Heard it in a Love Song – The Marshall Tucker Band – 1976

Marshall Tucker Heard it in a Love Song 1977 CoverIf southern rock is where you’re at, then you’ll know all about The Marshall Tucker Band.  Their biggest hit, Heard it in a Love Song, peaked at #14 on the US singles chart back in 1977,

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  • The Marshall Tucker Band is one of the original American Southern rock/country rock bands.
  • Originating from Spartanburg, South Carolina, they formed in 1972 and are still going strong today – although only lead vocalist Doug Gray remains from the original line-up.
  • Signing with Capricorn Records in 1973, they released their first LP, The Marshall Tucker Band, that same year.
  • Marshall Tucker 2In 1980, bassist Tommy Caldwell was killed in an automobile accident.  He was replaced by Franklin Wilkie.

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  • Heard it in a Love Song was written by Toy Caldwell and appears on The Marshall Tucker Band’s sixth album, Carolina Dreams (1977).
  • Marshall tucker 3Heard it in a Love Song is the band’s highest charting single.  In March 1977, it peaked at #14 on the US singles chart.
  • In 2006, country singer, Mark Chesnutt, released his version of Heard it in a Love Song from his album of the same name.
  • Heard it in a Love Song lyrics.

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