If you turn on your local classic rock radio station, there’s a chance you might hear hits from the Marshall Tucker Band such as “Can’t You See,” “Fire on the Mountain,” or “Heard It in a Love Song.” If you change the channel to your local classic country station, you might hear those same songs.
Versatility has been a major selling point for the Marshall Tucker Band since the group formed in 1972. Lead vocalist and founding member Doug Gray said the broad appeal is part of the reason the band is touring to this day.
“We have the opportunity to play just about any kind of venue, whether it’s a jazz festival, rock and roll festival or a country festival,” he said.
Tonight, the band will make a stop at The State Theater in Elizabethtown.Read Full Article