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Alabama Hits the road

Thursday, March 8, 2018 – Alabama announced the first of leg of The Hits Tour 2018, launching March 23 in Grand Prairie, Texas.

The band has scored 43 number 1 singles spanning 21 Gold, Platinum and Multi-Platinum albums.

"This year's tour is for the lifelong fans, and also the younger generations just now discovering the music," lead singer Randy Owen said.

Tour dates are
March 23 - Verizon Theatre - Grand Prairie, TX
March 24 - Majestic Theatre - San Antonio, TX
April 13-15 - Fox Theatre - Atlanta, GA
May 11 - Bank of Kentucky Center - Highland Heights, KY
May 12 - Grossinger Motors Arena - Bloomington, IL
May 19 - Wild Adventures Theme Park - Valdosta, GA
May 20 - Portsmouth Pavilion - Portsmouth, PA
May 26 - Lake Ozarks Amphiteater - Camdenton, MO
May 27 - Tree Town Country Music Festival - Forest City, IA
June 22 - Country Stampede - Manhattan, KS
June 23 - Wild West Arena - North Platte, NE
June 24 - Divots Center - Norfolk, NE
July 19 - Country Jam USA - Eau Claire, WI
July 28 - Mountainfest - Morgantown, WV
Aug. 1- Bell MTS Place - Winnipeg, MB
Aug. 2 - Sasktel Centre - Saskatoon, Saskatchewan CA
Aug. 4 - Big Valley Jamboree - Camrose, Alberta CA
Aug. 5 - Encana Events Centre - Dawson Creek, British Columbia CA
Aug. 16 - Bi-Mart Willamette Country Music Festival - Brownsville, OR
Sept. 8 - The Brandon Amphitheatre - Brandon, MS


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CD reviews for Alabama

CD review - American Christmas With its 15-song "American Christmas," Alabama covers nearly every nook and cranny in the holiday album spectrum. And it's just as good, as it is complete. The song that hits first, and hits hardest, is "First Christmas Without Daddy." This loving remembrance for a deceased father asks sadly, "Who's gonna lead the family prayer?" As Christmas is as much about family gatherings, as it is about all the popular sights and sounds, Randy Owen both remembers his ...
CD review - Southern Drawl With all the belly aching about country music not staying true to its roots, maybe instead of a new entry into the landscape, it is time for a re-entry. Many hoped that Alabama's latest, "Southern Drawl" would be the cure to what ails the traditionalists. But the iconic band tried to walk a very fine line on its first release since 2001's "When It All Goes South." Back in their Eighties heyday, the group put the country rock sound on the map. ...
CD review - Angels Among Us Hymns & Gospel Favorites The threads of faith and family are intrinsically woven throughout the fibers of country music, but the results of such albums are not always successful, with some records feeling dry and inspired while others take the bull by the horns and really engage the material. Alabama's latest offering, "Angels Among Us: Hymns & Gospel Favorites," falls into the latter category. That's not to say that Alabama reinvents the wheel here, but, rather, that they tackle the source ...


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