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(There'€™s A) Fire in the Night (5 versions)
A Candle in the Window
Alabama Sky (5 versions)
American Pride (5 versions)
Angels Among Us (12 versions)
Can'€™t Keep a Good Man Down (2 versions)
Carolina Mountain Dew
Carolina Mountain Dewe (4 versions)
Changes Comin'€™ On (3 versions)
Christmas in Dixie (5 versions)
Christmas Is Love
Christmas Memories (3 versions)
Close Enough to Perfect (6 versions)
Dancin'€™, Shaggin'€™ on the Boulevard (3 versions)
Dixieland Delight (14 versions)
Down Home (7 versions)
Face To Face (4 versions)
Fallin'€™ Again (2 versions)
Feels So Right (6 versions)
Forever'€™s as Far as I'€™ll Go (2 versions)
God Must Have Spent a Little More Time on You (3 versions)
Green River
Hanging Up My Traveling Shoes
Here We Are (2 versions)
High Cotton (11 versions)
Hometown Honeymoon (2 versions)
I Am a Pilgrim
I Love You Enough to Let You Go (2 versions)
I Want to Know You Before We Make Love (3 versions)
I'€™m Not That Way Anymore (2 versions)
If I Had You (9 versions)
If You'€™re Gonna Play in Texas (5 versions)
In Pictures (2 versions)
Is the Magic Still There (4 versions)
It Works (5 versions)
Jukebox in My Mind (8 versions)
Katy Brought My Guitar Back Today (2 versions)
Lady Down on Love (7 versions)
Lonesome Valley
Love in the First Degree (6 versions)
Mountain Music (13 versions)
My Girl (5 versions)
My Home'€™s in Alabama (4 versions)
My Homes In Alabama (3 versions)
Never Be One
Of Course I'€™m Alright (4 versions)
Old Flame (6 versions)
Old Man (4 versions)
Once Upon a Lifetime (7 versions)
Pass It On Down (6 versions)
Reckless (3 versions)
Red River (2 versions)
Ride the Train (2 versions)
Sad Lookin'€™ Moon (2 versions)
She And I (7 versions)
She Put the Sad in All His Songs (2 versions)
She'€™s Got That Look in Her Eyes (3 versions)
Small Stuff (3 versions)
Song of the South (9 versions)
Southern Star (6 versions)
T.L.C.A.S.A.P.
Take a Little Trip (5 versions)
Take Me Down (4 versions)
Tar Top (2 versions)
Tennessee Christmas
Tennessee River (8 versions)
The Closer You Get
The Maker Said Take Her (2 versions)
There'€™s No Way (4 versions)
Tonight Is Christmas (2 versions)
Touch Me When We'€™re Dancing (2 versions)
Twentieth Century (2 versions)
What in the Name of Love (2 versions)
When It All Goes South (3 versions)
When We Make Love (4 versions)
Why Lady Why (10 versions)
Woman Back Home (2 versions)
Wonderful Waste of Time (2 versions)
Words at Twenty Paces (7 versions)
You Turn Me On (4 versions)
You'€™ve Got the Touch (2 versions)


Alabama is an American country and Southern rock band formed in Fort Payne, Alabama, in 1969. The band was founded by Randy Owen (lead vocals, rhythm guitar) and his cousin Teddy Gentry (bass, backing vocals). They were soon joined by their other cousin, Jeff Cook (lead guitar, fiddle, and keyboards). First operating under the name Wildcountry, the group toured the Southeast bar circuit in the early 1970s, and began writing original songs. They changed their name to Alabama in 1977 and following the chart success of two singles, were approached by RCA Records for a record deal.

Alabama’s biggest success came in the 1980s, where the band had over 27 number one hits, seven multi-platinum albums and received numerous awards. Alabama’s first single on RCA Records, "Tennessee River", began a streak of 21 number one singles, including "Love in the First Degree" (1981), "Mountain Music" (1982), "Dixieland Delight" (1983), "If You’re Gonna Play in Texas (You Gotta Have a Fiddle in the Band)" (1984) and "Song of the South" (1988). The band’s popularity waned slightly in the 1990s although they continued to produce hit singles and multi-platinum album sales. Alabama disbanded in 2003 following a farewell tour and two albums of inspirational music but reunited in 2010 and have continued to record and tour worldwide.

The band’s blend of traditional country music and Southern rock combined with elements of gospel, and pop music gave it a crossover appeal that helped lead to their success. They also toured extensively and incorporated production elements such as lighting and "sets" inspired by rock concerts into their shows. The band has over 30 number one country records on the Billboard charts to their credit and have sold over 75 million records, making them the most successful band in country music history. AllMusic credited the band with popularizing the idea of a country band and wrote that "It’s unlikely that any other country group will be able to surpass the success of Alabama."