Among the main Southern rock rings from the ’70s, the Marshall Tucker Music group combined rock, nation, and jazz, and featured extended instrumental passages which business lead guitarist Gadget Caldwell shone. The music group was produced in Spartanburg, SC, in 1971 by vocalist Doug Grey, guitarist Caldwell (delivered 1948, died Feb 25, 1993), his sibling bassist Tommy Caldwell (delivered 1950, died Apr 4, 1980), guitarist George McCorkle, drummer Paul Riddle, and reed participant Jerry Eubanks. The six-piece group was agreed upon to Capricorn Information and released their debut record, The Marshall Tucker Music group, in March 1973. They obtained recognition by way of a tour using the Allman Brothers Music group and discovered significant success during the ’70s, with the majority of their albums heading gold. Their top was included with the million-selling record Carolina Dreams and its own Top 15 one “Noticed It within a Appreciate Tune” in 1977. The music group was slowed up with the loss of life of Tommy Caldwell in a vehicle accident in 1980 and faded in the record graphs after 1982. Gadget Caldwell left for the solo career immediately after, and the initial lineup disbanded in 1983. Afterwards that same season, Doug Grey and Jerry Eubanks employed some Nashville studio room musicians and had taken the band back again out onto the street; a little more than a season later, the next wave from the Marshall Tucker Band started, as Grey and Eubanks came back house to Spartanburg, SC, and employed guitarist Rusty Milner, bassist Tim Lawter, drummer Ace Allen, and guitarist Stuart Swanlund. Through the years because the first music group dissolved, the group has already established country chart strikes, toured constantly, produced forays in to the blues and adult modern, and suffered the increased loss of founding member Gadget Caldwell, who passed away in 1993. Some bandmembers still left, some joined, plus some remained right where these were, but through everything, the Marshall Tucker Music group endured. The music group continuing to record progressively, maintained a devoted fan base, and finally begun to receive their credited as Southern rock and roll pioneers. The 1998 Marshall Tucker Band contains Grey, Milner, Lawter, Swanlund, David Muse (previously of Firefall, on sax, flute, and tips), and drummer B.B. Borden (previously of Mother’s Finest). The music group took many stylistic detours with 1998’s all-blues outing Encounter Down within the Blues as well as the 1999 religious record Gospel. An intensive reissue advertising campaign was inaugurated in 2003, and the brand new studio room record Beyond the Horizon made an appearance one year afterwards. In 2006, the group released a live 1980 concert, Go on Long Isle, and another brand-new studio project, ANOTHER Adventure, made an appearance in 2007.
|1||Band member Tommy Caldwell died in a car accident at 30 years of age on April 28, 1980. Toy Caldwell died in his sleep at age 45 on Feb. 25, 1993. George McCorkle died of cancer on June 29, 2007, at age 60.|
|2||Members have included Tommy Caldwell, Doug Gray, Pat Ellwood, Rick Willis, B.B. Borden, Marcus James Henderson, Toy Caldwell, Jerry Eubanks, Paul Riddle, George McCorkle, Franklin Wilkie, Ronnie Godfrey, Rusty Milner, Tom Robb, Ace Allen, Tim Lawter, Don Cameron, Frank Toler, Mark Pettey, Ronald Radford, Paul Thompson, Garry Guzzardo, David Muse, Chris Hicks, Clay Cook, Tony Heatherly, Stuart Swanlund.|
|Les cowboys||2015||performer: "Hillbilly Band"|
|The Good Guys||2010||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Angel Camouflaged||2010||performer: "Fire On The Mountain", "It's Tricky"|
|The Company Men||2010||performer: "Can't You See"|
|Men of a Certain Age||2009||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Fringe||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2009|
|The Box||2009/I||performer: "Can't You See"|
|One Tree Hill||2009||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Breaking Bad||2009||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Crank: High Voltage||2009||performer: "Heard It in a Love Song"|
|Taking Chance||2009||TV Movie performer: "Take The Highway", "In My Own Way"|
|You Don't Mess with the Zohan||2008||performer: "Hillbilly Band"|
|Swing Vote||2008||performer: "Can't You See", "Take the Highway"|
|Stop-Loss||2008||performer: "Can't You See" - as Marshall Tucker Band|
|Beer League||2006||performer: "Can't You See"|
|Half Nelson||2006||performer: "Can't You See"|
|My Name Is Earl||2005||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Cold Case||2005||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie||2004||Video performer: "Fire on the Mountian" - as Marshall Tucker Band|
|The Laramie Project||2002||TV Movie performer: "Can't You See"|
|Blow||2001||performer: "Can't You See" - as Marshall Tucker Band|
|Scotland, Pa.||2001||performer: "Can't You See"|
|Perfect Witness||1989||TV Movie performer: "Take the Highway"|
|Stroker Ace||1983||performer: "Southern Lovin'", "Victim Of Life's Circumstances"|
|The Pursuit of D.B. Cooper||1981||performer: "Silk Dresses"|
|Rock Concert||1973||TV Series||Themselves|
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