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article imageMarshall Tucker Band raises over $100,000 for Christmas 4 Kids‏

By Markos Papadatos     Nov 25, 2015 in Music
Acclaimed southern rock group Marshall Tucker Band have raised over $100,000 for Christmas 4 Kids benefit concert in Nashville.
It was held at Nashville's historic Ryman Auditorium, and it was one of the most successful shows in the organization's 25-year history.
This year's line-up consisted of country groups Restless Heart and Shenandoah, as well as Craig Wayne Boyd (who won NBC's The Voice), and it was headlined by The Marshall Tucker Band.
Most impressive about this event is that it featured several surprise appearances, including Country Music Hall of Famer William Lee Golden from the Grammy-winning group The Oak Ridge Boys, who joined Restless Heart on the song "Thank God For Kids." In addition, multi-Grammy winner Ricky Skaggs was a part of the concert, which was hosted by 650 AM WSM's Bill Cody and television personality Kelly Sutton.
The concert concluded with The Marshall Tucker Band performing their signature song and career hit "Can't You See."
Doug Gray, the lead singer of the iconic Marshall Tucker Band, noted that it was indeed a "special night," via a press statement. "It was really overwhelming, being on-stage with so many incredible musicians and all for a great cause," he exclaimed.
Digital Journal's interview with Marshall Tucker Band front-man Doug Gray may be seen by clicking here.
To learn more about Christmas 4 Kids, check out its official website.
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