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4.6

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Alabama and Terri Clark

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Love the venue! Wish Terri Clark would have played longer. Alabama was great!

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Alabama was amazing!

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Watching Alabama brought back memories. They are amazing as they have always have been. I see them again.

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Best concert and seats....EVER!! Easy and smooth transaction through Ticketmaster that made me feel secure.

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Concert was excellent. I wish you would have had the big screens turned on so those of us in the back could have seen them better.

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Good

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Good music, great songs, amazing length, way too loud!!!

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Great Alabama show!

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I recently attended an Alabama concert and they are still incredible! I love all the music and their Southern way of life. I live in the Midwest but am from the South myself. I was sad when the show was over. I could have listened all night!

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What happened to Alabama?!

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My husband and I were quite disappointed in their performance. There were too many guitars which drowned out the lyrics. Also, way too loud. I saw them in 1993 and from what I recall, the performance was more intimate with way less guitars. I was hoping for a repeat performance, but it definitely was not.

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LOVE LOVE LOVE Alabama

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I love Alabama's music, however I thought the music itself was so loud it drowned out their voices. Also, interesting to hear about their lives, but a bit too much talking. I went to hear them sing! Lighting wasn't very good either, couldn't even see their faces & I was pretty close. Also would be nice if they sang on both sides of the stage. Opening act Terry Clark was great too! That being said, I would see them again! They are my all time favorite country group!

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Farewell Tour - Still a good show

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It was 21 years between the times that I had seen Alabama in concert. We both have certainly put on a lot of miles since then. Randy (lead singer) still is a strong vocal performer and is a polished showman. The musicians in the band were excellent, even though most may have not been born when Alabama was in their prime. The compassion the band has for their fans and the communities is evident and has earned them the on-going respect of the crowds. A great band with an incredible history. A library of top hits and memories were played out to the enjoyment of the crowd. Wishing them well.

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It was a great show , I don’t like the selling part but overall it was a great band and we had a great time .

Biography

With their 40th anniversary at hand in 2013, legendary country band Alabama embarked on their first tour in more than a decade and released an officially endorsed tribute album titled "Alabama and Friends." The album features current country stars covering some of Alabama's country-rock classics -- including Kenny Chesney on "Lady Down on Love," Jason Aldean on "Tennessee River," Luke Bryan on "Love in the First Degree," and the Eli Young Band on "The Closer You Get" -- along with two new Alabama songs. It was a fitting tribute for the most successful band in country music history,  which logged 34 singles that topped Billboard's country singles chart between 1980 and 2011 and has sold more than 75 million albums. The band's core remains the same as when it was founded in 1969, when they were known as Wildcountry: Randy Owen (lead vocals, rhythm guitar), his cousin Teddy Gentry (bass), and another cousin, Jeff Cook (lead guitar, keyboards, fiddle). By 1973, the trio had decided to pursue music full time and they signed their first record deal -- and changed their name to The Alabama Band at the label's request -- in 1977.  By the '80s, the band had hit its stride, moving huge numbers of concert tickets and filling their trophy cases with multiple Grammy, CMA and ACM awards.