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  1. Jerry Eubanks (born March 9, 1950) is an American musician best known as the original saxophonist, keyboardist and flautist for The Marshall Tucker Band. His flute and sax solos were a signature of the band. Eubanks left the Marshall Tucker Band in 1996, outlasting most of the surviving original members.

  2. In 1966 members of several such bands merged to form the Toy Factory, named after guitarist Toy Caldwell. The Toy Factory's constantly shifting line-up included, at various times, Caldwell, his younger brother Tommy, Doug Gray, Jerry Eubanks, George McCorkle and Franklin Wilkie.

  3. 1 de jun. de 2005 · Jerry Eubanks, former flautist and saxophonist of the Marshall Tucker Band, left the road in 1996 and returned to Spartanburg. He now runs Flatwoods Soaps with his girlfriend, Cathy Moore, and enjoys playing music occasionally.

  4. Marshall Tucker Band.. Jerry Eubanks at his bestJerry EubanksToy CaldwellTommy CaldwellDoug GrayGeorge McCorkelPaul Riddle

  5. 24 de abr. de 2023 · Listen to the late Jerry Eubanks, former sax and flute player of the Marshall Tucker Band, talk about their 50th anniversary, their songs, and their bandmates in this classic rock interview. Redbeard also shares a poem by Charlie Daniels in tribute to Tommy Caldwell, another MTB member who passed away.

  6. Learn about the history, music, and legacy of the Southern rock band that influenced many artists. Jerry Eubanks is the flautist and saxophonist of the band since 1972.

  7. 23 de ago. de 2022 · Caldwell’s first arrangement of it was fairly primitive, and after the band decided that what it really required was a flute intro they turned to their gifted multi-instrumentalist Jerry Eubanks. The flute isn’t used much in southern rock, but Eubanks’s swooping, summery solo, evocative of a summer skylark, became a signature ...