Troubadour Music and Street Press Australia are proud to announce British music legends ALABAMA 3 touring Australia in April 2012. The band will be doing two exclusive sideshows in Sydney and Melbourne following their performance at Byron Bay BLUESFEST.
ALABAMA 3 are a British congregation of musicians mixing rock, dance, blues, country, and gospel styles, founded in Brixton, London, in 1995.
In the United States, The group achieved international fame when the producers of hit TV series The Sopranos chose their track “Woke Up This Morning” for the show’s opening credits.
Their songs have sampled Jim Jones in “Mao Tse Tung Said” and Birmingham Six survivor Patrick Hill in “The Thrills Have Gone.” Trouser Press reviewer Jason Reeher wrote that A3’s “debut is brilliant and shambolic…owing huge debts to both Hank Williams and Happy Mondays.”
With their musical style having been described as "Sweet Mutherfucking Country Acid House", the band are particularly notable for their fusion of styles, lyrics full of ironic intent, their deliberately humorous personas, and their outrageous live performances.
Catch this uniquely wild act this Easter long weekend at their two very special Australian dates