Known as the strong-voiced frontman for ’70s southern rockers The Marshall Tucker Band, Doug Gray finally has a solo record: “Soul of the South,” which was recorded in 1981 and shelved for 30 years.
Own an autographed tambourine used by Marshall Tucker Band vocalist Doug Gray.
On April 5, 2011, marking its 40th Anniversary, the band releases a 14-track album of original recordings of the songs that made the MTB a household name.
Playing to a sold-out Madison Square Garden is as good as it gets for any band, especially for some sons of the Confederacy like the Marshall Tucker Band.
Matters of the heart have always mattered to The Marshall Tucker Band. Even if the Southern-rock cowboys from Spartanburg, S.C., seemed too tough and independent to get all hung up on women — being known more for lyrics about whiskey-drinking, freewheelin’, rambling souls — they’ve always had a way with a love song.
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