Oak Ridge Boys
Nashville, TN 1982
I know there used to be quite a few of these radio broadcasts posted here many years ago. If anybody can track them down and repost that would be awesome!
Oak Ridge Boys -
July 19, 1975
This is obviously a shortened show. I apologize for the poor quality on this show, as well as the short length of the show. This may be the worst quality of my shows. However, starting with the next concert I post, the quality will get better...
1968-10-18 2nd Annual Country Music Awards
Roy Rogers & Dale Evans - Medley: San Antonio Rose/Tennessee Waltz/Your Cheating Heart/You Are My Sunshine.
Chet Atkins - Porter Wagoner/Dolly Parton
Bobby Goldsboro - Honey
Johnny Cash - Folsom Prison Blues
Dick Clark - Chet...
a longer version of the NBC special, but still not the complete show
1979-10-16 Washington DC (Ford Theater): Country Superstars of the Seventies (TV)
Country Is (with Lynn Anderson, Glen Campbell, Roy Clark, Freddy Fender, Larry Gatlin & The Gatlin Bros, Tom T. Hall, Barbara Mandrell...
1982-03-22 CBS Spring Special: Cowboy Heroes (TV)
(from Kerrville, Tx; with June Carter, The Oak Ridge Boys; John Anderson; Glen Campbell, Arkey Blue)
Don't Take Your Guns to Town.
'Sons of the Pioneers'-Medley-with The Oak Ridge Boys.
-Way Out There.
-Shifting Whispering Sands...
Jerry Lee Lewis & Friends - 1982-05-09 - Nashville, TN
25 Years of JERRY LEE LEWIS: A Celebration
Tennessee Performing Arts Center
May 9th 1982
From Low Generation VHS
SOURCE: Torrent Download * > TMPGEnc Authoring Works 4 ** > VIDEO_TS...
Oak Ridge Boys
I apologize for the poor quality on this concert, as four of the six Oaks concerts I have from 1974-75 have very poor quality. I swear that when we get to concerts from their hitmaking years, the quality will be better.
01 - He's Gonna...
Video compression mode: [MKV,720p][H.264,AC3]
Size MB: 747
Total Run Time mn. 60:01
01.- Programme introduction
02.- Whole Lotta Shakin Gong On
03.- 39 Fnd Holding
04.- Get Rhythm...-Johnny Cash
05.- Blue Suede Shoes...-Carl Perkins
06.- Great Balls Of Fire...
This is a lossy version of the Oak Ridge Boys on Don Kirschner's Rock Concert in 1980. The Oaks were well into their shift to country music. In 1978, they had an album called "Room Service" which spawned two top five singles, "Cryin' Again" and "Come On In (Baby Take Your Coat Off)", and in...
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This is the lossy version of some songs from an Oak Ridge Boys concert in 1977 in Pontiac, MI. I don't know if this is the full concert, as it is only four songs. If they weren't opening for someone, I don't think this is the full concert, but being that this was the...
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The Oak Ridge Boys signed with Columbia Records in 1973, after a number of years with gospel label Heartwarming Records. They were trying to break into pop music with their message and gospel-themed songs, but were having kind of a hard time doing so. Columbia viewed them...
This is a lossy version of the Oak Ridge Boys' Austin City Limits concert in Austin from 1984. The Oaks were about to release a Greatest Hits package with two new songs on it, both of which were released as the two singles for the album. The first single, "Everyday", made it to number one on the...
This is a lossy version of an Oak Ridge Boys concert from Greensboro, NC on October 22, 1983 that was broadcast over the Silver Eagle Radio Network. The Oaks had lots of success with their "American Made" album they released earlier that year, and at the end of the year, they released yet...
This is a lossy version of the Oak Ridge Boys' 1983 Stars For Children benefit concert at Reunion Arena in Dallas, TX on July 21, 1983. The Oaks were following up the success they had in 1981 and 1982 with "Elvira" and "Bobbie Sue" with their first of two albums in 1983, this first one titled...
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This is a lossy audio version of the Oak Ridge Boys' Country Rock '82 concert that was broadcast on HBO. The Oaks were coming off of mega-success from their last two albums, "Fancy Free", which included the mega-hit "Elvira", and "Bobbie Sue", which included two top two country hits, "Bobbie...
This is a lossy version of the Oak Ridge Boys' Stars For Children benefit concert from June 18, 1982 in Dallas, TX. The Oaks have always been a staunch opposer of child abuse, and this concert was a fundraiser that was done for several years in the 80s to fight child abuse. The Oaks were very...
This is a lossy version of an Oak Ridge Boys concert at the Lloyd Noble Arena in Norman, Oklahoma, that was broadcasted live on the Silver Eagle radio network. The Oaks were in the most successful run of their career in 1982 with an album out called "Bobbie Sue" that went gold, and rose to...