Celebrating 21 years of music making, blues and acid house aficionados Alabama 3 come to Scottish city Aberdeen following the release of their thirteenth studio album. The band mix blues with electronic elements to create their own twist on country music, utilising gospel style lyrics as well as spoken word.
The band, who attained global prominence with the use of ‘Woke up this Morning’ as the theme tune to legendary TV program The Sopranos, are to embark on a UK tour, hitting Kilmarnock on the 27th and Edinburgh on the 30th September.
Alabama 3 Biography
Formed in Brixton, London in the mid nineties, Alabama 3 are well known for their eclectic sound, encompassing Rock, Dance, Blues, Country, Gospel and spoken word. The group achieved international fame when the producers of hit TV series The Sopranos chose the track Woke Up This Morning for the show’s opening credits. Deemed “the best live band in the UK” by The Guardian, they have released thirteen studio albums to date and have maintained a loyal global following. 21 years on from their iconic debut album Exile On Coldharbour Lane, they continue unleashing material via their own independent label Hostage Music, based at their London music venue, Brixton Jamm. Load your rifles, it’s time for 21 gun salutes…bring on Alabama 3’s 21st anniversary tour!
Tickets are £20