When Alabama wrapped up their Farewell Tour in 2003, fans wondered if they would ever be able to see the legendary country group perform together again.
But ten years later, Alabama reunited and returned to touring with their Back to the Bowery Tour. Since then, Alabama has remained active on the road and in the studio, and they released their first studio album in 14 years, called Southern Drawl, in September of last year.
To go along with Southern Drawl, Alabama announced a new tour for 2016 named after the album. Alabama will kick off the tour on May 12 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center in Nashville, where they will play along with the Nashville Symphony Orchestra. The tour will continue through the summer and into the fall, and will wrap up on October 8 in Fairfax, Virginia.
In total, the tour includes 25 stops, three of which are in Canada. Fans can expect to hear Alabama play many of their old classics, along with some of their newer material. You can find their full tour schedule here.
Tune in below to watch Alabama perform the new tour's namesake song, "Southern Drawl."
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