Oak Ridge Boys' Duane Allen recalls ‘little grievances’ within the band when their careers were ‘exploding’

Oak Ridge Boys' Duane Allen recalls ‘little grievances’ within the band when their careers were ‘exploding’

The Oak Ridge Boys are still at it. The country quartet is known for being a longstanding act within the genre as well as for maintaining the same lineup for many decades. Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sterban have been performing together for "about 47 years now," according to Allen. "I think the four of us have grown closer than we've ever been in our whole career," the 77-year-old "Elvira" singer said to Fox News. "We really have no plans of slowing down." FOR GEORGE H.W. BUSH'S FUNERAL, THE OAK RIDGE BOYS TRAVELED WITH SUITS EVERYWHERE …
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