Few country-music groups have had the popularity, cultural significance, and crossover success of the Oak Ridge Boys. With their four-part harmonies and upbeat songs, the Oaks have created dozens of country and crossover hits over four decades. The group’s biggest crossover hit, 1981’s “Elvira,” went double Platinum and earned the band one of their five Grammy Awards. It also helped bring much-needed fun to the country genre.
Not willing to rest on their laurels, the Oaks’ newer music (which includes a cover of “Seven Nation Army” by the White Stripes) has attracted the attention of a younger audience, while reminding dedicated fans that their favorite group is ever evolving. Fresh off the release of their newest album, Front Porch Singin', the Oak Ridge Boys will take the Lindenwood stage with their high-energy show that is the best of old and new.