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Boycotting states like North Carolina and Mississippi is all the rage for many celebrities these days but for one singer it’s just the opposite.
While Bruce Springsteen, Ringo Starr, Bryan Adams and even filmmaker Michael Moore have declined to do business in North Carolina and Mississippi, because the states passed laws preventing men from using women’s bathrooms, Charlie Daniels has stepped up.
Let’s put some rumors to rest.
Any shows we have booked in NC,Mississippi or anywhere else in these Sovereign US of A will be played
— Charlie Daniels (@CharlieDaniels) April 15, 2016
What an interesting concept. Doing business where you are contractually obligated to do so.
Then again Springsteen, Adams, Starr, Moore and any other who join the boycotts have a right to not do business with those who don’t share their beliefs and values.
As they boycott people for not doing business with people who don’t share their beliefs and values.
Social media praised Daniels for taking a stand.
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.@CharlieDaniels Thank You for putting your fans FIRST and never ever bowing to political pressure!
— Van Colley (@vancolley) April 15, 2016
@CharlieDaniels Amen,Charlie!..Of course they will be played!.I know&appreciate how dedicated you are to bringing your music to everyone. :]
— RebeccaSweetHeart215 (@SB215J) April 15, 2016
@CharlieDaniels That’s what professionals do, and you are a professional,honor their commitments.
— Steve_Jacobson (@Steve_Jacboson) April 15, 2016
— Gary D. (@1765e88972254c9) April 15, 2016
— cu_mr2ducks (@cu_mr2ducks) April 16, 2016
— CSA Citizen (@Genealogy123) April 16, 2016
@CharlieDaniels , I never doubted you !
— Hook Moore (@Hook_Moore) April 15, 2016
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