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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.