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    &MTB45Nashville, Tenn. (January 23, 2017) - Today, the iconic Marshall Tucker Band (MTB) announced the first leg of dates for its "45th Live in Concert" tour. The legendary southern rock group has more than 30 concert dates on the books with many others to be added throughout the year.

    "We are delighted to hit the road in 2017 to celebrate 45 years of The Marshall Tucker Band," says MTB lead singer Doug Gray. "This year's tour schedule is going to take us to towns we haven't played in awhile. It will be great to see so many of our fans and old friends."

    The tour kicks off on February 3 in Savannah, Georgia with upcoming concerts all across the nation including stops in Las Vegas, Milwaukee, Daytona Beach, Knoxville, Paducah, Charlotte, and Raleigh.

    2017 Marshall Tucker Band "45th Live in Concert" Tour Dates:

    Feb 3 - Savannah, GA - The Stage on Bay

    Feb 18 - Knoxville, TN - Cotton Eyed Joe

    Feb 22 - Englewood, NJ - Bergen Performing Arts Ctr.

    Feb 24 - Plymouth, NH - Flying Monkey Performance Center

    Feb 25 - Woonsocket, RI - Stadium Theatre

    Feb 26 - Verona, NY - Turning Stone Resort Casino - Event Center Theatre

    March 3 - Raleigh, NC - The Ritz

    March 4 - Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore

    March 10 - Las Vegas, NV - Golden Nugget

    March 11 - El Cajon, CA - Sycuan Casino

    March 18 - Pompano Beach, FL - Pompano Beach Amphitheatre

    March 31 - Paducah, KY - The Carson Center

    April 1 - Elkhart, IN - The Lerner

    April 7 - Hankinson, ND - Dakota Magic Casino

    April 8 - Walker, MN - Northern Lights Casino

    April 9 - Milwaukee, WI - Patawatomi Hoel & Casino

    April 20 - Salina, KS - The Stiefel Theatre for the Performing Arts

    April 21 - Emporia, KS - Granada Theatre

    April 22 - Sioux City, IA - Hard Rock Hotel & Casino

    April 28 - Las Cruces, NM - Las Cruces Country Music Festival

    April 29 - Southlake, TX - Southlake Town Center

    April 30 - Conroe, TX - Dosey Doe

    May 13 - Lancaster, PA - Clipper Magazine Stadium

    May 20 - Greenville, TN - Niswonger Performing Arts Center

    May 26 - Daytona Beach, FL - Daytona International Speedway

    May 27 - Clearwater,... read more







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For a band classified by many as Southern rock, The Marshall Tucker Band never seemed satisfied with just rocking.  From their beginnings in the early '70s, their sound took plenty of changes musically -- swinging, grooving, jamming and going country -- and always stretched the boundaries.  Always a confident live act, MTB brought their A game to their South Carolina Music Hall of Fame Concert, recorded at Spartanburg S.C.'s Memorial Auditorium on Sept. 19, 1995.  Stellar sound quality enhances every detail, from the excitement of the crowd to lead singer Doug Gray's spirited drawl to multi-instrumentalist Jerry Eubanks' talented turns on flute, sax and Hammond organ.  MTB keep the energy high high from the start to finish with highlights aplenty, drafting fellow legends Charlie Daniels (dig his fiery fiddle work on "Long Hard Ride") and Allman Brothers stickmen Jaimoe and Butch Trucks, who join in with Daniels on the moving tribute to deceased guitarist / songwriter Toy Caldwell, "Searchin' for a Rainbow."

 -James Haag





One of the major Southern rock bands of the '70s, the Marshall Tucker Band was formed in Spartanburg, SC, in 1971 by singer Doug Gray, guitarist Toy Caldwell (born 1948, died February 25, 1993), his brother bassist Tommy Caldwell (born 1950, died April 28, 1980), guitarist George McCorkle (born 1947, died June 29th, 2007), drummer Paul Riddle, and reed player Jerry Eubanks. The group's style combined rock, country, and jazz and featured extended instrumental passages on which lead guitarist Toy Caldwell shone. The band was signed to Capricorn Records and released their debut album, The Marshall Tucker Band, in March 1973. They gained recognition through a tour with the Allman Brothers Band and found significant success during the course of the '70s, with most of their albums going gold. Their peak came with the million-selling album Carolina Dreams and its Top 15 single "Heard It in a Love Song" in 1977. Since then, the group has continued to write, record, and tour, and entertain fans from around the world. Friend them on Facebook!

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