ALABAMA get's another award!!!!

According to the Pulse, Dierks Bentley, on behalf of the Country Music Association, presented Alabama with the CMA Pinnacle Award on Sunday during CMA Fest.


Country Music Hall of Fame member Loretta Lynn passed away in her sleep on October 4th at her home in Hurricane Mills, TN at the age of 90.

Alabama’s Randy Owen on Jeff Cook’s Death Alabama's Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry each released statements about the death of group co-founder Jeff Cook. Both remember him as a brilliant musician and a brother in music. "I'm hurt in a way I can't describe," Owen writes.…

Alabama Gives $25,000 To Kentucky Flood Relief Alabama made a sizable donation to the relief efforts in eastern Kentucky after recent flooding wreaked havoc on several communities in July. Founding members Randy Owen and Teddy Gentry presented the Foundation for Appalachian Kentucky with a check for $25,000 ahead…

37 Years Ago Alabama Made Country Music History On July 30, 1985, Alabama made country music history when they became the first act in the genre to earn quadruple-platinum status. Thirty-seven years ago, the group were recognized for selling 4 million copies of both their 1981 album Feels So Right and…

Dolly Parton, Jimmie Allen Featured On 'Country Goes Reggae' Project

Dolly Parton, Jimmie Allen, Randy Houser, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, Chase Rice, Uncle Kracker, Lainey Wilson and Alabama are blending their country sound with music from some of today's top Reggae musicians in Jamaica for a project called Country Goes Reggae, which is available now.