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September 16

Alabama Rocks 2020 with their First and Last Virtual Concert

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Delayed concerts, canceled tours, or even sidetracked careers, our country artists have all been in there. And with all those precautionary measures required remaining intact, one of the most anticipated rock bands of all time, Alabama, somehow has to get loose. That said, the Country Music Hall of Fame Group announced that Alabama is bound to hold their one and only virtual concert on September 15 free of charge.

Channeling Entertainment

Country Music Hall of Fame Group recently started a 10-week hosting event which includes live streams of virtual concert series themed “Taking the Highways Across America.” The show is bound to air for 10 consecutive Tuesdays at 8PM CT on social streaming platforms such as Youtube, Facebook, and Twitter.

Alabama, in the spotlight, also took their chance to wish that everyone would remain safe and comfy in their own homes. They even expressed that the streaming platform has become their new way of reaching out to their fans by providing entertainment despite the negativities the pandemic has brought us.

“It is a safe way to once again enjoy live music,” Randy Owen of Alabama said.

The Livestream schedules of “Taking the Highways Across America” are as follows:

Kicking off the first week on September 15 is Alabama.
Next week, September 22, sets the stage for Martina McBride.
On September 29 the show will be featuring Chris Young.
On October 6, 13, 20, and 27 are Ricky Skaggs and Steven Curtis Chapman, Sugarland, Zac Brown Band, and Lady A consecutively.

In the month of November dated 10, 17, and 24 are Brett Young, Little Big Town, and Vince Gill and Amy Grant.

Better start marking those calendars now so you don’t miss these free shows by our awaited artists!

Prioritizing Health Above Personal Interests

Like the rest of country performers, the Alabama band was forced to cancel 25 of their 50th group anniversary tours due to precautionary health measures in 2019. But when the coast becomes clear in 2021, they plan to make a few stops in Nashville on July 2 and 3 on the Bridgestone arena with their co-artist Martina McBride.

The pandemic isn’t the only factor to blame for the delay though. Recent news stated that Randy Owen started feeling cases of dizziness and vertigos. These were the primary reasons why the band decided to cancel their tours.

Country fans will surely understand the situation. Being under covers while nursing your health back is indeed better than being outside entertaining people but subject to the danger of lethal microbes.


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