There may be a few more wrinkles and gray hairs, but Alabama’s vintage sound hasn’t changed. On “Wasn’t Through Lovin’ You Yet,” the country group recall their ‘80s and ’90s prime, when sincerity trumped drum loops and clean vocals stood out above dirty rock guitars.
The last time Alabama put original music out, the country genre looked a little different, and the band itself did too. Now 14 years later, Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook are slated to release a brand new album, Southern Drawl.
This year the Country Cares arm of St. Jude Children's Research Hospital's fundraising celebrates its 26th year. Randy Owen has been the face of a platform that has included hundreds of country radio stations and raised over $600 million dollars. He says he has a successor in mind, and a goal to hit before he steps away.
Alabama may be one of the most iconic country acts of the past 40 years, but they're still surprised by their famous fans! On the heels of releasing their 'Alabama & Friends at the Ryman' live CD and DVD package, the legendary trio still can't believe they are influential as they truly are.
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