Alabama 2014 Tour Schedule
Since the late 1970s, Alabama has been making waves in country music. With their smooth
country-rock sound and bluegrass influence, Alabama quickly became one of the biggest names in country, and they remain so
even to this day. This iconic country rock band's successful history speaks for itself, with 27 number one hits in the 1980s
alone and over 75 million albums sold around the world. Alabama has become the iconic country band, and music critics everywhere
agree that no other band will ever be able to do for country music what Alabama did—bring such monumental attention
and excitement to the country music scene.
With stacks of awards and best-selling tracks under their belt, Alabama certainly
doesn't need to prove their talent to anybody, but you can still witness this phenomenal band perform live at one of their
upcoming shows. This summer, Alabama is hitting the road yet again to bring their classic country rock tunes to a stage near
you! Starting in July, Alabama is scheduled to perform at venues in cities like Philadelphia, Lincoln, Cincinnati, West Valley
City, Jackson, Kansas City, Albuquerque, Morrison, and more! Whether you have been a fan of Alabama since the 1970s or have
just recently discovered their massive hit songs like "Feels So Right" and "You're Gonna Play in Texas", this is one country
group you definitely can't miss seeing live in concert!
Fortunately for all of the Alabama fans out there, StubHub is
your one-stop shop for tickets to the hottest concerts of the year, including the several Alabama concerts this summer! So
get ready to rock out to some of the best country tunes in history and grab your Alabama tickets on StubHub today!
The current Alabama lineup consists of Teddy Gentry, Randy Owen, and Jeff Cook. Gentry and
Owen are cousins that grew up together in Fort Payne, Alabama, and started to develop a love of country music together. They
both learned how to play instruments and started singing in the church throughout childhood, and when they were in their late
teens, they decided they needed to seriously start pursuing music as a career.
So Teddy and Randy showed up on the front
porch of one of their other cousins, Jeff Cook, and announced that they wanted to start playing music together. Playing shows
under the name "Young Country", the group won a high school music contest, which helped them recognize their potential as
a group. The trio took a brief break from music, however, in order to attend college. In 1972, the group reunited under the
name "Wildcountry" and decided to pursue music full-time. The group moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina where they had a
summer gig as the house band at a local bar, and it was here that they were able to hone their performing skills and test
out their material for fans.
The band gained enough momentum and recognition that they were soon opening for acts like
The Doobie Brothers, and they changed their name to The Alabama Band. They eventually signed to MDJ records and started cranking
out some major hits. In the 1980s, Alabama released one album each year, and they became one of the biggest powerhouse bands
of the decade, with a whopping 27 number one hits in this ten-year span.
There's no denying the fact that Alabama has
had a phenomenally prolific and successful career, and now you have the chance to see them put on another knockout show at
one of their upcoming concerts! Grab your tickets on StubHub before they are all sold out!
has an incredibly impressive repertoire of hit country tunes, with 41 songs that have reached the tops of music charts over
the years. Some of the band's biggest hits include "Tennessee River", "You've Got the Touch", "Southern Star", "Reckless",
"Dixieland Delight", and "Old Flame". They have also earned numerous awards and accolades, including Grammy Awards, American
Music Awards, Academy of Country Music Awards, Country Music Association Awards, BMI Awards, and more.
has been inducted into both the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
it comes to country music, there are few bands that have been more groundbreaking and revolutionary than Alabama, the band
that changed the course of country music forever. With so many hit singles and chart-topping albums under their belts, the
members of Alabama have undoubtedly become one of the most successful bands not just in country music, but in mainstream music
in general. Music lovers have been rocking out to Alabama's classic southern rock tunes for decades, and now you have the
chance to do the same as they perform live in concert at a venue near you! Head to StubHub today to grab your tickets to an
upcoming Alabama show before they all sell out!