ALABAMA set for Tuesday gig - only show this year
Monday, September 14, 2020
– ALABAMA will be the first featured performer for Camping World"s free virtual weekly concert series, Taking the Highways Across America.
The band will play on Tuesday at 8 p.m. Central from Nashville. This will be the group's first and only concert performance in 2020.
"We are happy that we get to play our music live where you can watch for free in the safety of your home, camper or motorhome," said ALABAMA frontman Randy Owen. "Thanks to our friends at Camping World for making this possible. We hope and pray that everyone is staying healthy and following the safety rules for the pandemic. The streaming of our live show allows us to come to you in a safe way to once again enjoy live music."
"One thing Randy, Jeff and I have in common with Camping World is we have been on a camping trip for the last 50 plus years...in our camper buses visiting our fans in cities across North America," said ALABAMA bass player and vocalist Teddy Gentry. "We also live out in the country on top of a mountain and spend time in the woods and on the farm every day. We are thrilled to play this special concert for Camping World and our fans around the world."
Through Nov. 24, the series, hosted by country music radio personality Shawn Parr, will livestream on select Tuesdays at 8 p.m. Central.
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