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Echoes Of The South
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Almost Home
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Down in New Orleans
$9.89
Higher Ground
$13.39
Duets
$19.99
Oh Lord, Stand By Me/Marching Up To Z...
$6.74
Timeless Gospel Classics Vol. 4
$5.91
Blind Boys of Alabama
$18.51
Deep River
$3.33
1948-1951
$16.99
The Blind Boys of Alabama's tour

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The Blind Boys of Alabama
4 months ago
Blind Boys of Alabama are sailing next January 2025 on the Big Easy Cruise with Trombone Shorty, The Allman Betts Band, and many more! Enjoy over 75 LIVE performances andmore
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Fan Reviews

Browny
January 14th 2024
The Blind Boys of Alabama are awesome If you have not had a chance to see them live, they must put it on your to do list.♥️♥️♥️
Fort Lauderdale, FL@
Holland America
Ammon
December 12th 2023
The Perfect way to kick off your Christmas season. Standing ovation performance. They are Grammy winning performers for a reason, and will not disappoint. Jazz Alley had fantastic food and atmosphere. I will for sure go watch them every time they come back.
Seattle, WA@
Jazz Alley
Polly
December 9th 2023
Fantastic show, fabulous dinner, loved every moment. Do not miss the amazing Blind Boys!!
Seattle, WA@
Jazz Alley
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About The Blind Boys of Alabama

Hailed as "gospel titans" by Rolling Stone, the Blind Boys first rose to fame in the segregated south with their thrilling vocal harmonies and roof-raising live show. They released their debut single, "I Can See Everybody’s Mother But Mine," on the iconic Veejay label in 1948, launching a 70-year recording career that would see them rack up five GRAMMY Awards (plus one for Lifetime Achievement), enter the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, collaborate with everyone from Mavis Staples and Stevie Wonder to Prince and Lou Reed, and perform on the world's most prestigious stages. It would be difficult to overstate the Blind Boys' influence on their contemporaries and the generations that came after. The New York Times said that they "came to epitomize what is known as jubilee singing, a livelier breed of gospel music," adding that "they made it zestier still by adding jazz and blues idioms and turning up the volume, creating a sound…like the rock 'n' roll that grew out of it." TIME Magazine raved that "they're always hunting for - and finding - the perfect note or harmony that lifts an old tune into the sublime," while The Washington Post praised their "soul-stirring harmonies" and "range of cross-genre collaborations," and The New Yorker simply called them "legendary."

"When the Blind Boys started out, we weren't even thinking about all these accolades and all that stuff," founding member Jimmy Carter told NPR. "We just wanted to get out and sing gospel and tell the world about gospel music." Mission accomplished!
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Genres:
Contempary, Gospel, Spiritual
Band Members:
and Paul Beasely, Ricky McKinnie, Jimmy Carter, Joey Williams, Ben Moore
Hometown:
Birmingham, Alabama

No upcoming shows in your city
Send a request to The Blind Boys of Alabama to play in your city
Request a Show

concerts and tour dates

Upcoming
Past

Live Photos of The Blind Boys of Alabama

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Latest Posts

The Blind Boys of Alabama
4 months ago
Blind Boys of Alabama are sailing next January 2025 on the Big Easy Cruise with Trombone Shorty, The Allman Betts Band, and many more! Enjoy over 75 LIVE performances andmore
View More Posts

Merch (ad)

Echoes Of The South
$14.98
Almost Home
$28.71
Down in New Orleans
$9.89
Higher Ground
$13.39
Duets
$19.99
Oh Lord, Stand By Me/Marching Up To Z...
$6.74
Timeless Gospel Classics Vol. 4
$5.91
Blind Boys of Alabama
$18.51
Deep River
$3.33
1948-1951
$16.99
The Blind Boys of Alabama's tour

Fan Reviews

Browny
January 14th 2024
The Blind Boys of Alabama are awesome If you have not had a chance to see them live, they must put it on your to do list.♥️♥️♥️
Fort Lauderdale, FL@
Holland America
Ammon
December 12th 2023
The Perfect way to kick off your Christmas season. Standing ovation performance. They are Grammy winning performers for a reason, and will not disappoint. Jazz Alley had fantastic food and atmosphere. I will for sure go watch them every time they come back.
Seattle, WA@
Jazz Alley
Polly
December 9th 2023
Fantastic show, fabulous dinner, loved every moment. Do not miss the amazing Blind Boys!!
Seattle, WA@
Jazz Alley
View More Fan Reviews

About The Blind Boys of Alabama

Hailed as "gospel titans" by Rolling Stone, the Blind Boys first rose to fame in the segregated south with their thrilling vocal harmonies and roof-raising live show. They released their debut single, "I Can See Everybody’s Mother But Mine," on the iconic Veejay label in 1948, launching a 70-year recording career that would see them rack up five GRAMMY Awards (plus one for Lifetime Achievement), enter the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, collaborate with everyone from Mavis Staples and Stevie Wonder to Prince and Lou Reed, and perform on the world's most prestigious stages. It would be difficult to overstate the Blind Boys' influence on their contemporaries and the generations that came after. The New York Times said that they "came to epitomize what is known as jubilee singing, a livelier breed of gospel music," adding that "they made it zestier still by adding jazz and blues idioms and turning up the volume, creating a sound…like the rock 'n' roll that grew out of it." TIME Magazine raved that "they're always hunting for - and finding - the perfect note or harmony that lifts an old tune into the sublime," while The Washington Post praised their "soul-stirring harmonies" and "range of cross-genre collaborations," and The New Yorker simply called them "legendary."

"When the Blind Boys started out, we weren't even thinking about all these accolades and all that stuff," founding member Jimmy Carter told NPR. "We just wanted to get out and sing gospel and tell the world about gospel music." Mission accomplished!
Show More
Genres:
Contempary, Gospel, Spiritual
Band Members:
and Paul Beasely, Ricky McKinnie, Jimmy Carter, Joey Williams, Ben Moore
Hometown:
Birmingham, Alabama

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