Last night the elements invaded the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater in a major way. Earth, Wind and Fire brought out all of Tuscaloosa and beyond. The crowd enjoyed over 50 years of memories and incredible music that included 23 albums.

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EWF has “scored eight number one hits and have sold over 100 million albums worldwide.” The list of fan favorites is pretty long but definitely includes “September,” “Let’s Groove,” Shining Star,” “After the Love Has Gone,” and many others.

The crowd was full of energy. Some concertgoers even dressed up for the occasion in the true 70s and 80s wardrobe. A few folks even grabbed their blankets to keep warm while jamming to EWF.

Regina who traveled from Montgomery said that it was a “magical night” and that she had so much “fun reliving her EWF memories.”

Earth, Wind, and Fire have “won an impressive nine Grammy Awards,” including one in 2012 for “Lifetime Achievement.” If you have never had the opportunity to see EWF in person, it is a total experience. It’s legendary because Earth, Wind & Fire has “consistently made music that has bridged the gap among all generations and nationalities.”

Danielle said that “seeing Earth, Wind and Fire here in Tuscaloosa was an amazing experience and everything I hoped for. It great to see these legends live - they really did their thing! They played all my favorite songs and we had a great time.”

Don’t forget there are tons of Earth, Wind and Fire TikTok Challenges too! You should join in on the fun.

Of course, our Tuscaloosa photography star Skip Baumhower was there to capture all the action.

(Source) Tuscaloosa Amphitheater Press Release. Also, click here for more about Earth, Wind and Fire.

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