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Oak Ridge Boy Art On Display

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William Lee Golden of the Oak Ridge Boys hosted a preview of his paintings and artwork at a reception at the Tennessee State Museum in Nashville last night (June 8).

On hand for the invitation-only reception were Lynn Anderson, Charley Pride, T.G. Sheppard and Jeff Cook, among others. William Lee's fellow Oak Ridge Boys, Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen and Richard Sterban, also attended and later joined William Lee for a short performance that included the Oaks' big hits "American Made" and "Elvira," on which guests were encouraged to sing along.

William Lee told the assembled crowd, “It’s a great honor to be here and . . . to be doing this during the CMA Music Festival.” He also thanked the group’s longtime manager, Jim Halsey, his publicist Pam Lewis and others. William Lee’s colorful, vividly detailed 23-piece collection is now on view for the public to enjoy at the Tennessee State Museum through June 13.

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