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Album Review

After a five-decade career topping the country, gospel, and pop charts on regular occasions, and selling some 41 million albums, it's a bit surprising to realize that 2014's Boys Night Out is the first-ever live album from the Oak Ridge Boys. Featuring the group's big hits "Bobbie Sue," "You’re the One," "American Made," "Elvira," and more, the album was drawn from several concerts the Boys did in 2013, and shows that they're singing and performing as well as ever.

Customer Reviews

Boys Night Out!!!!

This is a great choice of songs for a live album! I'm happy they included Make My Life With You! The Oak Ridge Boys always put 100% into everything they do, and this is no different! It is a must have!

Love it!!!!!!!

Wow! Nothing can compare to actually being at an Oak Ridge Boys concert, but this comes pretty close. I will just close my eyes and imagine I'm at one of their shows while I listen. I LOVE IT!

Love It!!

The Oaks studio tracks are awesome, but hearing a live rendition completely changes the feeling of the music. This live album captures that energy!!! So good!!!

Biography

Formed: 1947 in Oak Ridge, TN

Genre: Country

Years Active: '40s, '50s, '60s, '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

One of the longest-running groups in country music, the Oak Ridge Boys started life as a gospel quartet before gradually modernizing their style and moving into secular country-pop. Yet even at the height of their popularity in the late '70s and early '80s — when they were big enough to cross over to the pop charts — their sound always remained deeply rooted in country gospel harmony. Their existence dates all the way back to World War II, circa 1942-1943, when a Knoxville, TN, group...
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