Randy Owen Writes His Memoirs

Randy Owen, lead singer of the legendary group Alabama, will release his autobiography Born Country, Nov. 11.

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The book chronicles Randy’s life from his humble beginnings in northeast Alabama to forming the band Wild Country with his cousin Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook. The group that became Alabama was eventually inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. “This book was really something important for me to do for my family,” Randy says. “We touched on every segment of my life.” Randy’s solo album, One on One, will also hit stores on Nov. 11.

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