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Henry Paul's Marshall Tucker Band Memories: GRITZ Guest Blog

Posted: May 30, 2008

We are very pleased to bring you the latest in our continuing series of Guest Blogs, this one written by The Outlaws own Henry Paul. Henry recalls his early love of The Marshall Tucker Band and the men behind the group. Check out Henry's blog and let us know what you think. We wish to thank Henry for his contribution.

Be sure to check out our past guest blogs if you missed them. One from Charlie Daniels and one from Dick Cooper.

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michaelbuffalo says...

Copperhead, drop me a private email. michaelbuffalo@swampland.com .... Thanks buddy.

sarasmile says...

Great memories Henry. Thank you.

copperhead says...

I saw Tucker play while we were playing on a club circit. We had a few days off and there was an outdoor festavial. I am thinking Love Valley and it seems that Grinderswitch open. May be wrong to much Jack Daniels back then. I remember just being blown away. We did a power Trio that was into a Cream type blues jam thing. I didn't want to touch my drums for a long time after that. Truly a GREAT band. If the orginal were around today the music would fit right in. After so many year the music is not dated.

thunderfoot says...

Excellent MTB article from Henry. Brings back memories of a time when all the southern rockers were really a brotherhood. Thank you.

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