The Oak Ridge Boys come to Inn of the Mountain Gods th June 4, 2016
The year was 1973…
-George Steinbrenner bought the New York Yankees.
-George Foreman TKO’d Joe Frazier in two for the heavyweight championship.
-George Brett of the Kansas City Royals got his first major league hit.
-And Joe Bonsall, Richard Sterban, Duane Allen, and William Lee Golden came together as The Oak Ridge Boys!
Now, 43 years later, the Oaks have become America’s perennial music group, still performing nearly 150 shows annually, releasing new music, and making new fans.
After the Oak Ridge Boys released a Gospel-flavored song about a saloon, the Oaks broke into Country music with no holds barred. They created their own brand, proudly combining their Gospel background with a predisposition to Rock ‘n Roll and an eye for the future.
Today, the band has records and tours with many of the industry’s most respected entertainers, including Paul Simon, Johnny Cash, and Ray Charles, 8 career Dove Awards, and an induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, among other notable recognitions that span their 43 year career.
Come out and hear hits like “Elivira,” “Bobbie Sue,” and “American Made,” from one of the last and greatest traditional country vocal groups that have stood the test of time and are as American branded as Harley, Apple Pie and our Flag!
Don’t miss the Oak Ridge Boys, as he takes the stage at Inn of the Mountain Gods on Saturday, June 4. Tickets starting at just $25.
Minors must be accompanied by an adult.