The Oak Ridge Boys Tickets

The Oak Ridge Boys concert is not to be missed because the boys really pour their heart and soul into singing. The boys cannot sing better than on their fortieth anniversary tour because, like fine wine, their voice has become better with age.

In appreciation of its glorious voice, the group has garnered an Academy of Country Music Award for Top Vocal Group in 1978. Also, the group has twice won the GMA Dove Award in the category of Male Group of the Year in the early seventies. Other than that, the quartet has won three Grammy Awards for Talk about the Good Times, Baptism of Jesse Taylor and Where the Soul Never Dies. Not only this, the boys have also won a Grammy for the Best Traditional Gospel Performance – Just a Little Talk with Jesus in 1978. The Country Music Association has recognized the group’s talent by honoring it twice with the Instrumental Group of the Year Award in 1978 and 1986.
Formed in 1947 as the Oak Ridge Quartet, Oak Ridge Boys is an amazing pop country and gospel group comprising of Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban. During the 1950s, the musicians became popular as the southern gospel artists and continued to perform in this genre until the mid seventies, when they shifted their focus to country music. The boys have been together for nearly forty years but their music never gets old.
Released in March 1981, the group’s fifth studio album, Fancy Free is one of the first albums to achieve multi-platinum certification in the US. The album has topped the U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums chart and reached the U.S. Billboard 200 chart at number fourteen. Some of the hit singles of the album include Elvira, (I'm Settin') Fancy Free and Somewhere in the Night. The singles, Elvira and (I'm Settin') Fancy Free have peaked at number one on the U.S. Country Charts.  The group has also received the Academy of Country Music Award and Country Music Association Award for the song, Elvira.
In February 1982, the quartet released its seventh studio album, Bobbie Sue that climbed the U.S. Billboard Top Country Albums chart at number one and the U.S. Billboard 200 chart at number twenty. Some of the successful singles of the album include Bobbie Sue, So Fine and I Wish You Could Have Turned My Head. The album’s self-titled single, Bobbie Sue became a crossover hit debuting at number one on the country charts and number twelve on the pop charts. In May 2001, the quartet released through the Spring Hill Music label a full length gospel album, From the Heart that has also received a Country Album of the Year Award in 2002.
For two continuous hours, the boys belt out their non-stop hits one-after-the-other in an amazing manner. You would love every moment of the concert especially when the boys pay tribute to the service men and women.  Duane Alen brings tears to the eyes of many attendees especially when he sings the song, It takes a Little Rain. Other than that, it is a very energetic and uplifting concert experience that you cannot afford to miss.
People who have attended the Oak Ridge Boys concert before leave the arena with a smile on their face and a desire for more songs. If you have never been to their concert before, book your Oak Ridge Boys tickets now. The group is still at the top of its game on the fortieth anniversary tour. So, you do not need to think twice before booking your deals because you will not return disappointed. The avid fans who have grown up listening to their music and still love it to this day are again returning to book their share of the Oak Ridge Boys tickets.