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We had a lot of fun working with them, and I think the finished product testifies to both the fun and the quality that went into it.”The songs chosen for the project represent just the tip of the iceberg that is the band’s catalog, but they speak, to hear Teddy tell it, to the key to the band’s legacy.“More than anything,” he says, “our longevity is a tribute to the hard work we did in selecting songs, because it’s the songs that people remember.”The songs here are, of course, among the most memorable in country history.
But awards are only a part of a legacy that finds its most important home in the hearts of listeners everywhere.
Some of those are superstars in other genres, as Randy found out not long ago.
The diversity and star power of the artists speaks volumes about the breadth and depth of ALABAMA’s legacy.
Contributing their own versions of Alabama classics are Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, Kenny Chesney, Eli Young Band, Florida Georgia Line, Jamey Johnson, Toby Keith, Rascal Flatts, and Trisha Yearwood.“I thank God I’m here to see these great artists see fit to sing some of the songs we did,” says Randy, with the Everyman sincerity that has helped so many identify with the humbly born superstars.“It’s very much an honor,” adds Jeff, “that they’d take part in an ALABAMA tribute.
ALABAMA & Friends commemorates that summer at The Bowery and catalogues the lasting influence the group has had on generations of Country stars who draw inspiration from the sparkling harmonies, irresistible stage presence and world-class songwriting and song selection that made them superstars.
It brings together some of Country’s biggest stars, each bringing a unique musical approach to classic ALABAMA songs that have influenced them.Implicit in that question, obviously, is: Can Democrats win the Senate in 2018? natesilver: Yeah, Florida — you could see Bill Nelson blowing that race, somehow. And to the point earlier about the incumbency advantage diminishing — that could hurt “generic” Democratic incumbents like Mc Caskill who don’t have their own brands carved out. If it’s a really Democratic-leaning year, why would they lose Florida? But I think even that would go blue in a blue-wave year. harry: Democrats in Florida are heavily dependent on a Latino vote that may not show up for a midterm.So let’s start off with this, from friend-of-the-site Sean Trende of Real Clear Politics: He says he would buy Democrats to win the Senate at 30 percent. clare.malone: The Republican candidate in Ohio (Josh Mandel) is … natesilver: Democrats probably wouldn’t lose Florida, Micah.micah (Micah Cohen, politics editor): Greetings, colleagues! micah: So, Nate, you basically think Democrats need Alabama? clare.malone: OK, what are seats that Democrats hold that we think they are in danger of losing? clare.malone: But there’s also the fact that Team Trump could go all out and pool support against Manchin in that state if they wanted.For your consideration today: Do Democrats need to win the special election for Alabama’s Senate seat in order to have a chance to win control of the chamber in 2018? harry: I wouldn’t discount Florida myself, given that Rick Scott could spend more money than most Americans dream of seeing in a lifetime.To enroll online, you will need an email address and regular access to an Internet-connected computer. If you do not have an email address or regular access to an Internet-connected computer, please call the enrollment team at 800-382-6010 to enroll.The process will follow stages 1 through 4, as described above.The enrollment process is very simple, but completing these steps may take some time, so we encourage you to start as early as you can.Alabama Connections Academy admits students and conducts all educational programs, activities, and employment practices without discrimination on the basis of sex, race, religion, age, national origin, ancestry, creed, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected classification.“We’ve all done enjoyable projects separately in the years since our last tour, but we all realize we’re stronger as a unit.” “And then as we talked,” says Randy, “we started talking about a CD project and maybe getting some other artists involved.”The format they chose enables them to celebrate those humble beginnings and their stratospheric accomplishments.Of the former, Jeff says, “I don’t think we thought too far ahead.