Oak Ridge Boys

Oak Ridge Boys

With over forty years of country-gospel hits and countless industry accolades in tow, the Oak Ridge Boys bring their special brand of country gospel to the Fallsview Casino Resort this July. Concertgoers will be treated to great performances of hits like 'Come On In,' 'You're The One In A Million,' 'American Made,' 'Bobbie Sue,' 'Elvira' and 'Everyday.'

Humble Beginnings

The Oak Ridge Boys are an American country and gospel vocal group. The group originally came together in the 1940s, first forming as a gospel quartet under the name, the Oak Ridge Quartet. During the 1950s, they enjoyed popularity in the southern gospel scene. By the early 1960s, they changed their name to the Oak Ridge Boys and eventually transitioned into the country music scene by the mid-1970s.

The current line up, consisting of Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban, has mostly performed together since 1973. After a slow career period following the 1980s, the group eventually found success again in 2000, when they signed to Spring Hill Records and released plenty of material throughout the 2000s. Today, the Oak Ridge Boys continue to tour, perform and record music.

Career Accomplishments

The Oak Ridge Boy's decades long career has produced several popular hits, including 'Come On In,' 'You're The One In A Million,' 'American Made,' 'Bobbie Sue,' 'Elvira' and 'Everyday.'

In 2013, the Oak Ridge Boys current lineup celebrated their 40th anniversary, commemorating the occasion with a 40th Anniversary tour, CD project, a network television special and a cruise dedicated to the band. Last year, they released their first live album, Boys Night Out, through Cleopatra Records.

The Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum recently announced that they will induct the Oak Ridge Boys into the Country Music Hall of Fame during this year's Medallion Ceremony.


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6380 Fallsview Blvd.
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