Alabama 3 to play Birmingham on March UK tour

The band formerly known as The First Presleyterian Church of Elvis the Divine (UK) bring their refined chemical country sound to Birmingham on March 15th. The band many people assume must be American are actually from Brixton and were formed in 1996 by Larry Love and The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love (Rob and Jake to their mother’s). Twelve studio albums later and the eclectically laconic folk rock upstarts have lost none of their musical potency.

Alabama 3’s discography is so much more than studio albums though, they have made something of a forte providing music for TV, films and even games, producing possibly the most iconic opening theme to any TV show ever in Woke Up This Morning from The Sopranos. The band have been busy for two decades showing no signs of slowing down and why should they when the quality of their music remains so high. They still ain’t gone to Goa though.

View the full list of dates and pick up tickets below.

March

10 – Limelight, Belfast
15 – O2 Academy, Birmingham
16 – O2 Academy, Oxford
17 – O2 Academy, Leeds
22 – O2 Academy, Newcastle
23 – O2 Academy, Glasgow
24 – O2 Ritz, Manchester
29 – Concorde, Brighton
30 – O2 Academy, Bristol
31 – The Forum, London

 

Header photo by Kimberley A F Bayliss.

“Reviewer, previewer and writer of just about anything. Can usually be found with my eyeballs plugged into sleazy 70’s exploitation cinema or riding an antique bike around Harborne. I have no issue with being bought pints or accepting bribes of any sort.”


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Giles Logan

"Reviewer, previewer and writer of just about anything. Can usually be found with my eyeballs plugged into sleazy 70’s exploitation cinema or riding an antique bike around Harborne. I have no issue with being bought pints or accepting bribes of any sort."