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article imageThe Marshall Tucker Band's label signs deal with RED Distribution

By Markos Papadatos     Aug 4, 2014 in Music
The Marshall Tucker Band's label, Ramblin' Records, has signed a multi-year deal with RED Distribution, which is affiliated with Sony Music Entertainment.
Their label, Ramblin' Records, has already released its entire back catalog through RED and this fall will release Live From Englishtown, the band's live set from their 1977 outdoor concert, which drew over 150,000 fans.
Marshall Tucker Band's founding member and lead vocalist Doug Gray remarked in a press release, "The 1977 Englishtown concert was one of the largest shows in the history of The Marshall Tucker Band. This is a monumental album release for us so we're overjoyed that we'll be releasing it though the very capable hands of RED Distribution."
Their manager and label president, Ron Rainey, is thrilled with this multi-year deal. "It's the ideal company for our label now that we are completely independent. RED will play an important role as we continue to grow and release new music. In addition, we'll be uncovering many unreleased live recordings from the band's vault," he said in a press statement.
Most recently, on July 13, they played an excellent show at Empire City Casino's Yonkers Raceway in New York, as Digital Journal reported, where they played with the musical duo, The Bacon Brothers, comprised of actor Kevin Bacon and his brother, Michael.
Earlier last month, they made Digital Journal's list of "5 most overdue acts" for Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction.
To learn more about southern rock group The Marshall Tucker Band and their upcoming projects, visit their official website.
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