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Alabama Shakes Tickets
Alabama Shakes TicketsIf you want to be inspired by a band's rise to fame, take a look at Alabama Shakes. The blues-rock outfit from Athens, Alabama, put in years of work and were able to become a worldwide sensation based on just how meaningful their music is and how much they connect to their audience. Going to an Alabama Shakes concert shows just how special they really are.
Great ShakesAlabama Shakes is a four-piece consisting of lead singer and rhythm guitarist Brittany Howard, bassist Zac Cockrell, lead guitarist Heath Fogg and drummer Steve Johnson. The members met through school and socializing. Originally known as "The Shakes," it began playing around the south, with many covers of classic artists such as James Brown and AC/DC. The members worked various day jobs in order to fund the recording of their debut album. Serious online attention started to come for the band with the promotion of the song "You Ain't Alone." This led to them getting in touch with the band Drive By Truckers, who it ended up touring as openers for. Its self-titled EP also got it plenty of good notice. In 2012, it released its debut album, Boys & Girls. This album was greeted with widespread acclaim, especially for the single and opening track "Hold On." The band raised its profile further with a stint as an opening act for Jack White. It also received several Grammy nominations. The success of Boys & Girls was no fluke as Alabama Shakes second album, Sound & Color, was another roaring success. This album dove into different genres and showed that Alabama Shakes is as daring as they are talented. It debuted at No. 1 on the US Billboard Top 200 albums chart and received three Grammys. Another Grammy came in 2018 for "Best American Roots Performance" for its rendition of "Killer Diller Blues" for the documentary The American Epic Sessions. The band has also appeared on television programs such as The Late Show with David Letterman as well as Saturday Night Live. It has also performed at the White House.
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Where can I see Alabama Shakes?Alabama Shakes doesn't have any upcoming concert dates. Its most recent tour concluded in August 2017.
What can I expect from Alabama Shakes?Alabama Shakes has become so adored in the music community due in no small part to its live shows. Its music is made for hearing live as Brittany Howard and the rest of the band put everything into giving a powerhouse performance. From the moment it takes the stage, Alabama Shakes has your attention. The chemistry between the performers shows that they've really put the work into this project. If you're seeing Alabama Shakes at an indoor venue or at an outdoor festival, you can count on it being a great show. Alabama Shakes has a sound that's positively larger-than-life, and when it performs live, you can see that the band was absolutely meant for stages and crowds that are as big as possible.
How long is an Alabama Shakes concert?Alabama Shakes concerts tend to run between 55 and 80 minutes.
What is Alabama Shakes live setlist like?Recent Alabama Shakes concerts have largely consisted of songs from Sound & Color as well as a good amount from its first album. The most-played songs at Alabama Shakes concerts include "You Ain't Alone," "Rise to the Sun," "Hang Loose," "Always Alright" and "Be Mine."
Who has Alabama Shakes toured with?Alabama Shakes has toured with artists such as Emily King, Corinne Bailey Rae, Kurt Vile and Dawes.
Does Alabama Shakes perform covers live?Alabama Shakes has covered many artists live. These include Billy Joe Shaver ("Warrior Man"), Bruce Springsteen ("Adam Raised a Cain"), Led Zeppelin ("How Many More Times") and The Isley Brothers ("Footsteps in the Dark").
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