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Interview with Joe Bonsall of The Oak Ridge Boys: One Hour Special

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With smash hits like "Elvira", "Bobbie Sue", "Settin' Fancy Free" and many more, The Oak Ridge Boys have a special place in the hearts of Country Music fans. Now they're back with a brand new CD appropriately titled "The Boys Are Back" featuring the Jamey Johnson-penned song "Mama's Table". Joe Bonsall joined the legendary Country group in 1973 and the rest is musical history. Aside from singing, songwriting and banjo playing, Joe is also the author of a children's book series (Molly The Cat) and an inspirational biography (G. I. Joe and Lillie: Remembering A Life of Love and Loyalty) that he wrote about his parents. Tune in to catch up with Joe and hear the stories behind the hits and the stories behind his books - plus much more. And, of course, the show will feature great music from The Oak Ridge Boys.

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