Marshall Tucker Band’s Doug Gray Talks New Live Album, Touring Europe and More: Exclusive …
The Marshall Tucker Band recently opened their vaults and released Live in the U.K. 1976, a snapshot of the iconic southern rock outfit's original lineup in peak form.
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When Marshall Tucker Band Played a Benefit Show for Jimmy Carter
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