William Lee Golden And The Goldens
There are few things more powerful than family harmony and rarely has that been more evident than on the three new albums recorded by Country Music Hall of Fame and Oak Ridge Boy member, William Lee Golden who, along with his talented sons have created William Lee Golden and The Goldens. The Brewton, Alabama native cements his considerable legacy in the music industry with three distinctive collections that reflect his musical roots and the journey that has made him one of America’s most unique troubadours. From revered gospel classics to beloved country gems and iconic rock favorites, Golden leads his family through the songs that have been stepping stones on his well-traveled musical journey. It all comes together as a rich sonic tapestry that fans will cherish.
GRAMMY® Award-winning and Country Music Hall of Fame members, The Oak Ridge Boys are officially celebrating their 50th Anniversary this October. With this celebration, The Oak Ridge Boys are announcing their American Made: Farewell Tour! The group, Duane Allen (1966), Joe Bonsall (1973), William Lee Golden (1965), and Richard Sterban (1972) are excited to celebrate both milestones with fans with the announcement of this tour.
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The Oak Ridge Boys Celebrate 50th Anniversary Milestone With Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden, & Richard Sterban
GRAMMY® Award-winning and Country Music Hall of Fame members, The Oak Ridge Boys are celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the four members, Duane Allen (1966), Joe Bonsall (1973), William Lee Golden (1965), and Richard Sterban (1972) coming together to form the group as known today.
THE STARS OF COUNTRY MUSIC SHINE BRIGHT IN ‘AN ALL-STAR SALUTE TO LEE GREENWOOD’ IN THEATERS NATIONWIDE ON VETERANS DAY WEEKEND SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 12
An All-Star Salute To Lee Greenwood is coming to a theater near you this coming November, featuring star-studded performances of Greenwood’s career hit songs. This one-night-only event will premiere in movie theaters across the United States over Veterans Day 2023 weekend, Sunday, November 12, just in time to honor those who served this great nation.
JELLY ROLL, RILEY GREEN, UNCLE KRACKER, THE OAK RIDGE BOYS, THE ISAACS AND JANIE FRICKE CLOSE OUT THE TALENT LINE-UP FOR ‘STILL PLAYIN’ POSSUM: MUSIC AND MEMORIES OF GEORGE JONES’
Music lovers are in for a real treat as the highly anticipated ‘Still Playin’ Possum: Music & Memories of George Jones’ concert and television special taping comes to the Von Braun Center Propst Arena on April 25, 2023. This special event promises to be a night to remember, featuring some of the most talented musicians in the Country music industry. Newly added artists Jelly Roll, Riley Green, Uncle Kracker, The Oak Ridge Boys, The Isaacs, and Janie Fricke will round out the final performers’ list, which already included Brad Paisley, Dierks Bentley, Wynonna, Tanya Tucker, Travis Tritt, Jamey Johnson, Sara Evans, Trace Adkins, Justin Moore, Lorrie Morgan, Michael Ray, Mark Chesnutt, Sam Moore, Tracy Byrd, Tracy Lawrence, Aaron Lewis, Charlie Starr of Blackberry Smoke, Dillon Carmichael, Gretchen Wilson, Joe Nichols, and a special appearance by Randy Travis. In addition, a 90’s salute to “No Show Jones” will feature a special performance by John Berry, Ty Herndon, RICOCHET’s Heath Wright, Billy Yates, and Anita Cochran.
FORMER LYNYRD SKYNYRD DRUMMER ARTIMUS PYLE AND OTHER COLLEAGUES PAY TRIBUTE TO GUITARIST GARY ROSSINGTON
Gary Rossington, an original member of GRAMMY Hall of Fame Award-winning, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame band Lynyrd Skynyrd, died on Sunday, March 5th, 2023 at age 71.
Rossington survived the tragic 1977 plane crash that killed singer Ronnie Van Zant and guitarist Steve Gaines, as well as backup vocalist Cassie Gaines (Steve’s sister), assistant road manager Dean Kilpatrick, pilot Walter McCreary, and co-pilot John Gray.
Country and Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member William Lee Golden and his sons ‘The Goldens’ release their latest music video for the Hank Williams classic, “I Saw The Light” from their three-album set, ‘Golden Classics.’ Paying homage to the songs that have influenced their lives throughout the years, The Goldens chose to showcase “I Saw The Light” as a perfect way to bring in the new year. “I Saw The Light” can be found on their ‘Country Roads’ country album included in ‘Golden Classics’ along with ‘Old Country Church’ and ‘Southern Accents.’ ‘Golden Classics’ is the highly anticipated three-volume set that contains over 30 songs spread across several genres that all have had an impact on the lives and careers of William Lee Golden and The Goldens. Recently, they made their Grand Ole Opry debut as a family and continue to add shows throughout the country.
William Lee Golden and The Goldens Release “If I Could Only Hear My Mother Pray Again” Music Video, Premiered By Taste Of Country
Country and Gospel Music Hall of Fame and Grand Ole Opry member William Lee Golden and his sons ‘The Goldens’ join together in perfect harmony with the release of their music video, “If I Could Only Hear My Mother Pray Again” from their three-album set, ‘Golden Classics.’ Paying tribute to mothers everywhere, this video is very special to William Lee Golden, whose mother, Rutha Mae Golden is honored at the beginning of the video. Also throughout, Chris and Rusty Golden honor their mother, Frogene Golden as well with family photos. Each group member’s talent shines bright with every word on their version of this classic gospel hymn.
John Rich, Michelle Wright, John Berry, Rhonda Vincent, Wendy Moten, John Ford Coley, T. Graham Brown, Twitty & Lynn, The Isaacs, William Lee Golden and The Goldens, Darin & Brooke Aldridge, Richard Lynch, Devon O’Day, Rob Kurtz, Billy Yates, Makenzie Phipps, and Paige King Johnson are set to join hosts T.G. Sheppard and Kelly Lang for Country For A Cause at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley, Wednesday, June 8 at 7 PM benefitting Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt. The show is sponsored by Gus Arrendale and Springer Mountain Farms. Tickets are on sale now and are $40 for general admission.
The country music community was rocked today with the tragic news of the sudden passing of country music giant Naomi Judd.