Born on this day in 1948, Doug Gray, the American singer best known as the lead vocalist, and a founding member of The Marshall Tucker Band, turns 71. Gray sang lead on most of the band's songs, however he did not sing lead on the band's hit "Can't You See," which featured founder and guitarist Toy Caldwell as the singer. In addition to singing, Gray also sometimes plays tambourine and in the band's early days he played keyboards. In his honor, check out Doug explaining the story behind "Heard It In A Love Song" as well as a few classic performances, below.
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