The Oak Ridge Boys took their name from a Tennessee town best known for the Manhattan Project. What started as a gospel quartet evolved into a Grammy-winning sensation that rode the pop culture wave of southern accents that briefly dominated the terrestrial radio waves in the 1970s. Listen to "Bobbie Sue," a disco-influenced honky-tonk romp, complete with a vocal riff from baritone William Lee Golden, the embodiment of a mountain man, and you may find it bizarre to think that the Oak Ridge Boys, who once captured the attention of a nation, would have virtually no shot at hitting... More >>>