I saw a shot that made me think of Toy Caldwell, and I remembered that I had prepared this image for inclusion in one of Michael Buffalo Smith’s books, but I had never posted it here. So now I am. This was in October 1975 in San Diego. The Marshall Tucker Band opened for the […]
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I got this shot of Doug Gray, Toy Caldwell, and Tommy Caldwell in 1974 at the Bayfront Center in St. Petersburg, Fl. It was my first time seeing and meeting the Marshall Tucker Band, who were some of the nicest people I’ve ever met. The Outlaws opened the show that night, which explains how I […]
Here’s a never before published shot of the Marshall Tucker Band in 1975. The guys posed for me backstage at a concert in San Diego. L to R: Jerry Eubanks, Toy Caldwell, Tommy Caldwell, Paul Riddle, George McCorkle, and Doug Gray. They were smiling at Hughie Thomasson, who was standing to my left, making funny […]
Here’s one you don’t see every day. Two Southern rock icons – Toy Caldwell jamming with Dickey Betts. In October 1975 I rode along with the Outlaws for a week in California. They opened several shows for the Marshall Tucker Band and one stadium show for MTB and the Allman Brothers Band. This was from […]
I had to post a Marshall Tucker Band shot with Doug Gray in it before moving on. After all, he is the sole founding member still performing with the band. Here he is with Toy Caldwell in 1974. I’ve got other shots of Doug that I will include in the forthcoming MTB Gallery.
Who am I to argue with popularity? After getting 90 “likes” for the MTB picture I posted ten days ago, I thought I’d better post another one. Here’s George McCorkle and Tommy Caldwell from an October 1975 show at the Santa Monica Civic Center in Santa Monica, California. This was the last of five shows […]
I found enough old Marshall Tucker Band shots to put together a small gallery of images that have never been previously published. Here’s a sample of whats to come. I took this shot of the late Toy Caldwell and drummer Paul Riddle at the Fox Theatre in Atlanta on September 20, 1974. Fortunately, I did […]