The Marshall Tucker Band Signs With UTA – Exclusive

The Marshall Tucker Band
– The Marshall Tucker Band
With The Marshall Tucker Band’s 50th anniversary approaching, the Southern rock group is getting the celebration started early by signing with UTA for exclusive worldwide representation in all areas including concert bookings, literary deals, film and television. 
“There are no words to describe how excited we are that we will be working with United Talent Agency,” founding member Doug Gray says. “Individually and wholly, we feel as if this company is the organization to take us into our 50th year. Looking forward to seeing you all down the road!”
UTA’s Alec Vidmar, Greg Janese and Lance Roberts said a joint statement: “We are beyond excited to represent The Marshall Tucker Band. We look forward to working on expanding the group’s iconic legacy to the next generation through touring, content, and branding.”
The Marshall Tucker Band will continue to be managed by Charlie Brusco and Darren Hagen of Red Light Management.
The band was supposed to spend 2020 on the road with The Charlie Daniels Band for a joint tour called “Fire On The Mountain Tour” before COVID delayed their plans. 
After Daniels passed away in July Gray helped play tribute to his friend by taking part in “A Southern Rock Salute To Charlie Daniels,” Pollstar’s livestream roundtable that also included Wet Willie’s Jimmy Hall, Outlaw’s Henry Paul, Lynyrd Skynyrd’s Gary Rossington & Blackberry Smoke’s Charlie Starr.
The Marshall Tucker Band will take the stage in August at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena for “2021 Volunteer Jam: A Musical Salute to Charlie Daniels.” The star-studded lineup also includes Alabama, Ricky Skaggs, Trace Adkins, Larry, Steve & Rudy: The Gatlin Brothers, Cece Winans, Gretchen Wilson, Cowboy Troy and many more. 
MTB’s next show on the books is May 8 at Dosey Doe in The Woodlands, Texas. 
Box office reports submitted to Pollstar for MTB include a June 2019 show at The Paramount in Huntington, N.Y., that sold 1,277 tickets and grossed $46,302.