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The innovative English music group Alabama 3 from have long been known for their fusion of many musical styles, integrating humour and irony into their captivating and outrageous live performances. The band will be travelling from Brixton to Liverpool’s O2 Academy for a live show on Sunday the 16th of November where they will be joined by a selection of special guests.
Founded by Jake Black and Rob Spragg at an acid house party in Peckham, Alabama 3 are most well known for their track ‘Woke Up This Morning’, which was consequently chosen to be used as the theme track for the hit TV series The Sopranos. Integrating elements of blues, rock and electronic music from acid house to techno, this is a suit the band followed for many of their other releases that have been spread over ten albums, the majority of which have all charted in the UK Album Chart.
Alabama 3’s music has been used in a plethora of films and on other television programmes, aside from The Sopranos theme, probably thanks to their style that generates great anticipation and encourages an adventurous attitude. Their self-described energy that will make you feel good unfolds through crazy stage acting and an incessant want to keep the party going. In their own words, “The party ain’t never over. Not till you’re sitting on the toilet in a big nappy with a rancid quarter pounder in your fat, cold, dead, dead, emerald-encrusted hand”. That statement just about speaks for itself.