Marshall Tucker Band Goes ‘Juke Jammin’

Marshall Tucker Band
Southern Reel
– Marshall Tucker Band
Southern Ground Music & Food Festival, MUSC Health Stadium in Charleston, S.C.

There will be “fire on the mountain” for sure when The Marshall Tucker Band takes its southern rock legacy on the road for the “Juke Jammin” tour, beginning in January.

There’s a lot of history in The Marshall Tucker Band.  With albums like its eponymous 1973 debut as well as A New Life, Where We Belong, Searchin’ For A Rainbow and Long Hard Ride and singles like “Can’t You See,” “Fire On The Mountain” and “Heard It In A Love Song,” the band grew into a 3x platinum act loved around the world.

“As we continue our journey down the road, I just look back and marvel,” Marshall Tucker Band founding member Doug Gray said.  “It doesn’t seem like so long ago that we were just a bunch of kids playing music to make beer money for the weekend.  We’re looking forward to seeing our friends, old and new, on next year’s ‘Juke Jammin’ tour.  As always, get ready to party!”

Of headline shows reported to Pollstar’s massive concert box office database in 2017, Marshall Tucker Band enjoyed capacity sales at venues such as the Englewood Event Center in Englewood, Colo., and the Capitol Theatre in Clearwater, Fla.  MTB hit the 75 percent mark at the 1,200-cap Midland Theatre in Newark, Ohio, and 96 percent at the

The “Juke Jammin” tour begins Jan. 20 when the Marshall Tucker Band sails out of Tampa on the “Southern Rock Cruise.”  Awaiting the band when it returns to shore are bookings at places like The Ritz in Raleigh, N.C., Charlotte’s Fillmore, and Manchester Music Hall in Lexington, Ky, as well as appearances on the “Southern Uprising Tour” with Charlie Daniels Band and Travis Tritt.

Expect more dates to be announced.  Check out the band’s schedule on the other side of this link and click here and here to revisit the times Doug Gray chatted with Pollstar.