FOX Country: The Oak Ridge Boys Release First Live Album


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The Oak Ridge Boys do something they’ve never done before and Rhonda Vincent dishes about her latest album and one duet in particular.

FOX News Radio’s Kirstin McNary has the scoop on the Country music stars making headlines this week:

FOX Country. I’m Kirstin McNary.

Oak Ridge Boys: “Giddy up.. um poppa um poppa mau mau…” (song)

After decades performing together, The Oak Ridge Boys finally releasing their first ever live album– “Boys Night Out”.


 It’s a compilation of many shows:

Duane Allen: “We wanted it to be just exactly the way our stage show comes off. Then we took it into the studio and we selected the best performances of each of the shows of each of the songs.”


Vincent: “I’m the one who always loved you…” (song)

Queen of Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent also telling us about her latest album and its title track, “Only Me”– a duet with Willie Nelson:

Vincent: “He not only sings, but he plays guitar and we trade licks. I play mandolin then he plays guitar and so we trade off.”

And you can hear all of both of those interviews on

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