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Alabama is a soft-rock/ bluegrass/ American country band from Fort Payne, Alabama. The lineup that the band held for most of its career consists of Mark Herndon, Jeff Cook, Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry.

Cousins Randy Owen (lead vocalist/ guitar), and Teddy Gentry (backing vocals/ bass) formed the band, and together they recruited their other cousin Jeff Cook (guitar/ fiddle/ keyboard) in 1969. In 1972 the band got a gig playing as the opening act for various other artists at Canyonland Theme Park, however it was not enough to make a living out of, so the three members pursued various other jobs, putting the band on the backburner.

In March 1973 the band decided to pursue music professionally and the trip moved to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and performed six nights a week at the Bowery. They also took out a loan in order to record and release their own album to sell at their shows, and to send out as demos to labels. In 1977 the band caught a break with GRT Records signing them, but when the label declared bankruptcy after releasing the one record in their contract, the band was also contractually forbidden to record with another label.

It wasn’t until 1979 when the band was able to self-record and release another album entitled “Alabama Band No. 3;” additionally, Mark Herndon stepped in as drummer to replace Rick Scott. They self-promoted their single “I Wanna Come Over” and eventually the band was able to grab the attention of Dallas based label, MDJ Records. Their second single “My House’s In Alabama” was extremely successful as well, reaching mainstream attention reaching the top 20. It also caught the attention of RCA records, with whom they signed a contract with in 1980.

While with RCA, Alabama had the luxury of creative freedom, and was able to tour extensively after the successful release of more singles. Their release of “Mountain Magic” in 1982 was found with HUGE success, going quadruple platinum with over 6 million copies sold, consequently launching the band into super stardom. By January 1986 the band had a number of hits, allowing RCA to release a Greatest Hits compilation.

Despite their albums still reaching gold and silver statuses, and selling millions of copies, the band’s popularity started to decline in the 1990s. Despite the decline, however, the band was still finding continued success with sales of their singles and shows. By May 2002 the band announced a farewell tour, collecting over $15 million in ticket sales alone.

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There are many bands who have tried to make music that embodies the sense of a place. Whether it be the West coast of California, central New York or London's east end it is quite a feat to create a sound that sonically represents your surrounding. Alabama were clearly confident in doing this after taking their namesake from their home state way back in 1969.

It is fair to say that the bluegrass rock that the band creates really does seem to embody the oozing melting pot that is the deep south. Having enjoyed commercial and critical success during their heyday, the band continues to tour relentlessly so as to satisfy the huge demand to see the veterans.

Fans old and new gather to enjoy classics such as 'Tennessee River' and 'Song Of The South' performed in the anthemic manner of which is accustomed with Alabama. A wonderful sense of nostalgia prevails throughout and the band performs with skill and determination onstage encouraged by the baying masses. By the final singalong of 'Mountain Music' it is obvious Alabama could hope for better musical representation.

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sean-ward’s profile image not Alabama Shakes, this is Alabama...just Alabama! But trust me ladies and gentlemen this classic band define Alabama so well. Formed in 1969 this American band are still rocking hard, who says grandads cant rock nowadays... It seems like you guys have been missing a bit of sing-a-long country music because these guys are bac touring again! They reel off some oldtime tunes which will get you into the Southern blues no problem! 'Song of the South' with its timeless guitar riff and sweet soothing vocals which anyone will sing to just 10 seconds of hearing it. Alabama rattle through their anthems with such ease, playing effortlessly it appears. Such feel good vibes from these country Gods, with material such as; 'Mountain Music' and lets not forget the heartbreaking 'American Pride'.

If you love American country music then you cant go wrong with Alabama! These oldies but goldies are worth witnessing live no doubt about it! I love blues music myself, but these guys are literaly swaying me to country music!

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Fantastic Venue...little smaller than the big arenas so great seats no matter what. The show was absolutely amazing - they still rock after all these years! Full house and fun crowd ...what a great night! I will definitely be going back to Sioux Falls for more concerts. Even if it’s a 10 hour drive for us it was a true adventure! Would love to see Alabama again and again...we danced the entire show and was not left disappointed. They played all my favourites and more!

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Enjoyable. The voice is weakening a bit. I think too much reacting with the crowd. I see it as filler so they can get their breath back. The song choice great and you can never doubt the strength of their legacy. If you are a true Alabama fan you loved it. If you are a music fan and not a loyalist it was just OK.

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I saw Alabama in 1986 in Sacramento. They were fantastic. I have a pair of Randy Owens red wrist bands. I won't say how I got them!! It was all on the up and up. Alabama is one of the greatest country rock bands ever. Randy you are soooo easy on the eyes!!

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Write your review of Alabama here.. The concert was outstanding. There is a reason Randy (great voice), Teddy (fantastic bassist), Jeff (talented musician) have lasted 40 years. ALABAMA is still a great band. No frills just great music. Thank you!!!

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We so enjoyed seeing Alabama, they went all the way to make sure we all enjoyed the show. We have listened to Alabama's music for many years, and really hated it when they retired. We hope in the near future they will book more shows.

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Outstanding show!!! Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry, and Jeff Cook still have it after 40 years. Their harmonies are still rock solid. They truly love their music and their fans. No wonder they are legends.

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Alabama was AWESOME!! They played all my favorites & moved around the stage interacting with the audience!! Perfect!! We even took our 11 year old to see them for her first concert!! Best night!!

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This was an awesome concert!! I have been a Alabama fan since I was a little girl and this was my first time at their concert. My son bought tickets for my Birthday! I loved the whole show!

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Alabama Extend 50th Anniversary Tour With Charlie Daniels, Exile

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Since 1969, pioneering country group Alabama have been delivering an influential brand of high-energy performances that have culminated in numerous Entertainer of the Year honors and membership in the Country Music Hall of Fame. Now, the trio of Randy Owen, Jeff Cook and Teddy Gentry have added nearly 30 additional stops on their current 50th Anniversary Tour, with shows just announced in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Bangor, Maine; Tallahassee, Florida; and Ottawa.

In addition to the Charlie Daniels Band, others appearing on the tour include the Marshall Tucker Band, John Anderson, Restless Heart, Exile, John Michael Montgomery, Scotty McCreery and Canadian artist Charlie Major. A date with the Beach Boys is also slated to be announced.

“We are very fortunate to have made many friends over the last 50 years,” bass player-vocalist Teddy Gentry said in a statement. “On this tour, we decided to ask some of them to come along and play with us. We have the best of the best. It’s a lot of fun to hang out and watch our special guests every night.”

Alabama launched their first Farewell Tour in 2002, which ran for two years, after which the members recorded solo projects, playing together again in 2005 to benefit Hurricane Katrina victims. Lead singer Randy Owen battled prostate cancer in 2010 and singer-guitarist Jeff Cook was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease in 2017. By that time, they had reunited, without drummer Mark Herndon, for two lengthy tours and the release of Southern Drawl, their first new album in 14 years.

Alabama’s 50th Anniversary Tour dates:

May 9 – Orange Beach, AL @ The Wharf Amphitheater (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) May 10 – Greenville, SC @ Bon Secours Wellness Arena (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) May 24 – Cherokee, NC @ Harrah’s Cherokee Event Center July 11 – Bossier City, LA @ CenturyLink Center (w/ Exile) July 12 – Rogers, AR @  Walmart AMP (w/ John Anderson) July 19 – Ottawa, Ontario @ The Arena at TD Place (w/ Charlie Major) July 20 – Oro-Medonte, Ontario @ Big Sky Music Festival July 26 – Columbus, GA @ Columbus Civic Center (w/ John Michael Montgomery) July 27 – Bristol, TN @ Thunder Valley Amphitheatre (w/ John Michael Montgomery) August 16 – Lewisburg, WV @ State Fair of West Virginia August 17 – Holmdel, NJ @ PNG Bank Arts Center (w/ Scotty McCreery) August 23 – Grand Rapids, MI @ Van Andel Arena (w/ Restless Heart) August 24 – North Lawrence, OH @ The Country Fest’s Neon Nights August 29 – Wilkes-Barre, PA @ Mohegan Sun Arena (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) August 31 – Gilford, NH @ Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) September 1 – Bangor, ME @ Darling’s Waterfront Pavilion (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) September 13 – Detroit, MI @ Fox Theatre (w/ Exile) September 27 – Savannah, GA @ Martin Luther King Jr. Arena September 28 – Estero, FL @ Hertz Arena October 3 – Columbia, SC @ Colonial Life Arena (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) October 4 – Birmingham, AL @ Legacy Arena at the BJCC (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) October 10 – Tallahassee, FL @ Donald L. Tucker Civic Center (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) October 11 – Charlotte, NC @ Spectrum Center (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) November 1 – Thackerville, OK @ WinStar World Casino & Resort November 8 – Madison, WI @ Veterans Memorial Coliseum at Alliant Energy Center (w/ Charlie Daniels Band) November 9 – Indianapolis, IN @ Bankers Life Fieldhouse (w/ Restless Heart) November 22 – Baltimore, MD @ Royal Farms Arena November 23 –Salisbury, MD Wicimico Civic Center (w/ Exile)

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Alabama’s Randy Owen on the Iconic Country Band’s 50th Anniversary Tour and Surviving the Pandemic

Alabama's Randy Owen talks about the band's 50th anniversary tour and returning to the road.

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When Alabama steps on stage tonight (July 2) to kick off a two-night stand at Bridgestone Arena, it will mark two historic moments — the launch of the iconic country band’s 50th anniversary tour, and the first full capacity concert at the Nashville venue since the pandemic started in March 2020.

In his only conversation about the tour, Alabama’s legendary lead vocalist/principal songwriter Randy Owen says the band’s concert being Bridgestone’s first full concert is news to him. “I didn’t know that,” he says via phone a few days before the show. “I live down here on Lookout Mountain [in Alabama] and what I’ve been doing this morning is planting sweet corn. I’ve got a garden. I raise vegetables.”

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His vegetable garden, wife Kelly and six grandchildren will have to share Owen with the rest of the country this year as Alabama’s long-delayed golden anniversary tour finally comes to fruition. Originally set for 2019, the tour was postponed when Owen, 71, began suffering from migraines and vertigo, and then last year it was a casualty of the COVID-19 shutdown.

The Country Music Hall of Fame members, who landed a staggering 33 No. 1s on Billboard’s Hot Country Songs chart, have 25 dates scheduled through February 2022 with more to come. Martina McBride will open the Nashville shows with other support for various dates including Sara Evans, Travis Tritt, America and Tracy Lawrence . The first leg closes with a co-headlining date with the Beach Boys in Wichita, Kansas.

One artist not joining the tour is guitarist/fiddler Jeff Cook, who founded the group with his cousins, Owen and bassist Teddy Gentry. Cook was diagnosed with Parkinson’s Disease in 2017. “Jeff is recently having more health issues from his Parkinson’s Disease that from time to time affect him and cause him not to be able to play guitar or sing,” Alabama’s longtime manager Tony Conway tells Billboard . “He would love to be on stage with his cousins and supports them 100% to carry on the Alabama legacy.”

Owen talked to Billboard about surviving the pandemic and 50 years in show business, and what fans can expect on the tour — and also previews upcoming projects, including one with Bob Marley’s family.

How is it going to feel being back on stage at Bridgestone Friday night?

It will be special like every show is special. I don’t know what’s going to happen. We kind of have a rough list of songs we’re going to do, but I may just call out something. I certainly don’t expect both shows to be alike.

How has your approach to performing changed over the years?

I take a little more time to elaborate on some of the songs, tell the folks how some of the songs came about and spend a little time just talking, not getting in a big hurry. I try to enjoy and savor every minute because you never know. I look at every show like I never expect to be back again. You’re not promised tomorrow. It’s a special time. I want the people to understand how much we appreciate them. I just love the looks on people’s faces, and I’m just thankful that they still remember the songs.

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Are there any songs that you get tired of performing?

I don’t get tired of none of them. I thank God for every single one. The ones that I wrote, they help take care of my family, and my goal is to take care of the grandkids now. That’s why I do shows. I’m just a very thankful guy. It’s been interesting over the years. It might help some other people along the way to know that it’s not all peaches and cream and it’s not all roses. There’s some real tough parts, but there’s great parts too. Before I started with you, I was reading my mail. I still get mail and I’m very thankful for that. I was reading about a lady who got COVID. She was a nurse and when she was giving care, she got COVID and came very close to dying. They want me to send a birthday greeting, which I’m happy to do.

How did you weather COVID?

Me and my wife just basically stayed isolated, and then some folks called my daughter and said they had shots. So me and Kelly went and got our first shot, and then 20 something days later we got our second shot. We came through. I’ve done some charity things lately and have been around a lot of people, so I’m hoping my vaccine is protecting me — but this living in a bubble, it’s been so stressful. I was doing pretty good with it, until one of my buddies over in Mississippi died. He was a model person and when he went down, I really started really being careful about where I went and what I did. But so far me and Kelly have been blessed not to get it.

Do you expect the audience to be different because of COVID?

The thing that makes the audiences so special now is that we, as a people, we’ve all come through the worst time that I’ve ever seen in my lifetime and we have lived through it. The people who made it through, we’ve lived through that time and we’re ready to be entertained and entertain. We’re all thankful that we’re all meeting together at a venue to have a party.

If you could go back in time, what advice would you give your younger self?

Don’t let the music business break you. It just broke me down several times.

How did you come back from those times?

A lot of self-preservation. I had one real severe fault and that is I give to a fault and that’s one thing that is a flaw in my personality. I don’t know if it’s good or bad, but it’s almost killed me a couple of times.

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How have you balanced touring and family over the years?

I made special effort. I missed out on a lot of shows. A lot of folks weren’t very pleased because I would not, when my son was playing football, I didn’t work on Friday nights. And when my daughter was playing sports, I missed very few of her events. I toured a lot, but I was very mindful of their events. My younger daughter went to championships in showing her cattle and I never missed any of her national shows. I missed a lot of stuff, but not stuff with my kids.

Do you have any new music in the works?

I’ve got a bunch of songs that I’ve written. I might do one of the new songs during one of nights up there. It’s called “I Don’t Want to See 2020 Again.”

I’m writing the music for the World Games in Birmingham (Ala.) in 2022 [with] Henry Panion. Henry and I have struck up an awesome friendship. Henry is a world-renowned conductor and composer [including arranging for Stevie Wonder] and he’s just turned into one of the dearest friends I could ever have. I’m so honored to be part of the opening ceremonies and closing ceremonies.

One of the songs is called “Hope for the Globe” and the other one is “In Alabama The Rainbows Never End.” It’s about inclusion. Over 100 countries will be represented. After that, me and Henry are going to probably do some things fireside chats with him conducting the orchestras. Bob Marley’s family has invited us to do a song on their tribute album and the song that we’re going to do is “Pass It On Down.” Then I’m doing a track on Wilson Pickett’s tribute album called “Don’t Let the Green Grass Fool You.”

Those are really things that are out in the future, but it’s all good positive stuff. I like to have as much positive as I can in my life.

ALABAMA 50th Anniversary Tour dates:

July 2 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena (w/ Martina McBride) July 3 – Nashville, TN – Bridgestone Arena (w/ Martina McBride) July 23 – Wilkes-Barre, PA – Mohegan Sun Arena at Casey Plaza (w/ Tracy Lawrence) July 24 – Salisbury, MD – Wicomico Youth & Civic Center (w/ Tracy Lawrence) July 25 – York, PA – York State Fair (w/ Jake Hoot) Aug 6 – Orange Beach, AL – The Wharf Amphitheater (w/ Martina McBride) Aug 7 – Pelham, AL – Oak Mountain Amphitheatre (w/ The Marshall Tucker Band) Aug 13 – Charlotte, NC – Spectrum Center (w/ Martina McBride) Aug 14 – Bristol, TN – Thunder Valley Amphitheatre (w/ America) Aug 27 – Madison, WI – Coliseum at Alliant Energy Center (w/ Travis Tritt) Aug 28 – Grand Rapids, MI – Van Andel Arena (w/ The Frontmen of Country: Richie McDonald formerly of Lonestar, Tim Rushlow formerly of Little Texas & Larry Stewart of Restless Heart) Sept 4 – Stateline, NV – Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys Sept 5 – Laughlin, NV – Rio Vista Outdoor Amphitheater at Harrah’s Sept 16 – Lincoln, NE – Pinnacle Bank Arena (w/ The Marshall Tucker Band) Sept 17 – Oklahoma City, OK – Chesapeake Energy Arena (w/ The Marshall Tucker Band) Sept 25 – Pittsburgh, PA – PPG Paints Arena Oct 7 – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena (w/ Tracy Lawrence) Oct 8 – North Charleston, SC – North Charleston Coliseum (w/ Sara Evans) Oct 22 – Forth Worth, TX – Dickies Arena (w/ Grits & Glamour: Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis) Oct 23 – Tulsa, OK – BOK Center (w/ Grits & Glamour: Lorrie Morgan & Pam Tillis) Dec 5 – Savannah, GA – Savannah Civic Center (w/ The Marshall Tucker Band) Jan 15 – Indianapolis, IN – Bankers Life Fieldhouse (w/ Martina McBride) Jan 21 – Columbia, SC – Colonial Life Arena (w/ Martina McBride) Jan 22 – Tallahassee, FL – Donald L. Tucker Civic Center (w/ The Marshall Tucker Band) Feb 12 – Wichita, KS – Intrust Bank Arena (w/ The Beach Boys)

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Country Music Hall of Fame band Alabama heads to Wells Fargo Arena in October

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You’ll be in a hurry (and you will know why) when country rock band Alabama performs in Des Moines in October.

The award-winning, veteran act comes to the Wells Fargo Arena on Oct. 19 as part of its “Roll On 2 North America Tour."

The Country Music Hall of Famers are behind the songs “Dixieland Delight,” “Mountain Music,” “Song of the South” and dozens more.

Alabama was formed more than five decades ago by cousins Teddy Gentry, Randy Owen and Jeff Cook. Among Alabama’s many honors — Grammys, American Music Awards, a Hollywood Walk of Fame Star — the band recently received the Country Music Association’s Pinnacle Award in 2023. The Pinnacle Award “recognizes an artist or group who has undeniably redefined the pinnacle of success in the genre,” according to the CMA .

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Alabama Announce ‘Roll On II’ 2024 Tour Dates

Over the past several years, the members of Alabama have weathered their fair share of health challenges and other logistical difficulties, keeping them from the stage. So they never take the opportunity to tour for granted — and they're getting that chance once again in 2024.

On Thursday (March 21), the group announced a lineup of dates billed as the 2024 Roll On II North American Tour, a reprisal of their 2023 tour of the same name. It's a nod to the band's "Roll On (Eighteen Wheeler)," a hit from 1984, as well as a fitting name for a tour presented by Kenworth Trucking Company.

In a statement, frontman Randy Owen says fans who attend a show in 2024 can look forward to singing along to all their favorite Alabama hits.

"I look forward to singing 'Mountain Music,' 'Tennessee River,' 'Feels So Right' and so many more," Owen relates in a statement. "It's just a matter of getting up onstage and enjoying it. We can't wait to see the fans who made it all possible."

For many of the shows, the band will have some extra musical pals along to make the moment even more special. Diamond Rio , the Marshall Tucker Band, Jamey Johnson , Lee Greenwood and the Bellamy Brothers are all booked to perform on various dates on the tour.

In late 2023, Owen gave Taste of Country a positive update on his health , but he stopped short of committing to tour plans for 2024.

"I'm 73 years old. I just had my tests and everything, and everything came back really good. I had my flu shot. So I'm ready to go," he said at that time, but added that the health setbacks he's suffered in the past have left him cautious — and appreciative of every chance he gets to set foot onstage.

"I just never know. I enjoy every show and thank God I get to do one more show," Owen added.

For ticketing information for Alabama's upcoming tour dates, visit the band's website . More dates are expected to be announced at a later time.

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March 23 — Thackerville, Okla. @ Lucas Oil Live April 5  — Clearwater, Fla. @ The Sound at Coachman Park (with Diamond Rio) April 7 — Hollywood, Fla. @ Hard Rock Live at Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino April 25 — Norfolk, Va. @ Chartway Arena (with Lee Greenwood) April 27 — Hershey, Pa. @ Giant Center (with Lee Greenwood) May 11 — Orange Beach, Ala. @ The Wharf Amphiteatre (with Jamey Johnson) May 17 — Council Bluffs, Iowa @ Stir Concert Cove - Harrah’s Council Bluffs Casino & Hotel May 19 — Moline, Ill. @  Vibrant Arena at the Mark (with the Bellamy Brothers) June 1 — Fort Payne, Ala. @ June Jam XVIII June 15 — Columbia, S.C. @ Southeastern BBQ Showdown at Segra Park June 22 — Gay, GA @ Long Leaf Country Music Festival (with The Marshall Tucker Band) June 27 — Fort Yates, N.D. @ Prairie Knights Casino & Resort June 29 — Dauphin, Manitoba, Calif. @ Dauphin’s CountryFest July 25 — Columbus, Ohio @ Ohio State Fair July 27 — Gethsemane, Ky. @ The Amp at Log Still (with Lee Greenwood) Aug. 8 — Selbyville, Dele. @ Freeman Arts Pavilion Aug. 10 — Doswell, Va. @ Atlantic Union Bank After Hours at Servpro Pavilion Sept. 13 — Stateline, Nev. @ Lake Tahoe Outdoor Arena at Harveys Nov. 8  — St. Augustine, Fla. @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre Nov. 9 — St. Augustine, Fla. @ St. Augustine Amphitheatre

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Country Music Hall of Famers Alabama have announced a new batch of tour dates across America taking place in 2023. Their Roll On 2 North America Tour will be visiting San Antonio, Bossier City, New Orleans, Evansville, Atlanta, Sioux Falls and Milwaukee. Joining the tour on select dates will be special guests Marshall Tucker Band , The Steeldrivers and Eddie Montgomery . The band spent portions of 2022 touring with support from Exile , Dailey & Vincent and Jamey Johnson .

UPDATE: Tour dates have been extended into 2024 hitting additional markets like Thackerville, Clearwater, Fort Lauderdale, Norfolk, Hershey, Orange Beach, Council Bluffs, Moline, Fort Payne, Fort Yates, Columbus, New Haven, Selbyville, Doswell, Stateline and St. Augustine.

Alabama will continue supporting their 23rd studio album 'Southern Drawl' released on September 18th, 2015 via BMG Rights Management. The album reached #14 on the Billboard 200 and was their first studio album since 2001's 'When It All Goes South' . Back in 2018, the band launched The Hits Tour across America along with Charlie Daniels Band, Marshall Tucker Band and Montgomery Gentry . The following year, they launched their 50th anniversary tour which was joined by Charlie Daniels Band.

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Alabama arrived on the Country / Folk scene with the release of the album 'Feels So Right' published on November 30, 1980. The song 'Feels so Right' immediately became a hit and made Alabama one of the most popular performers at that moment. Later on, Alabama released the extremely beloved album 'For The Record' which is comprised of some of the most popular songs from the Alabama discography. 'For The Record' contains the single 'Five O'Clock 500' which has made itself the most sought-after for music lovers to experience during the shows. In addition to 'Five O'Clock 500' , most of other tracks from 'For The Record' have also become recognized as a result. A few of Alabama's most famous tour albums and songs are provided below. After 36 years since releasing 'Feels So Right' and making a true effect in the business, followers continue to unite to see Alabama appear live to perform songs from the complete collection.

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Alabama: For The Record

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  • Mountain Music
  • Take Me Down
  • Close Enough to Perfect
  • Dixieland Delight

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  • High Cotton
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  • I Write A Little
  • Song of the South

Alabama: Mountain Music

Alabama: Mountain Music

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  • You Turn Me On
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Alabama: Ultimate Alabama 20 # 1 Hits

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  • Jukebox in My Mind
  • Lady Down on Love

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Over 50 years ago, cousins Teddy Gentry, Randy Owen and the late Jeff Cook left the cotton farms of Fort Payne, Alabama to spend the summer playing music in a Myrtle Beach, South Carolina bar called The Bowery. It's a classic American tale of rags to riches. From humble beginnings picking cotton in the fields to international stars, ALABAMA went on to sell 80 million albums and change the face and sound of country music. 

Quality songs that have become the soundtrack for American life are the foundation for ALABAMA's stellar career. The group introduced rock style guitars, lights, pyrotechnics and sounds to the country audience that has inspired many of today's brightest country stars including Kenny Chesney, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan. While their music continues to stand the test of time, their numbers and stats are beyond compare.

Five decades since starting the band, ALABAMA has charted 43 #1 singles, including 21 #1 singles in a row, and have won dozens of CMA, GRAMMY®, and ACM Awards. They are members of the Country Music Hall of Fame, the Musicians Hall of Fame and have their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In addition, they are world-class philanthropists who have raised millions of dollars for various charities. 

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Legendary singer from Country Music Hall of Fame group has died

Oak Ridge Boys singer Joe Bonsall, whose electrifying tenor added excitement to the group’s early ‘80s country hits like “Elvira,” “Bobbie Sue” and “American Made,” has died. Bonsall was 76. According to a press release, cause of death was complications of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS, also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease.

In January, Bonsall, a 50-year member of the Oak Ridge Boys, announced he was retiring from touring due to the neuromuscular disorder. In a statement at that time, Bonsall said, “I am thankful to all the Oak Ridge Boys, band, crew and staff for the constant love and support shown to me through it all. The Oak Ridge Boys will finish the Farewell Tour without me, but rest assured, I am good with all of it! God’s Got It!!!”

Singer Ben James was brought in to sing Bonsall’s parts, alongside longtime members Duane Allen, William Lee Golde, and Richard Sterban.

Oak Ridge Boys, a Grammy-winning gospel-tinged country vocal group with roots all the way back to the 1940s, have been inducted to Country Music Hall of Fame, Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Vocal Group Hall of Fame.

Bonsall’s memoir, “I See Myself,” is scheduled to publish in November. It will be his 11th book as an author. Outside of singing and the Oak Ridge Boys, Bonsall’s passions included playing banjo and watching Philadelphia Phillies baseball games.

At Bonsall’s request, there will be no funeral. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made in his name to The ALS Association or to the Vanderbilt Medical Center ALS and Neuroscience Research Center.

Via joint statement on social media, the surviving Oak Ridge Boys said, “We ask that everyone please respect the privacy of the Bonsall family at this time.”

On X/Twitter, country star Travis Tritt wrote, “My heart is heavy this morning after hearing that my friend @oakridgeboys tenor @joebonsall has passed away at the age of 76. Joe had amazing talent and a wonderful personality and he will be missed terribly by everyone who knew him.”

In a statement, Kyle Young, CEO of the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum, said, “For 50 years, Joe Bonsall was the Oak Ridge Boys’ sparkplug. His tenor voice was high and clear, and his jovial spirit always provided a jolt of energy, immediately rousing audiences to come on in and take a load off. He certainly lightened our cares every time he sang.”

It’s been a sad couple weeks for the Oak Ridge Boys family. Golden’s son, singer Rusty Golden, died on July 1 at age 65.

The Oak Ridge Boys farewell tour resumes July 31 in Ocean City, New Jersey.

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Post Malone unveils F-1 Trillion Tour, Alabama dates

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. — Post Malone has announced his F-1 Trillion Tour, featuring 21 performances across stadiums, festivals, and amphitheaters. Alabama fans can catch him at two shows: October 15 at Oak Mountain Amphitheater and October 17 at  The Warf Amphitheater.

His upcoming country album, F-1 Trillion, is set to release on August 16. The album's debut single, "I Had Some Help" featuring Morgan Wallen, topped the Billboard Hot 100 for five consecutive weeks in 2024, marking the year's longest-running number one hit. Additionally, there's another single on the album titled "Pour Me a Drink" featuring Blake Shelton.

Tickets for the Alabama shows go on sale July 1 at 10 a.m. through Ticketmaster. Prior to the general on-sale, presale opportunities begin with a Citi presale on Wednesday, June 26. Citi cardmembers can access presale tickets until Sunday, June 30 through the Citi Entertainment program. The tour, presented by  Live Nation , includes dates from September through October across the United States:

  • Sep 8 – Salt Lake City, UT – Utah First Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Sep 12 – Noblesville, IN – Ruoff Music Center
  • Sep 14 – Syracuse, NY – Empower Federal Credit Union Amphitheater at Lakeview
  • Sep 16 – Bangor, ME – Maine Savings Amphitheatre
  • Sep 18 – Boston, MA – Fenway Park
  • Sep 20 – Hershey, PA – Hersheypark Stadium
  • Sep 21 – Hartford, CT – The XFINITY Theatre
  • Sep 23 – Saratoga Springs, NY – Broadview Stage at SPAC
  • Sep 25 – Scranton, PA – The Pavilion at Montage Mountain
  • Sep 28 – New York, NY – Global Citizen Festival
  • Sep 29 – Wantagh, NY – Northwell at Jones Beach Theatre
  • Oct 1 – Cuyahoga Falls, OH – Blossom Music Center
  • Oct 4 – Virginia Beach, VA – Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheatre
  • Oct 5 – Raleigh, NC – Coastal Credit Union Amphitheatre
  • Oct 7 – Charlotte, NC – PNC Music Pavilion
  • Oct 9 – Charleston, SC – Credit One Stadium
  • Oct 11 – Atlanta, GA – Lakewood Amphitheatre
  • Oct 13 – Rogers, AR – Walmart AMP
  • Oct 15 – Pelham, AL – Oak Mountain Amphitheater
  • Oct 17 – Orange Beach, AL – The Warf Amphitheater
  • Oct 19 – Nashville, TN – Nissan Stadium

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Neil Young and Crazy Horse are going on a “big unplanned break” and have indefinitely postponing the rest of their Love Earth tour after some of the band members fell ill.

The announcement came after Young, 78, and the band cancelled their May 23 Chicago concert a few hours before hitting the stage followed by two more shows later that week.

The iconic band was set to return on tour in July and performing through September, but the schedule was removed from Young’s official site and replaced with a statement . It did not specify which band members were ill.

“When a couple of us got sick after Detroit’s Pine Knob, we all had to stop,” the statement read. “We are still not fully recovered, so sadly our tour will have a big unplanned break. We will try to play some of the dates we miss as time passes when we are ready to rock again!”

“We know many of you made travel plans and we apologize for the inconvenience,” the band added. “Thanks for your understanding and patience. Health is # 1. We want to stay and do more shows and more albums for you…. and for for us. With love and thanks to all of you from Crazy Horse….. Neil, Micah, Ralph and Billy Love Earth.”

Some fans on Reddit tried to speculate on which band members were ill while others were impressed that the band has been managed to keep details private.

The postponement impacts seven dates including in Canada and three in the United States.


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Prior to the tour’s kick off back in April, Young previously said the band had to consider their health issues at their age which is why he decided they only play outdoor shows because of COVID-19.

“We gotta be careful,” Young said on a Zoom call with fans . “I imagine if you look at a regular group of 15,000 or 20,000 people, just randomly… then look at 15,000 or 20,000 people that all went to a show, and how many of them got COVID, I think you’d find people that went to a show inside have a lot more of a chance of getting sick.”

“I don’t really need to do that,” he added. “Willie Nelson told me he’s only playing outside now. I felt that was a good idea, so that’s what I’m doing.”

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America is coming to you this year.

From July through November, the classic rockers are bringing their stable of iconic ’70s radio staples to theaters, concert halls, auditoriums and casinos all over the country that inspired their band name.

That includes gigs at Atlantic City’s Ocean Casino Resort on Saturday, Aug. 3, New Brunswick, NJ’s State Theatre on Friday, Nov. 1 and Brookville, NY’s Tilles Center Concert Hall on Saturday, Nov. 2.

And yes, they play the hits.

“We usually end the show with ‘Sister Golden Hair’ and then ‘A Horse With No Name,’ singer Gerry Beckley told Americana Highways . “It’s hard to beat those two songs for the energy we get back from our fans.”

As of now, tickets are available for all 30 of their upcoming 2024 concerts.

At the time of publication, the lowest price we could find on America tickets was $35 before fees on Vivid Seats.

Other concerts start from $46 before fees to $110 after fees .

Not too shabby to see a legendary group that’s been together for 54 years (!) and won the Grammy for Best New Artist way back in 1973.

Still need a few more details before grabbing your seats?

Our team has everything you need to know and more about America’s 2024 American tour below.

All prices listed above are subject to fluctuation.

America tour schedule 2024

A complete tour calendar including all dates, venues and links to the cheapest tickets available can be found here:

(Note: The New York Post confirmed all above prices at the publication time. All prices are in US dollars, subject to fluctuation and, if it isn’t noted, will include additional fees at checkout .)

Vivid Seats is a verified secondary market ticketing platform, and prices may be higher or lower than face value, depending on demand. 

They offer a 100% buyer guarantee that states your transaction will be safe and secure and your tickets will be delivered prior to the event.

America set list

Even the most casual America fan knows the band will play their aforementioned greatest hits.

What else is on the band’s 21-song set list though? According to Set List FM , here’s what America played at their last show back in August 2023:

01.) “Tin Man” 02.) “You Can Do Magic” (Russ Ballard cover) 03.) “Don’t Cross the River” 04.) “Daisy Jane” 05.) “Riverside” 06.) “I Need You” 07.) “Here” 08.) “Ventura Highway” 09.) “Driving” 10.) “Nowhere Man” (The Beatles cover) 11.) “Cornwall Blank / Hollywood” 12.) “Survival” 13.) “The Border” 14.) “Greenhouse” 15.) “Woman Tonight” 16.) “Only in Your Heart” 17.) “California Dreamin'” (The Mamas & the Papas cover) 18.) “Lonely People”

19.) “Sandman” 20.) “Sister Golden Hair” Encore

21.) “A Horse With No Name”

America band member background

Fun fact: 1/2 of America isn’t American born — singer and guitarist Dewey Bunnell was actually born in Yorkshire, England to an American serviceman father and his English wife.

As for Gerry Beckley, he was also born to an American father and English mother. The only difference is he originally hails from Forth Worth, TX.

Bunnell and Beckley ended up forming the band with fellow founding member Dan Peek — who passed away in 2011 — in the late 1960s when the three attended London Central High School in Bushey Hall in north west London.

The rest is history.

Classic rockers on tour in 2024

Many rock stars from the ’70s are now in their 70s and showing no signs of slowing down.

In fact, dozens of the biggest names from the pre-disco era are still going strong and performing at arenas and stadiums all year long.

To wit, here are just five of our favorite acts you won’t want to miss when they come to a city near you.

•  Ringo Starr and his All Starr Band

•  Justin Hayward of The Moody Blues

• Aerosmith

• The Beach Boys

•  Peter Frampton

Want to see who else is on the road this year? Take a look at our list of the 52 biggest classic rockers on tour in 2024 to find the show for you.

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Artimus Pyle Band (APB) is more than just a “tribute” to Lynyrd Skynyrd, it’s a tribute to the man that defined it. Artimus Pyle is the last surviving member and drummer of the classic Lynyrd Skynyrd lineup and 2006 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductee with Lynyrd Skynyrd. The Artimus Pyle Band is a high energy, true to the music, and true to the era rock group. APB members Artimus Pyle, Jerry Lyda, Scott Raines, Brad Durden, and Jeff Delk are not only a group of friends and contemporaries but a group with some of the most seasoned musicians in the Southeast.

 APB delivers hit after hit, night after night, from “Free Bird” to “Sweet Home Alabama,” APB gives fans the best of Skynyrd with one of the men who made it! APB’s new album, Anthems includes classic Lynyrd Skynyrd songs featuring special guest singers. Included are “Sweet Home Alabama” (feat Ronnie Dunn from Brooks & Dunn), “Simple Man” (feat Sammy Hagar), “Free Bird” (feat Dolly Parton), and many more.

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Muscadine Bloodline Announces New Single “Tickets To Turnpike” Featuring Turnpike Troubadours’ Kyle Nix

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You know how that Alabama song goes…

I can already tell this is going to be red dirt goodness. Muscadine Bloodline just announced their next single, “Tickets to Turnpike,” which is slated to release this Friday. They’ve teased the song here and there over the past couple months, but the wait is almost over.

Appropriately, since the song title mentions Turnpike Troubadours, the Alabama duo enlisted the fiddle player for the legendary red dirt band Kyle Nix to be featured on the track.

“If you’re gunna play in Texas You gotta have fiddle in the band… Never recorded one in a song So, Kyle Nix was the man.

“Tickets to Turnpike” featuring Kyle Nix of the Turnpike Troubadours out Friday.”

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I must admit I was shocked to hear that Muscadine has never featured a fiddle in their songs until now, but boy, did they find the right man for the job. Aside from his longstanding position in the Turnpike Troubadours, Kyle Nix also showcases his stellar songwriting ability with his other band, Kyle Nix & The 38’s.

This is another single from Muscadine’s forthcoming album, The Coastal Plain ,  which will drop on August 16th. From the previously released twangers like “Mary Riley,” “Earle Byrd From Mexia,” and “Low Hangin’ Fruit,” to their last single, which was a tender love ballad, “10-9,” everything has been top-notch.

Earlier this year, Muscadine noted they felt this record was the best music they have ever recorded , and thus far, I’d personally say that statement is true. I can’t wait to see what is in store for “Tickets to Turnpike.” This week’s Country New Music Friday is about to be stacked…

While you’re here, fire up a few of the previously released singles.

“Weyerhaeuser Land”


“Mary Riley” 

A beer bottle on a dock





A riff on what country is really about.

A beer bottle on a dock

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