The Oak Ridge Boys have recently released the 17th Avenue Revival Album. Their 17th Avenue Revival Album was recorded with producer, Dave Cobb, at Nashville’s historic RCA Studio A on Music Row.
Known for their gospel music , The Oak Ridge Boys started out as a gospel quartet, then moved toward secular country-pop. Their 60’s hit Elvira gave way to the “oom-pop-a-mow-mow” sound. The Oak Ridge Boys have been together for about 52 years and in 17th Avenue Revival they return to their rock-n-roll and Southern gospel roots. 17th Avenue Revival brings The Oak Ridge Boys back to their roots, with songs of hope, love and light.