When it comes to random popular musical attractions, we’ve covered everything from the ABBA Museum in Stockholm, the Ramones Museum in Berlin, Oklahoma’s Roger Miller Museum and of course Frank Sinatra’s “last towel” display at Atlantic City’s White House Sub Shop. But what about strange and random music memorials? I couldn’t name one song by the musical group Alabama, but that doesn’t mean they’re not popular. Proving once again that most people’s musical choices are questionable, the band has sold over 75 million albums. Anyway, four bronze statues, located at Gault Avenue and Fourth Street in downtown Fort Payne (the band’s hometown), depict founding members Randy Owen, Teddy Gentry, Jeff Cook and Mark Herndon. The statues don’t really stand together as a group; there is an almost odd separation between them, which must mean that one has significant body odor. If Alabama can be celebrated in statue form, let’s hope other horrible American state and city bands, like Kansas, Boston and Chicago, get their recognition too.