|Hello and welcome to the Official TCB Band Fan Club!|
The TCB Band consists of four superb musicians who acquired their name through working for Elvis Presley. Elvis' motto was "TCB" - Taking Care of Business in a flash. These three letters were arranged around a lightening bolt, and the logo was used on everything from stationary to Elvis' private jet, the Lisa Marie. When Elvis returned to live performances in 1968, he had with him over the years a core of musicians who made up the rhythm section of the orchestra. James Burton, Jerry Scheff, Glen D Hardin and Ronnie Tutt later became known as The TCB Band. Click here to let to let Elvis introduce the band.
From Nashville Tennessee - '4000 Miles'
Ronnie Tutt pictured with Ben Wiltshire (bass) Dominic Halpin (vocals) Casey Wood (Nashville engineer) Will Kimbrough (guitar). Click on image for more information and where to buy 4000 Miles.
Jerry Scheff in concert March 15th, 2014
Please click on image for more information on Jerry's forthcoming concert.
Having been TCB Band fans for more years than we care to remember, we thought it was about time that the band members had a fan club that recognised them for their outstanding musical ability and contribution to the world of entertainment rather than their association with individual artists. Our vision for the "virtual" Fan Club/website is therefore to showcase the band's collective and individual achievements and allow fans an insider's view into their fun but hectic domain.
We have attempted to put together a website that will be a "one-stop-shop" for all TCB Band fans, providing necessary information about concerts and appearances as well as an opportunity to meet like-minded people. We are constantly working to improve the site and membership privileges and would welcome your feedback and ideas.
What are the benefits of membership?
As the Fan Club/Website develops, we are sure we will be able to offer more exciting opportunities to members!
How do I join?
Just fill in the registration form on the right hand side of this page and follow the instructions.
Is there a membership fee?
Yes. The annual subscription/membership fee is £6 (approximately 9 Euros or $12 USD) which can be paid by Paypal/credit card online.
Why is there a membership fee?
The membership fee is soley to allow us to cover running costs for the Fan Club/website. Any additional funds that acrue will be utilised to purchase event tickets, DVDs etc for members only competition prizes and free prize draws etc.