Three cousins formed the super group Alabama 40 years ago, changing everything in country music forever. Alabama is celebrating their 40 years in the business, 73 million in album sales and 21 straight number one hits with the release of “Alabama & Friends.”
Randy Owens, Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook will appear on CM Chat Live founder and host Jessica Northey tweeted on Aug. 30 to talk about “Alabama & Friends". All three will join Northey at 6 p.m. PST on Monday, Sept. 2 to talk about the “Alabama & Friends”CD, which includes covers of Alabama songs “Love in the First Degree” sung by Luke Bryan and "Tennessee River" by Jason Aldean.
“Alabama & Friends” also contains two brand new songs from the trio, the first new songs from Alabama in over a decade. Other country music superstars appearing on “Alabama & Friends” include Rascal Flatts, Kenny Chesney, Eli Young Band, Trisha Yearwood, Toby Keith, Jamey Johnson and Florida Georgia Line.
Alabama fans can pick up the new “Alabama & Friends” CD as well as other items, including the “Alabama & Friends Ultimate Bundle” on the Alabama website. “Alabama & Friends” is also available for download on iTunes.
Track list for “Alabama & Friends”:
- Tennessee River (Jason Aldean)
- Love in the First Degree (Luke Bryan)
- Old Flame (Rascal Flatts)
- Lady Down On Love (Kenny Cheney)
- The Closer You Get (Eli Young Band)
- Forever’s As Far As I’ll Go (Trisha Yearwood)
- She And I (Toby Keith)
- I’m In A Hurry (And Don’t Know Why) (Florida Georgia Line)
- That’s How I Was Raised (Alabama)
- All American (Alabama)
- My Home’s in Alabama (Jamey Johnson)
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