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Toy T. Caldwell, Jr
Birth: Nov. 13, 1947
Death: Feb. 25, 1993

Musician. Born in Spartanburg, South Carolina, he was a guitar player and founding member of the Southern rock group the "Marshall Tucker Band". In 1973, together with his brother bass guitar player Tommy Caldwell, they formed the band which was signed to Capricorn Records. The group produced multiple gold records, most songs wrote by Toy, with hits to include "Fire on the Mountain", "Can't You See", "Heard It In a Love Song", "Take the Highway" and performed in arenas around the world. He also served in the US Marine Corps during the Vietnam War and was injured in 1967. He died in his sleep at his home in Moore, South Carolina. (bio by: John "J-Cat" Griffith) 
 
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 Parents:
  Toy Talmadge Caldwell (1921 - 2006)
  Virginia Vaughn Caldwell (1928 - 1992)
 
 Siblings:
  Toy T. Caldwell (1947 - 1993)
  Tommy Caldwell (1949 - 1980)*
  Timothy Lee Caldwell (1955 - 1980)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Greenlawn Memorial Gardens
Spartanburg
Spartanburg County
South Carolina, USA
 
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Record added: Aug 29, 2000
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Toy T. Caldwell, Jr
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Toy T. Caldwell, Jr
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Toy T. Caldwell, Jr
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He came from a long line of Patriots. His mnay great grandfather John Caldwell from Ireland was a Revolutionary War Soldier. His other great grabd. T. Alford Caldwell fought for S.C. In The Confederacy. Rest in Peace.
- Dixie Home Georgia
 Added: Sep. 25, 2014

- Dixie Home Georgia
 Added: Sep. 19, 2014
Thank you for fighting so I could remain free..and also for all the great music!! From one Carolina boy to another..RIP!!!
- Ken Avin
 Added: Aug. 8, 2014
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