Marshall Tucker Band plots 2019 US trek, the Through Hell & High Water…and Back Tour

Courtesy of Absolute PublicityVeteran Southern rockers The Marshall Tucker Band have lined up a 2019 U.S. trek dubbed Through Hell & High Water…and Back Tour.  It gets underway January 4 in Clearwater, Florida, and is plotted out all the way through a June 29 show in Webster, Massachusetts.

The Marshall Tucker Band also are among the artists who will take part in the 2019 Southern Rock Cruise, which sets sails from Tampa, Florida, on January 6 and visits Cozumel and Progreso, Mexico, before returning to port on the 12th.

“When we started the band in the early ’70s, we did it for beer money on the weekends,” recalls lead singer Doug Gray. “Never in a million years would I have believed that we’d still be out here jammin’ for as long as we have. What a journey…onward we ride!”

Before launching the new tour, The Marshall Tucker Band still has four more concerts on its 2018 schedule. Here are all of the group’s upcoming dates:

12/14 — Keene, NH, The Colonial Theatre
12/15 — Uncasville, CT, Mohegan Sun Wolf Den
12/28 — St. Charles, IL, Arcada Theatre
12/29 — Morton, MN, Jackpot Junction Casino Hotel
1/4/19 — Clearwater, FL, Capitol Theatre
1/5 — Fort Lauderdale, FL, Parker Playhouse
1/6-12 — Embarks from Tampa, FL, The Southern Rock Cruise
2/22 — Walhalla, SC, Walhalla Performing Arts Center
2/23 — Walhalla, SC, Walhalla Performing Arts Center
3/1 — Las Vegas, NV, Golden Nugget
3/2 — Scottsdale, AZ, Talking Stick Resort (The Showroom)
3/3 — Solana Beach, CA, Belly Up
3/7 — Agoura Hills, CA, The Canyon
3/9 — Santa Clarita, CA, The Canyon
3/14 — Riverhead, NY, The Suffolk Theatre
3/15 — Verona, NY, Turning Stone Resort Casino
3/16 — Norwalk, CT, Wall Street Theater
3/23 — Bristow, OK, The Freeland Center
3/28 — Charleston, SC, Charleston Music Hall
3/29 — Myrtle Beach, SC, House of Blues
3/30 — Charlotte, NC, The Fillmore
4/3 — The Villages, FL, Savannah Center
4/6 — Mobile, AL, Saenger Theatre
4/12 — Charleston, WV, Charleston Civic Center Coliseum
4/13 — Pikeville, KY, East Kentucky Expo Center
4/27 — Cherokee, NC, Harrah’s Cherokee Casino
5/3 — Durham, NC, Carolina Theatre of Durham
5/4 — Glenside, PA, Keswick Theatre
5/11 — Sioux City, IA, Anthem at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino
5/31 — Eldon, MO, Shawnee Bluff Winery and Vineyard
6/1 — La Cygne, KS, Wildwood Outdoor Education Center
6/7 — Macon, GA, Macon Centreplex Coliseum
6/29 — Webster, MA, Indian Ranch

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