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Founding member Jeff Cook, who's been battling Parkinson’s disease, will be onstage this week.

Country favorites Alabama will be at full strength for three shows at Wynn

December 11th, 2017

Founding member Jeff Cook, who's been battling Parkinson’s disease, will be onstage this week.

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