The Warner Theater hosts the Marshall Tucker Band on February 23


TORRINGTON – The Marshall Tucker Band will include a stop at the Warner Theater on February 23 during the 50th Anniversary Tour. Famous “Traffic” member Dave Mason will open the show.

According to a statement, “The Marshall Tucker Band continues to have a profound impact on successive generations of listeners who have been” looking “for” a rainbow “and found it to be perfectly represented by this institution. of the South tested over the decades. “

“I have been listening to what music can make you feel, from my first time in the cradle,” said singer and conductor Doug Gray, who has led ATV from the very beginning.

The Marshall Tucker Band met in Spartanburg, South Carolina in 1972, named after a blind piano tuner after finding it inscribed on a key to their original rehearsal space. The group’s catalog, made up of more than 20 studio albums and around 20 live releases, has racked up multi-platinum album sales several times. Their roster may include “Heard It in a Love Song,” “Can’t You See,” the signature song of the late MTB co-founder guitarist and then-lead songwriter Toy Caldwell, “Fire on the Mountain. “,” Long Hard Ride “and” Ramblin “.

Doug Gray has said he sees no end for the Marshall Tucker Band, whose legacy is carried on by the man himself and his current comrades, drummer BB Borden (Mother’s Finest, The Outlaws), bassist / singer Ryan Ware, keyboardist / saxophonist / flutist / vocalist Marcus James Henderson, guitarist / vocalist Chris Hicks and guitarist / vocalist Rick Willis.

Dave Mason left Traffic in 1969 to pursue a solo career in the United States. “, Which contained the top ten singles” We Just Disagree “.

In addition to producing hits, Mason has performed on or contributed to a number of famous albums, including the Rolling Stones ‘Beggars Banquet, George Harrison’s All Things Must Pass, Paul McCartney and Wings’ Venus and Mars, and Jimi’s Electric. Hendrix Ladyland. Mason is featured playing acoustic guitar in “All Along the Watchtower” on Electric Ladyland, a favorite of his live broadcasts, according to a statement.

For more information on The Marshall Tucker Band, visit or on Facebook. To purchase tickets, visit or call the box office at 860-489-7180.


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