Alabama's Still a Hometown Band On a ...

Alabama's Still a Hometown Band On a Spectacular Run

There are 5 comments on the Country Weekly story from May 16, 2012, titled Alabama's Still a Hometown Band On a Spectacular Run. In it, Country Weekly reports that:

Talk about staying power. When Alabama's first No. 1 hit "Tennessee River" reached the top of the charts, America was watching Dallas on TV, Urban Cowboy at the movie theater and listening to Eddie Rabbitt sing "Drivin' My Life Away" on the radio.

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#1 May 26, 2012
you mean has beens.
Buck

Mount Pleasant, TN

#2 Jun 5, 2012
atlantaGeekFreak30127 wrote:
you mean has beens.
What a joke, you obviously have some kind of grudge with the
most celebrated group in country music history.

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#3 Jun 12, 2012
no no grudge just reality of they use to be a selling big time country music band but are not any more
Buck

Mount Pleasant, TN

#4 Jun 18, 2012
still selling more than you and some others that were big at that time

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#5 Aug 15, 2012
I'm afraid
they are simply has beens.

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