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Alabama ‘Cruise’ to 40th Anniversary Celebration
Time flies when you're making music. Can you believe that 2013 will mark the 40th anniversary of Alabama's first performance? To celebrate the milestone, the legendary country group is planning a vacation with their fans next fall.
Details are still being ironed out, but the Alabama &am…
Pandora, Internet Radio Fairness Act Angers Musicians
Bloomberg
Country stars Alabama, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, Rodney Atkins, Easton Corbin, Trisha Yearwood, Zac Brown Band and Jana Kramer are just a few of the 125 artists representing several music genres in speaking out, via a letter published in Billboard magazine, against Internet radio company P…
Randy Owen Nowhere Near Retirement
Randy Owen started the band Alabama more than 40 years ago, and helped the group earn a reputation as one of the hardest working acts in country music. With 12 No. 1 albums and dozens of major awards, including an induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the 62-year-old has certainly earned th…
Stagecoach Pictures 2012
The three-day 2012 Stagecoach Musical Festival in Indio, Calif., brought some major stars out to the desert this past weekend. Click below to flip through pictures of performances -- which included a Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert duet, plus sets by the Band Perry, Sheryl Crow, Brad Paisley, Mart…
Jason Aldean Nashville Show Full of Surprises
Kelly Clarkson unintentionally pranked Jason Aldean at Friday night's sold-out show at Nashville's Bridgestone Arena. The pop songstress was scheduled to come down the middle ramp to join Jason on their chart-topping duet, 'Don't You Wanna Stay,' but after taking a look at w…
Alabama Honored for Their Greatest Hits
Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook of Alabama will receive the Greatest Hits award during the upcoming American Country Awards ceremony, commemorating the band's significant impact on country music through radio airplay. The award, given to an act with an impressive catalog of No...
Alabama ‘Thinking Very Seriously’ About a Comeback
Alabama officially said goodbye to their millions of fans in 2004, at the end of their Farewell Tour. But now, the legendary country crooners hint that they are considering not just a reunion, but a comeback.
"Things rock on some times," lead singer Randy Owen explains to Nashville&…

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