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|Sep 27||Blind Boys of Alabama||Musical Instrument Museum Phoenix, Arizona||Find Tickets|
|Nov 28||The Blind Boys of Alabama||Weinberg Center for the Arts Frederick, Maryland||Find Tickets|
|Nov 30||The Blind Boys of Alabama Holiday Tour||Wilbur Theatre Boston, Massachusetts||Find Tickets|
|Dec 6||The Blind Boys of Alabama||Symphony Hall Atlanta Atlanta, Georgia||Find Tickets|
|Dec 8||The Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show||Roy Thomson Hall Toronto, CAN||Find Tickets|
|Dec 13||Go Tell It On The Mountain: The Blind Boys of Alabama Christmas Show with special guest Ruthie Foster||The Sheldon Saint Louis, Missouri||Find Tickets|
|Dec 15||The Blind Boys of Alabama||Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center Dallas, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 20||Blind Boys of Alabama||SFJAZZ San Francisco, California||Find Tickets|
|Dec 21||The Blind Boys of Alabama||Wells Fargo Center for the Arts Santa Rosa, California||Find Tickets|
|Dec 23||The Blind Boys of Alabama||California Center for the Arts, Escondido Escondido, California||Find Tickets|
|Feb 15||The Blind Boys of Alabama & Mavis Staples||McCoy Community Center for the Arts New Albany, Ohio||Find Tickets|
Inspirational, heart-felt, and homegrown; The Bind Boys of Alabama have captivated audiences since forming in 1939. The majority of the band-members, including the three lead vocalists, are blind. The group formed at the Alabama Institute of the Blind and Deaf as students and have been recording and touring together for seventy years! The Blind Boys of Alabama tour dates are currently scheduled and will have the blues-gospel group playing at select venues throughout 2011. Don't miss a date on The Blind Boys of Alabama concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for The Blind Boys of Alabama tour dates and venue information.
The Blind Boys of Alabama released their debut album, I Can See Everybody's Mother But Mine, in 1948 and have been a consistent force on the Gospel scene ever since. After fifty years in the industry, The Blind Boys of Alabama received national attention in the 2000s. They won four Grammy Awards for Best Traditional Soul Gospel Album between 2002 and 2005 and received the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009.
Their mainstream attention continued throughout the decade and their music was featured in TV shows such as The Wire and Lost. In 2010, The Blind Boys of Alabama were invited to performed for President Obama alongside Bob Dylan, Natalie Cole, and Smokey Robinson. Most recently, the band released Take The HIgh Road in April, 2011 and embarked on a national Australian tour. Currently on tour in the US, The Blind Boys of Alabama concert schedule has performances scheduled throughout the year. Don't miss a date on The Blind Boys of Alabama concert schedule (2011); Use Eventful as your source for The Blind Boys of Alabama tour dates and venue information.
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