Tapped to join Lynyrd Skynyrd on the band's The Last of the Street Survivors Farewell Tour, lead singer and founding member of the Marshall Tucker Band Doug Gray spoke with PopCulture.com to discuss the upcoming trek, reminiscing about the years of experiences the two bands have shared that the memories they’re sure to make on the road this summer...
The group's national road show kicks-off on January 20 aboard the SOLD OUTSouthern Rock Cruise with more than 20 dates to follow including stops in Raleigh and Charlotte, NC,Lexington, KY, Akron, OH, Beverly,MA, Augusta, GA, and Stratton, VT.
Wes Griffith with Moonhanger Group and Creek Media and Ed Grant, Jr. of Grant's Lounge presented Doug Gray of the Marshall Tucker Band with a gift commemorating the band's signing to Capricorn Records after a showcase at the venue in 1971.
The iconic Marshall Tucker Band thrilled a sellout crowd with a memorable concert on Friday, July 28, at TJ’s Corral at Carson Valley Inn. The 45th Live in Concert tour commemorates the beginning of the band in 1972, when six childhood friends from Spartanburg, South Carolina, returned from Vietnam and decided to give music one more try.
BATAVIA — This Friday, the Rockin’ the Downs Concert Series continues with a headlining performance from southern rock pioneers The Marshall Tucker Band. The group has a long and storied history dating back to the early 1970s.
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The Marshall Tucker Band is embarking on its "45th Live in Concert" tour on Friday, and it's comprised of weekend dates through October.
MTB will make its fourth appearance on Saturday at the historic Watseka Theatre for a 7 p.m. show at the intimate venue at 218 E. Walnut St. in downtown Watseka. Visit watsekatheatre.com for ticket information.
"A very sad show day for me. Gregg was a guy that showed me more respect in our business than anyone else. He also taught me how to please an audience with your voice and pour your heart out and never regret. Ride in Peace my friend!"