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Alabama 3 Acoustic Lewes Con Club, Lewes

Thursday 2nd November 2017
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Alabama 3 Fan Reviews (4) 4.8
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"Amazing Alabama"
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Alabama 3, Concorde 2, Brighton - 14th May 2017

Fantastic performance. Cool venue with a sea view

Posted by Gilliananne on 15/05/2017

"Great"
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Alabama 3, Concorde 2, Brighton - 14th May 2017

Alabama 3 were great - lost one star because we felt the vocals were a bit lost in the mix. Really enjoyed the chosen tracks, mix of old and new (missed Mao Tse Tung Said though....) danced all night....
venue is good - very hot and sweaty - tricky to see if you're at the back, but worth it for the energy and atmosphere

Posted by Rosy99 on 15/05/2017

"Great evening!!!"
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Alabama 3, Concorde 2, Brighton - 14th May 2017

Fantastic performance in a brilliant venue with a great atmosphere *****

Posted by Gerry on 15/05/2017

"Best live band"
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Alabama 3, O2 Academy Sheffield, Sheffield - 13th May 2017

A3 are always the highlight of my gigging year but they exelled themselves in Sheffield on Saturday. They have a real honesty in their music and the way they relate to the audience. Can't wait for Hull on Friday.

Posted by Val148 on 15/05/2017

Alabama 3 describe themselves as “a pop band, a punk rock, blues and country techno situationist crypto-Marxist-Leninist electro band” and are perhaps most famous for the song “Woke Up This Morning” which was used by hit HBO show The Sopranos for the opening credits.

Catch them when they make a rare acoustic performance at Lewes Con Club on Thursday 2nd of November, 2017.

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Originally from Brixton, not America, the band was founded by Larry Love, AKA Rob Spragg and The Very Reverend Dr. D. Wayne Love, AKA Jake Bugg. Breaking through in the mid Nineties, Alabama 3 stood apart from the rest producing a radio friendly Trip Hop sound accompanied with sardonic lyrics littered with pop culture references.

Initially named First Presleyterian Church of Elvis the Divine (UK), they were forced to change their name from after being perceived by the press as a novelty act. Their debut album, Exile On Coldharbour Lane, is a knowing reference to Exile On Main St by The Rolling Stones.
They have gone on to confuse and amuse ever since producing an impressive nine studio albums and fourteen singles.

Being so witty, complex and clever, it is no surprise that they would leave some confused. NME declared them “A monumental waste of time” - something they still proudly display on their website.

But they’ve not been lost on everyone. Famous fans include Stephen King “The thought of not having Alabama 3 fills me with horror” and Irvine Welsh, author of Trainspotting and Filth, who said "This is the first band I could ever dance to in the daytime hours without chemical assistance...and that says a lot".

Expect euphoria. Expect your mind to be expanded. Expect the unexpected. Get your Alabama 3 concert tickets now before they’re gone! Gigantic has a huge array of essential gig tickets so stick with us for a fantastic experience.

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