What would Halloween be without Charlie Daniels' "The Devil Went Down to Georgia"? Released in 1979 on the album, "Million Mile Reflections", "Devil", clearly inspired by the story, "The Devil & Daniel Webster", spins the yarn about Satan getting into a fiddling duel with a mortal musician named Johnny.
Unless I'm mistaken, "Devil" was Daniels' 1st hit on the Billboard Hot 100 pop chart, but Daniels was mostly a country artist by trade. This is one of two Halloween-themed songs on Daniels' resume. The other, "The Legend of Wooley Swamp", was released a year or two later on the album, "Full Moon".
Following is a live performance of "Devil" from the Grand Ole Opry, broadcast live on Great American Country (GAC), and introduced by Marty Stuart. Uploaded by the Opry's YouTube channel: