The Oak Ridge Boys' Duane Allen & "Rock Of Ages"...

published 5 years ago by Lance Yelvington Jr.

The Oak Ridge Boys all got the bug to sing early on from the time they spent in church. These early influential harmonies of the traditional Christian hymns helped inspire the Boys to be the success they are today. In this CyberCountry Minute Duane Allen of the Oak Ridge Boys talks to Lance Yelvington about putting together their new CD, "Rock Of Ages", and about Joe Bonsall's book about life on the road with the Oak Ridge Boys.

I might still waiting for cyber country. The Oak Ridge boys him in the face and like a lot of this they begin their life journey as well to sing music journey sitting in the pews of churches in this subculture minute doing Allen of the Oak Ridge boys is going to talk to us about their new CD rock of ages which is a collection of the old traditional tenant hints that you and I remember as well as a new book about life on the road with the UX. Well this all started with a phone call from bill Gaither. Bill Gaither called and said. You know I listen to a lot of country music. And I hear the Oak Ridge for saying in all of your head. Hit songs as the lead singer of the Oak Ridge boys you've all got 4 distinctively. Different voices but I recognize all of those voices if they come on in the middle of the night I know who he is. I wonder what it would sound like if I heard these voices singing. Songs just you grew up in church singing ...

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