When Charlie Daniels and his crew were traveling to the Big Valley Jamboree in Camrose, Alberta, last Sunday, they ran into some trouble at the Canadian border. There was no one on duty to inspect the equipment truck when they pulled into the check station at 4 a.m. They were told they would have to leave the musical gear behind. Fortunately, Tracy Lawrence’s tour manager, Tim McCormick, caught wind of the situation at the venue and sprang into action. McCormick called Daniels’ production manager and made a list of stage equipment. With that information, and a borrowed fiddle from Dwight Yoakam’s band, Lawrence’s crew set up the stage. Daniels and crew went on only 30 minutes behind schedule.