Origins of the Marshall Tucker Band

One of the Marshall Tucker Band’s first of many big hits, “Can’t You See,” penned by original member Toy Caldwell, helped launch the band from it’s Spartanburg, S.C., home base to the national charts. Over the decades, and with hits like “Heard It in a Love Song” and “Take the Highway,” the band has earned southern rock superstar status. Lead … read more

Crystal Bowersox forges her own path

Crystal Bowersox, who came to prominence as the runner-up in the ninth American Idol season in 2010, will bring her rock-folk music blend to the Fairfield Theatre Company on March 13. Bowersox was born in Ohio, now lives in Nashville with her 10-year-old son, and overcame much adversity to pursue her career, including a challenging childhood, a diagnosis of Type … read more

Linda Eder’s love of music

With 17 albums to her credit, vocalist Linda Eder has built up a huge following during her 30-plus year career, and she owes it all to Ed McMahon and “The Theme From Ice Castles.” Eder was discovered on the TV show “Star Search” back in 1987, and won for an unprecedented 12 consecutive weeks, singing weekly for millions of viewers. … read more

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