Unforgettable Music

Alabama’s rich, historic music scene has shaped the soundtrack of American music. Southern inspiration from the Shoals to the Gulf Coast has given rise to many talented musicians in a variety of genres: soul, jazz, rock ‘n roll, country and blues. Many legends have been made here. Award-winning music can be found across the state with southern influence seeping into each melody. Tour hit-making studios, the birthplaces of numerous artists and museums dedicated to the preservation of the state’s musical legacy. Don’t believe us? Listen for yourself. You'll hear greats like W.C. Handy; Hank Williams, Sr.; Jason Isbell; Brittany Howard and many, many more.

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Whether it's going to concerts or touring historic recording studios, Alabama has some of the greatest music experiences waiting for you.

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Sounds of Alabama

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Alabama Music Hall of Fame

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Muscle Shoals Sound Studio

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FAME Recording Studio

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W.C. Handy Birthplace, Museum and Library

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Alabama Fan Club and Museum

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Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

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Alabama Music Hall of Fame

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Muscle Shoals Sound Studio

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FAME Recording Studio

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W.C. Handy Birthplace, Museum and Library

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Alabama Fan Club and Museum

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Alabama Jazz Hall of Fame

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Find an Alabama Music Experience

Explore music locations you should visit the next time you're here.
Theater
36 Church Street
Birmingham, AL 35213
We are so proud to be collaborating with Steeple Arts Academy, located in Crestline Village, Mountain Brook. With entertainment ideas that are fresh and innovative, we sit poised to hit high marks and bring Birmingham and Central ...
Shopping District
131 North Court Street
Prattville, AL 36067
The Daniel Pratt Historic District is full of shops, restaurants, and plenty of spaces to sit and enjoy the beauty of the former Continental Gin Factory and Autauga Creek.
Historic Site
1623 2nd Avenue North, Bessemer, AL 35020, USA
Bessemer, AL 35020
DeBardeleben Park is located in historic downtown Bessemer, Alabama. It's a beautiful 4 block park with green grass, trees for shade, gazebo, picnic tables, and historic statue.
Museum
600 18th Street North
Birmingham, AL 35203
Operated by the Alabama Historical Radio Society, the Don Kresge Memorial Museum allows visitors to see and listen to radios manufactured more than fifty years ago.
Museum
505 Raleigh Avenue
Sheffield, AL 35660