The Marshall Tucker Band Will Perform at IGC Show
The Marshall Tucker Band’s popular hit songs, “Heard It In A Love Song,” “Fire On The Mountain,” “Can’t You See,” “Take The Highway” and others, continue to win new fans in steady rotation on rock and country stations across America — and they’ll perform them live in person Tuesday, Aug. 14, at the IGC Show’s Opening Night Party & Concert, free to both attendees and exhibitors and open to all ages. The networking party starts at 6 p.m. with complimentary finger foods in Navy Pier’s Aon Grand Ballroom, and The Marshall Tucker Band takes the stage at 6:45 p.m.
The Marshall Tucker Band’s career encompasses a staggering 20-plus studio albums, four live albums and numerous compilations. The band earned seven gold and three platinum albums, and their music is featured on the soundtracks of a long list of movies, including “Smokey and the Bandit,” “Blow,” “Shipwrecked,” “Crank 2,” “Swing Vote,” as well as in many TV shows. In 1973, after landing a deal with Capricorn Records, they opened shows for The Allman Brothers, and in the following year, with the success of their debut album, “The Marshall Tucker Band,” they began headlining shows of their own nationwide.
Now, a new generation of fans is learning what fans of The Marshall Tucker Band have known for so long: that good music knows no boundaries. Today, the band records on its own Ramblin’ Records Label (distributed by Sony/RED) and continues to release new and previously unreleased material for fans worldwide.
IGC Show’s trade show, three morning keynotes and Tuesday’s all-ages party and concert with The Marshall Tucker Band are free, August 14-16 at Chicago’s Navy Pier — if you register now at IGCShow.com/Register.