscuit Flower Hour, which aired highlights from the evening a few weeks later. This playlist presents the entirety of that King Biscuit radio show, including the full Charlie Daniels Band set along with mini-sets from Leon Russell, Jimmy Hall, George Thorogood and the Destroyers, Steve Walsh (of Kansas), China and Quarterflash.

The Volunteer Jam tradition began in 1974 when, to celebrate the Charlie Daniels Band's first homecoming sellout at Nashville's War Memorial Auditorium, Daniels invited some friends to drop by and jam. Much to the surprise and delight of all attendees, among those accepting his invitation were The Allman Brothers Band and the Marshall Tucker Band. The result was an incredible evening of rowdy Southern Rock not soon forgotten and the initial Volunteer Jam concept took hold.

The following year Daniels upped the ante by repeating the concept at Murfreesboro, Tennessee's Murphy Center, with even more friends turning up in addition to the first year performers. Another advance sellout, the event was a roaring success. Filmed and recorded, subsequent broadcasts spread the word throughout the United States and in 1977, the Volunteer Jam concert would find a permanent home. That January, the third Volunteer Jam took place at Nashville's Municipal Auditorium and featured a veritable who's who of southern rock, country and bluegrass musicians all on the same stage. The King Biscuit Flower Hour recording engineers were on hand to document the event and choice highlights were heard by millions of listeners across North America.

By then, what began as an annual homecoming