The exhibition, Alabama: Born Country, will feature items representative of the band’s lengthy career such as awards, memorabilia, tour outfits, photographs and more. Fans will be able to see the band’s rise to success throughout the exhibit, from the early starts playing in nightclubs to selling out venue after venue.
Another unique feature to the exhibit will showcase the band’s dedication to giving back. Their philanthropic efforts with their June Jam concert has raised millions of dollars for charities and their close ties to St. Jude Children’s Hospital have supported countless families in their health battles.
Alabama will perform live at the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame in support of their exhibit’s opening. Their performance will be a part of the exclusive member concert called the Big Gig on Wednesday, July 6.
Not only does Alabama get their own exhibit in the Nashville museum, but they will also receive their own star on the Music City Walk of Fame on May 26. They will be presented the placement alongside Sam Moore during the induction ceremony.
Alabama: Born Country will open to the public on August 25 and will run through June 2017.