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The Oak Ridge Boys live album on the way

The Oak Ridge Boys finally deliver a live album to fans in 2014
The Oak Ridge Boys finally deliver a live album to fans in 2014
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The Oak Ridge Boys have been delighting crowds with both gospel and country music since the 1940s, but never before has there been a way for fans to enjoy their live sound outside of concert venues until now. In 2014, The Oak Ridge Boys will release their first live album “Boys Night Out.”

The album will feature one of the band’s most popular hits of all time, “Elvira,” which was hugely popular in the 1980s, along with many other well-known Oak Ridge Boys hits. The full “Boys Night Out” track list is as follows:

  1. You’re The One
  2. American Made
  3. (I’m Settin’) Fancy Free
  4. Love Song
  5. Y’all Come Back Saloon
  6. Sail Away
  7. Dream On
  8. This Crazy Love
  9. Trying To Love Two Women
  10. Come On In
  11. Make My Life With You
  12. Thank God For Kids
  13. Elvira
  14. Bobbie Sue

Though the Oak Ridge Boys changed members a few times in their early years, their sound has remained a familiar part of country music history, especially with Joe Bonsall leading so many popular hits and Richard Sterban’s bass voice forever stamped on songs such as “Elvira” (“Giddy up a oom poppa oom poppa mow mow”). The live album will finally bring the excitement of an Oak Ridge Boys performance into the living rooms of their fans.

“Boys Night Out” will be released April 15 on CD, vinyl, and as a digital download.

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