St. Augustine Amphitheatre | St. Augustine, Florida
The St. Augustine Amphitheatre will be a haven of Dixieland Delight-ful music this November 8 and 9 as the Grammy award-winning legends Alabama perform in a two-night concert event at Florida's majestic venue. Join the iconic trio of Jeff Cook, Randy Owen, and Teddy Gentry in an evening of another incredible concert that will take you down memory lane. The Country Music Hall of Fame inductees will sport their greatest hits, highlighting the best of the best songs from their five-decade career. Sing along to "Mountain Music," "Tennessee River," "Dixieland Delight," "Born Country," and many others. In this concert, the historic city of St. Augustine will come to life as the sun sets, serenading the audience with the soulful country music that has brought Alabama fame. Tickets are now on sale, and you can get yours here by clicking the "Get Tickets" link.
As one of the ultimate bands who have changed the face of country music, Alabama is undoubtedly a household name. With countless hits spanning their five-decade career, the famous trio has made a mark in the country music scene. Indeed, Jeff Cook, Randy Owen, and Teddy Gentry are icons! They have inspired many bands by bringing youthful energy, charisma, and a rocking edge that broadened the audience for country music.
From the moment the trio put out their music in the early 1970s, Alabama's experimental sound was regarded to be a breath of fresh air. Thus, their songs—which included bluegrass, folk, gospel, and pop—became hits immediately. At a time when other musicians were hesitant to attempt new things, Alabama was at the forefront of country music's meteoric rise to popularity. Remember the hits "Mountain Music," "Love in the First Degree," and "Dixieland Delight?" Over the years, the band has soared to greater heights, penetrating charts, selling records, receiving innumerable awards, and selling out enormous arenas. These songs are just a handful of the numerous #1 singles they have — 21, to be exact.
Aside from selling over 75 million records globally, the band has achieved distinctions that most artists can only dream of. Alabama boasts a long list of awards and nominations, including two Grammys, fifteen Academy of Country Music awards, eighteen American Music Awards, and an induction to the Country Music Hall of Fame.
In the previous year, Alabama embarked on an anniversary tour that celebrated their 50 long years in the music industry. To say that it was a success is an understatement. Fans of all ages were ecstatic to hear the trio perform their career-defining hits — honoring their longevity and talent.
This year, Alabama is yet to announce another extensive North American concert tour. However, fans are expecting that, sooner or later, the band will embark on another series of shows in the country. After all, they will be back for another run of "June Jam." The highly-anticipated show is an all-day country concert that will feature some of the biggest names in country music. The likes of Garth Brooks, Jake Owen, Willie Nelson, The Judds, and Clint Black, among many others, have participated in the event. Thus, it is a must-see event.
Although there has yet to be an announcement for a tour, Alabama has a few shows lined up this year. One of these shows is a two-night concert event at the Oldest City in the country: St. Augustine, Florida. The trio of legendary musicians isn't slowing down any time soon because they will perform a back-to-back concert at St. Augustine Amphitheatre on November 8 and 9. Catch them on their first night at the iconic Florida venue. Reserve your tickets before they run out. Hit the "Get Tickets" link to order one for you and your friends.