Life with Members of "Alabama" Band

Exclusive Interviews with Teddy Gentry and Jeff Cook

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By Jessica Gertler

CBS 8 News travels to Fort Payne to catch up with Jeff Cook and Teddy Gentry, two members of the legendary band "Alabama", to find out what life is like for these famous musicians.

Teddy Gentry has a farm full of pigs, cows, chickens and his cats. Gentry bought his family's cotton farm and brought in cattle. He named his farm after his grandfather and kept this house that he was raised in.

Down the road, Jeff Cook is at his studio. Cook spends a lot of his time behind an instrument. He's put out a Christmas CD that his wife Lisa sings on and has started another band called "Jeff Cook and the Allstar Goodtime Band."

Click here to check out Jeff Cook's music
Click here to find out more about Teddy Gentry's cattle business

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