oak ridge boys

Oak Ridge Boys Perform for Ailing Former President George Bush by Phone
Serving one's country as president is certainly a high-pressure gig. But can come with continued "executive privilege" even after leaving office -- like having one of your favorite country groups perform for you on command when you're sick and need your spirits boosted. George H.W. Bush, who served as the 41st president in the 1990s, has been under the weather for about a month, so when
The Oak Ridge Boys Are the Grand Ole Opry’s Newest Inductees
Since they started making music together way back in 1947, the Oak Ridge Boys have topped the country charts more than 15 times, won four CMAs and a Grammy, and sold millions of records — but one honor has eluded them. Until last week, that is, when the Oak Ridge Boys — or “the Oaks,” as former President George Bush referred to them in a tribute filmed specially for the occasion — were inducted in
Y’all Come Back Legend (VIDEO)
Who's up for some Oak Ridge Boys? The Oak Ridge Boys are old...really old.  In fact, the foundation for the group began  in 1943 as "Wally Fowler and the Georgia Clodhoppers."  When Wally wanted to channel his energies into gospel music, he, along with Lon "Deacon" Freeman, Curly Kinsey, and Johnny New, formed the "Oak Ridge Quartet."