The Alabama Music Office

The Alabama Music Office (AMO) was founded to promote Alabama music and musicians. AMO provides Alabama’s largest music database which is used as an information clearinghouse for the Alabama music industry. The AMO serves the Alabama music industry by using its Made in Alabama Referral Network to promote the development of the music industry within the state. AMO also makes the public aware of Alabama’s music community.

The Alabama Music Industry Directory, provides thousands of listings of solo artists, bands, studios, musical instrument manufactures and other music-related companies and services. Our Made in Alabama Referral Network serves as a clearinghouse for music events, radio stations, media and other varied music contacts.

Alabama Music Office is telling the world about Alabama music every day and keeping the Alabama music industry constantly informed of changes in the world of music.

Jerry W. Henry and Sylvia Parker are the lovers of Alabama music who created and maintain the Alabama Music Office website. If you like the work they are doing please consider making a donation to help keep the site going.

About Alabama Music

Many artists in the realms of Rock, Country, Rhythm and Blues and pop have emerged from Alabama over the past 50 years, including Wilson Pickett, Toni Tennille, Percy Sledge, Tommy Shaw of Styx, Martha Reeves of Martha and the Vandellas, the Southern Rock/Pop/R&B band Wet Willie, the Rock band Brother Cane, the Power Pop band Hotel of Birmingham, Bill McCorvey of the Country band Pirates of the Mississippi, and songwriter/producer Walt Aldridge. The Commodores and their former front man Lionel Richie both hail from Tuskegee. Rick Hall, founder of FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals is a well-known producer of classic R&B, Pop & Country music from the 1960s through the 1980s...

Musicians of Alabama

Eddie Kendricks: Alabama’s Soulful Crooner and Motown Icon

Wilson Pickett: Alabama’s Soulful Shouter and R&B Legend

Chuck Leavell: Alabama’s Piano Virtuoso and Rock ‘n’ Roll Stalwart

Lionel Richie: Alabama’s Musical Maestro and Global Icon

Jimmy Hall: Alabama’s Blues Rock Maestro and Musical Virtuoso

Candi StatonCandi Staton: Alabama’s Soulful Songstress and Gospel QueenCandi Staton

Hank Williams Sr.: The Legendary Voice of Alabama’s Musical Heritage

Emmylou Harris: Alabama’s Angelic Voice and Country Music Pioneer

Jimmy Johnson: Alabama’s Guitar Virtuoso and Blues Rock Pioneer

Eddie Levert: The Soulful Voice of Alabama’s Musical Legacy