The Oak Ridge Boys are an American country and gospel vocal quartet. The group was founded in the 1940s as the Oak Ridge Quartet. They became popular in southern gospel during the 1950s. Their name was changed to the Oak Ridge Boys in the early 1960s, and they remained a gospel group until the mid-1970s, when they changed their image and concentrated on country music.
Greatest Hits is the fifth country album by the Oak Ridge Boys, released in 1980. It compiled most of their hits from their first four albums (1977 to 1980). You're the One" (Bob Morrison) (3:01) from the album Y'all Come Back Saloon. I'll Be True to You" (Alan Rhody) (3:42) From the album Y'all Come Back Saloon. Trying to Love Two Women" (Sonny Throckmorton) (2:32) from the album Together. Cryin' Again" (Rafe VanHoy, Don Cook) (2:41) from the album Room Service.
Together is the fourth country studio album by The Oak Ridge Boys, released in 1980. Whiskey Lady" (Glenn Ashworth, Gregg Owen, Dana Sigmon, Jack Watts). Ready to Take My Chances" (Helen Cornelius, Dewayne Orender). Trying to Love Two Women" (Sonny Throckmorton). Heart of Mine" (Michael Foster). Beautiful You" (Dave Hanner). Take This Heart" (Robin Batteau). Love Takes Two" (Red Lane, Danny Morrison). A Little More Like Me (The Crucifixion)" (Throckmorton).
Album by The Oak Ridge Boys. The Old Country Church. No One Cared So Much. I Don't Mind My Journey. Help Me Not To Complain. Without God. Lead Me To Calvary. You'll Never Walk Alone. I'll Wake Up On The Other Side. I'll Shake The Hand Of the Lord.
The Oak Ridge Boys is an American musical group. Originally a gospel group, The Oak Ridge Boys switched its focus to country music in the mid-1970s, releasing a string of hit albums and singles that lasted into the early 1990s. Their discography comprises thirty-one studio albums and fifty-six singles. Their highest-selling album is 1981's Fancy Free, which is certified double-platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). Of The Oak Ridge Boys' singles, seventeen reached Number One on the Billboard country singles charts . The Best of The Oak Ridge Boys. Release date: June 22, 1993.
The Oak Ridge Boys performing in 2007. Shooter Jennings, the son of the late country music legend Waylon Jennings, asked the Oak Ridge Boys to collaborate with him on his 2007 album The Wolf. Jennings introduced the group to record producer Dave Cobb, and invited them to a performance . The record reached on country album charts, the band's highest ranking since their 1988 album Monongahela. The album also stood at on the Billboard 200, the group's first top 100 activity and highest ranking on the chart since the 1983 album American Made.
Their name was officially changed to the Oak Ridge Boys in 1961, and they remained a gospel-oriented group until the mid-1970s when they changed their image and concentrated on country music.