Alabama Concert Schedule
This famed country rock outfit is responsible for some of the biggest hits in country
music over the past few decades, such as "Mountain Music", "Feels So Right", and "Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)". Since emerging
onto the music scene in the '70s, Alabama has consistently remained one of the most popular bands in all of music, and they
are widely regarded as one of the pioneers of country rock. Prior to Alabama's explosive entry onto the music scene, bands
were mainly relegated to the background in country music, but Alabama made sure to change all of that. Alabama became a trailblazing
force in country music, and this beloved country band paved the way for countless other popular bands in the genre.
one of the best-selling bands of all time, it's safe to say that Alabama knows how to pack a venue with excited fans. Every
one of their shows is full of their devoted fans, many of which travel far and wide to see this iconic country band rock out
on stage. This southern rock outfit has been one of the dominating forces in music since the '70s, and now you have the phenomenal
opportunity to see them perform live at one of their upcoming shows!
This November, Alabama has a handful of shows lined
up that are already making country music fans itch with anticipation. On November 12th, Alabama will be stepping out on stage
in Atlanta for a Lynyrd Skynyrd tribute show, which also features all-star performers like Trace Adkins and Greg Allman, and
the show is sure to be the talk of the town. Alabama also has headlining shows scheduled in Dodge City, Las Cruces, and Lubbock,
and fans are already counting down the days until this knockout country rock group performs at a venue near them. You could
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Alabama was formed in 1969 by three cousins: Randy Owen, Jeff Cook, and Teddy
Gentry. Born and raised in Fort Payne, Alabama, these three cousins were surrounded by country music throughout their childhood,
and naturally these three talented artists started learning how to play various instruments. Although all three had different
experiences in music before uniting, once they came together as a trio, they were unstoppable. Alabama's first show was at
the cousins' high school talent show, which they won easily and also earned tickets to the Grand Ole Opry. Even though they
received high praise early on in the band's career, the cousins didn't consider it a full-time gig until 1972 due to other
commitments the various members had, such as college and other full-time jobs.
After a few years of struggling as a
band, the group relocated to Myrtle Beach in 1973, where they played at a local club six nights a week. Once here, the band
decided to take their fate into their own hands and record their own songs, so they took out a bank loan, recorded some songs,
and sent out demo tapes to major executives and record labels. This method worked, and with a record deal under their belts,
Alabama quickly emerged as a huge success in country music. By the 1980s, Alabama was a force to be reckoned with in the music
world, scoring numerous charting hits and collecting countless awards, accolades, and recognition. Alabama's records began
going platinum and their singles soared to the tops of music charts, and country lovers all over the world couldn't get enough
of this talented and very cool southern rock group. Few country bands have had as much mainstream success as Alabama has,
as they were able to score one chart-topping hit after another in their heyday, and they have toured along artists like Jason
Aldean, Luke Bryan, Sheryl Crow, Reba, Brad Paisley, and many more.
When it comes to country bands, there are few that
surpass Alabama in terms of legacy and influence. This country band has paved the way for countless other acts to follow in
their footsteps, and to this day they are still one of the most popular country acts around. Although Alabama has gone on
a few hiatuses over the past several decades, they are now reunited and back for another round of unforgettable shows. Don't
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Over the course of their incredibly prolific career, Alabama amassed a whopping 41
number one singles, including iconic country hits like "Tennessee River", ""Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)", "Touch Me When We're
Dancing", "Song of the South", "Down Home", "Reckless", "Old Alabama", and "Take Me Down". In addition to scoring numerous
gold, platinum, and multi-platinum albums, Alabama also accrued an extensive collection of awards. With two Grammy Awards
and countless CMA Awards, AMA Awards, and Academy of Country Music Awards to their name, there's no doubt that Alabama is
one of the most awarded bands in country music. They have also been inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Vocal
Group Hall of Fame.
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Alabama has inspired countless country bands over the years,
including Diamond Rio, Lonestar, Restless Heart, and Ricochet.
Whether you have loved Alabama's
catchy country tunes since the '70s or have recently discovered their expansive repertoire of smash hits, you definitely shouldn't
miss out on seeing them in concert. This iconic country band has been a pioneering force in country music, and now you have
the chance to see them live in concert. Make sure you grab your Alabama tickets on StubHub before they are all sold out!