Oak Ridge Boys

Oak Ridge Boys

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American music group the Oak Ridge Boys was founded in 1945 and they are still active. The music group was focused on gospel genre at first, however, they switched to country music in order to achieve more popularity. The group emerged on the country music scene at the end of the 1970s and quickly gained the success. Their second album Y'all Come Back Saloon has produced a hit single number one - "I'll Be True to You". In total, the group topped the Country chart for 17 times. Some other top singles include such songs like "Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight", "Trying to Love Two Women", "Elvira", "Fancy Free", "Bobbie Sue", "American Made" and others. You can download the Definitive Collection of the Oak Ridge Boys in mp3 from our site. The ban’s members are Duane Allen (lead singer, second tenor), Joe Bonsall (tenor), William Lee Golden (baritone) and Richard Sterban (bass).


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