The Marshall Tucker Band brought southern rock to the riverfront stage in Nashville at the Music City BBQ Fest (8/26).
Bo Bice and Katie Armiger made surprise appearances to join their heroes onstage contributing to “Fire On The Mountain,” and “Can’t You See,” respectively.
“Performing on-stage with the Marshall Tucker Band was like a dream come true,” notes Armiger. “My dad played their music all throughout my childhood. They’re like Rock and Roll royalty!”
This year The Marshall Tucker Band celebrated its 40th anniversary with the releases of a Greatest Hits CD, and lead singer Doug Gray’s lost solo recordings, Soul Of The South. The band recently returned from entertaining United States military personnel on a five-concert tour of Iraq and Kuwait.
Stealing Angels just returned from a 10-day trip throughout Iraq and Kuwait to entertain U.S. troops as part of the United States Forces Iraq J-1 Entertainment Office “Homecoming Tour.”
Sarah Darling performed (8/27) for NASCAR fans on the GAC stage at Bristol Motor Speedway in Bristol, TN. While at Bristol, Darling caught up with GAC’s Nan Kelley to tape GAC Top 20 Country Countdown, expected to air beginning Friday (9/2). Also appearing in the countdown this week is Carl Edwards, driver of the No. 99 Aflac Ford and the No. 60 Fastenal Mustang.
Sarah Darling’s music video “Something To Do With Your Hands,” from her CD Angels & Devils, reached No. 2 on GAC’s Top 20 Countdown and No. 1 on CMT.com. Darling has joined forces with producer Dann Huff for her upcoming album.
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