Oak Ridge Boys to release first live country album

Jan. 27, 2014 at 1:14 AM
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LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27 (UPI) -- The Oak Ridge Boys' first live country music album, "Boys Night Out," is set for release in the United States this spring, Cleopatra Records announced.

The record will drop April 15.

Best known for the songs "Elvira," "American Made" and "Y'all Come Back Saloon," the band has already sold more than 41 million albums in six decades.

"To be sure, Oak Ridge Boys fans have been clamoring for a live album of hits for several years now, but as the band explained, 'For some reason or another, the time never seemed right.' Then, in early 2013, lead vocalist and producer Duane Allen saw the stars align as the band was able to get its hands on some top quality remote recording equipment, and promptly began capturing performances of their current show dubbed, 'Boys Night Out,'" the record label said in a news release.

"Night after night, the Oak Ridge Boys wowed audiences across the nation with a set list that packed all of the group's hit singles and fan favorites into one magnificent celebration."

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