Stars Fell On Alabama - featuring Stars from Alabama





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Published on Feb 16, 2008

Stars Fell On Alabama


Featuring musical stars from Alabama:

* Country group Alabama from Ft. Payne
* Hank Ballard & The Midniters from Bessemer
* Boyd Bennett (of Muscle Shoals) & The Rockets
* Blind Boys of Alabama from Talladega
* Jimmy Buffett from Mobile
* Clarence Carter of Montgomery
* Nat "King" Cole from Montgomery
* The Commodores from Tuskegee
* Delmore Brothers from Elkmont
* "The Singing Senator" Bobby Denton from Cherokee
* Eddie "Knock On Wood" Floyd from Montgomery
* Brewton's William Lee Golden of The Oak Ridge Boys
* The Happy Goodmans & Vestal Goodman of Fyffe
* Vern "The Voice" Gosdin of Woodland
* "Father of The Blues" William Christopher Handy from Florence
* Emmylou Harris from Birmingham
* Freddie "Easy Lovin'" Hart from Loachapoka
* Erskine "Tuxedo Junction" Hawkins of Ensley
* Big Jake Hess (with the Statesmen Quartet) from Athens
* Decatur boy Charlie "Cholly" Hodge with his Army buddy, Elvis
* Hackleburg's Sonny James with Sylacauga son Jim Nabors
* Alabama boys Bobby Goldsboro (from Dothan) with Florence native Buddy Killen
* Birmingham's Baker Knight (songwriter "The Girls All Get Prettier At Closing Time," "Lonesome Town" & "Wonder of You")
* Sand Mountain (Henagar) boys, The Louvin Brothers
* Songwriter Roger Murrah from Athens
* Jim Nabors again
* Shots of Shoals recording studios
* Sherrill Nielsen, originally from Montgomery with wife Brenda; Sherrill with The Statesmen and onstage with Elvis
* The Coasters' Bobby Nunn of Birmingham
* Florence native Sam Phillips with Elvis & his Sun Studios/Memphis Recording Service business partner, Marion Keisker
* "Wicked" Wilson Pickett from Prattville
* Jasper native Sandy Posey
* Jackson County's Curly Putman (songwriter - "Green Green Grass of Home")
* Martha Reeves (from Eufaula) with The Vandellas
* Tuskegee's Lionel Richie
* Geiger-born "Blue Yodeler" Jimmie Rodgers, "The Singing Brakeman" & "Father of Country Music"
* Monroeville's Ray Sawyer, lead singer of Dr. Hook & The Medicine Show
* Montgomery's Tommy Shaw (Styx, Damn Yankees, Shaw Blades)
* Northwest Alabama's Shenandoah
* Leighton's Percy Sledge
* The Speer Family of Double Springs
* Muscle Shoals' Swampers
* Temptations (members Eddie Kendricks, Paul Williams, Dennis Edwards, Melvin Franklin, and Ollie Woodson - all Alabama natives)
* Toni Tennille from Montgomery
* Montgomery native Willie Mae "Big Mama" Thornton (original release of "Hound Dog")
* Boaz native Jack Toney with The Statesmen
* Boaz native Pat Upton of Spiral Starecase ("More Today Than Yesterday") & Rick Nelson's Stone Canyon Band
* Tuscaloosa's Dinah Washington, "Queen of The Blues"
* Mobile's Wet Willie ("Weekend," "Keep On Smilin'")
* Georgiana's Hank Williams
* Tammy Wynette of Red Bay

* ...these are only a handful. Couldn't include them all!

Visit: www.alamhof.org

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