Fyffe is a town in DeKalb County, Alabama, United States. It was incorporated in 1956. At the 2010 census the population was 1,018. Fyffe is located atop Sand Mountain.
Fyffe was founded in the 1880s. The origin of the name "Fyffe" is obscure, though it was apparently suggested by the Postal Service when the post office was established. A high school was established shortly afterward in 1917.
In 1959, Fyffe hosted the National Sacred Harp Singing Convention, a gathering of Sacred Harp musicians from around the region. Noted musicologist Alan Lomax recorded many of the performances at the convention.
An EF4 tornado struck this city on April 27, 2011, touching down in Lakeview, initially causing structural damage to small buildings and snapping trees. It grew in intensity, causing major structural damage to several homes and buildings before moving on to Rainsville, where damage was even more extensive.
Fyffe is located at 34°26′49″N 85°54′24″W.