The Marshall Tucker Band will relive one of their most memorable performances as a live album. 'Live From Englishtown,' a recording of their 1977 Englishtown, N.J., concert that drew more than 150,000 fans, will be released in October on the band's own Ramblin' Records.
The Marshall Tucker Band is as old as the CMA Music Festival. Both were born in 1972, and both have have experienced changes in recent years. Fans at this year's Kick-Off Concert at the Chevrolet Riverfront Stage will find out that both have the same infectious energy today that they did 40 years ago. Maybe even more.
Mariah Gray bet her father Doug, lead singer of the Marshall Tucker Band, that he couldn't fit into his Army uniform from 40 years ago for this Veterans Day. Turns out, he could. So, Mariah had to pay up with a vegetable soup lunch.
The Marshall Tucker Band, whose 'Can't You See' was named UltimateClassicRock.com's greatest Southern rock song ever, will serve as grand marshals for this weekend's NASCAR racing event at the Las Vagas Motor Speedway.
The Marshall Tucker Band are gearing up to head to the 2012 Vice Presidential Debate tonight (Thursday, Oct. 11), where the rock legends will perform at the face-off between Vice President Joe Biden and Congressman Paul Ryan, when the two political figures go head-to-head.
Stuart Swanlund, longtime member of the Marshall Tucker Band, died Saturday (Aug. 4) of natural causes. The slide guitar specialist joined the band in 1985, touring and recording with the group until unspecified health problems forced him off the road recently.