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Tickets to Alabama's Concert Tour


EventDateCity and Venue
Alabama Fri. July 14, 2017
Calgary, AB - Scotiabank Saddledome
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Alabama Fri. July 28, 2017
Aurora, IL - RiverEdge Park
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Alabama Sat. July 29, 2017
Columbus, OH - Celeste Center
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Alabama Fri. August 4, 2017
Albuquerque, NM - Sandia Casino Amphitheater
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Alabama & Lee Ann Womack Sat. August 5, 2017
Englewood, CO - Fiddlers Green Amphitheatre
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Alabama Wed. August 16, 2017
Springfield, IL - Illinois State Fairgrounds - Grandstand
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Alabama Thu. August 17, 2017
Des Moines, IA - Iowa State Fair
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Alabama Fri. August 18, 2017
Louisville, KY - Freedom Hall At Kentucky State Fair
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Alabama & Dean Brody Show Thu. September 7, 2017
Saint-tite, QC - Grandes Estrades Coors Banquet
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Alabama & Dwight Yoakam Sat. September 9, 2017
Gilford, NH - Bank of New Hampshire Pavilion At Meadowbrook
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Alabama & Dwight Yoakam Sun. September 10, 2017
Bridgeport, CT - Webster Bank Arena At Harbor Yard
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Alabama & John Michael Montgomery Fri. September 15, 2017
Allegan, MI - Allegan County Fair
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Alabama Sat. September 16, 2017
Windsor, ON - The Colosseum At Caesars Windsor
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Alabama Sun. September 17, 2017
Rama, ON - Casino Rama Entertainment Centre
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Alabama Fri. September 29, 2017
Fredericksburg, VA - Marks and Harrison Amphitheater
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Alabama Fri. October 27, 2017
Reading, PA - Santander Arena
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Alabama Fri. November 10, 2017
Stockton, CA - Stockton Arena
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Alabama Sat. November 18, 2017
Thackerville, OK - Winstar Casino
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About Alabama

Alabama has built a legendary career by combining country music with southern rock, gospel, and pop. This blend of influences enabled them to achieved country and mainstream success.

In a recording career that started in 1976, Alabama has sold more than 75 million records. They’ve also charted more than 32 number one singles on the main country chart.

Alabama consists of lead singer and guitarist Randy Owen, lead guitarist Jeff Cook, and bassist Teddy Gentry. The band has gone through numerous drummers over the years.

Also, their original name wasn’t “Alabama.” It was “Wildcountry.” They changed their name to “Alabama Band” in 1977. It was later shortened to “Alabama.”

One of the things most people associate with Alabama is Randy Owen’s beard. The Alabamian has a thick, dark beard and long dark hair. His style is unmistakable and iconic.

Another thing most people associate with Alabama is their tremendous success. Part of it has already been enumerated in this article, but in the 1980s they released a total of 26 singles. All but two peaked at number one.

Their first single of the decade, "My Home's in Alabama," stalled at 17, and “Tar Top,” from 1987, went no further than number seven.

In the 1990s, they added four more number one singles to their resume as well as 17 top ten hits. Despite this amazing success, their popularity actually declined—then again, it couldn’t go anywhere but down.

In 1999, Alabama released their 18th studio album, 20th Century. One of the tracks on that opus is “(God Must Have Spent) A Little More Time on You.” It’s a song they cut with ‘N Sync. Critics accused them of pandering and trying to say relevant. “A Little More Time on You” was Alabama’s last top ten song of their career…

…however, they did return to the top of the country singles chart in 2011 thanks to singing on Brad Paisley’s “Old Alabama.”

They continued to fall out of favor in 21st century. In 2006, after selling Alabama tickets to a farewell tour, they finally decided to break up…

…however, they returned in 2011 after Owen kicked prostate cancer.

In 2013, a reunited Alabama toured to celebrate their 40th anniversary. Then they embarked on “The Alabama & Friends Festival at Sea,” which was a short pleasure cruise around the Bahamas.

Alabama has won more than 200 major awards. That includes two Grammy Awards and 18 American Music Awards. They also have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.


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