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The Marshall Tucker Band wows The Paramount in Long Island

Southern rock group The Marshall Tucker Band
Southern rock group The Marshall Tucker Band
Clay Terrell

Marshall Tucker Band concert

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On March 21, The Marshall Tucker Band played a concert at The Paramount in Huntington, Long Island. Their show consisted of such classic hits as "This Ol' Cowboy," "Fire On The Mountain," "Dog Eat Dog World," "Take The Highway" and "24 Hours At A Time."

The legendary southern rock group Marshall Tucker Band is made up of front-man Doug Gray on lead vocals and tambourine, Marcus Henderson on flute, saxophone, keyboards and vocals, Chris Hicks on guitar and vocals, Pat Elwood on bass and backing vocals, Rick Willis on guitar and vocals, as well as B.B. Borden on drums, who celebrated his 60th birthday at this show.

They also enjoy keeping their set-list fresh, which is why they treated the Long Island audience to a piano-driven rendition of "Asking Too Much of You."

Band member Chris Hicks sang lead on "Midnight Promises" and lead singer Doug Gray included their smash hit "Heard It In A Love Song" as a crowd sing-along, which was well-received. "Can't You See" was stellar and superb as always, proving that they are still one of the hardest-working bands out there. Their concert was excellent and all band members showcased a great deal of talent. It garnered an A.

For more information on The Marshall Tucker Band, be sure to visit their official website.