OAK RIDGE BOYS - AUTOGRAPHED INSCRIBED PHOTOGRAPH CO-SIGNED BY: OAK RIDGE BOYS (DUANE ALLEN), OAK RIDGE BOYS (JOE BONSALL), OAK RIDGE BOYS (RICH STERBAN), OAK RIDGE BOYS (WILLIAM LEE GOLDEN) - HFSID 89024
THE OAK RIDGE BOYS Inscribed to a fan, the country quartet sign this captioned color publicity photo Inscribed Photograph signed: "To David William Lee Golden", "Duane/Allen", "'Joe Bonsall" and "Richard/Sterban". Color, 10x8.
Sale Price $252.00
THE OAK RIDGE BOYS
Inscribed to a fan, the country quartet sign this captioned color publicity photo
Inscribed Photograph signed: "To David William Lee Golden", "Duane/Allen", "'Joe Bonsall" and "Richard/Sterban". Color, 10x8. Formed in 1961 in Oak Ridge, Tennessee, the Oak Ridge Boys underwent an image makeover in the late 1960s, growing their hair long and singing almost nothing but pop-oriented material. In the early 1970s, they gradually incorporated more gospel back into their repertoire. In 1973, DUANE ALLEN (lead vocals), JOE BONSALL (tenor), WILLIAM LEE GOLDEN (baritone), and RICHARD STERBAN (bass) made their first entry in the country charts with Johnny Cash's "Praise the Lord and Pass the Soup". In 1987, Golden, who had been with the group since 1964, was fired by the rest of the group, who believed that his burly appearance and long beard no longer fit their image. Fine condition.
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