The Marshall Tucker Band announces 2018 "Juke Jammin" Tour

The group's national road show kicks-off on January 20 aboard the SOLD OUT Southern Rock Cruise with more than 20 dates to follow including stops in Raleigh and CharlotteNC,LexingtonKYAkronOHBeverly,MAAugustaGA, and StrattonVT.

Marshall Tucker Band honored at historic Grant's Lounge

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.

Announcing Georgia Jam 2017!

Legendary Southern Rock Group to Perform at Historic Concert Series this Fall; Dates Set for November 3 at Macon's Cox Capitol Theatre and November 4 atAtlanta's Variety Playhouse

Marshall Tucker Band whips TJ’s Corral into a frenzy

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.

The Southern Rock Cruise 2018!

The Southern Rock Cruise 2018 is ON!  Join us and our fellow rebel rockers including .38 Special, The Outlaws and more on the high seas!  PLUS a special performance by Lynyrd Skynyrd in Jamaica for a rockin' party!  Book with the promo code MTBFAN for special low rates! #SouthernRockCruise

Marshall Tucker Band to play Watseka Theatre for 4th time

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.

Southern Uprising Tour!

Don't miss The Marshall Tucker Band on the Southern Uprising Tour 2017!

Check out the dates here.

Gregg Allman

"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!"

-Doug Gray