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OAKS ON CELEBRITY APPRENTICE FINALE

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The Oak Ridge Boys joined Trace Adkins, Lil Jon, Billy Ray Cyrus, Tim Tebow, Gary Busey and buy viagra professional many others for the season finale of All-Star Celebrity Apprentice. The hit show scored millions of viewers and find discount viagra online raised millions of dollars for the American Red Cross and viagra dosage Opportunity Village.

View more photos at Facebook.com/OakRidgeBoys

 
 

The Oak Ridge Boys to be Featured at 34th Annual Sunday Mornin' Country® June 9th at Grand Ole Opry House

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Nashville, Tenn. (May 10, 2013) – Sunday Mornin' Country®, the annual Country and pfizer viagra 50mg Gospel music show, is pleased to announce that the GRAMMY award-winning group, The Oak Ridge Boys, will be featured at this year's show, to be held June 9, 2013 at 2:30 PM at the Grand Ole Opry House. This year’s show will also be hosted by GRAMMY award-winning artist Linda Davis and hit singer and viagra buy online songwriter George Hamilton IV. Additional artists joining the line-up will be announced in the upcoming weeks.

 
 

The Oak Ridge Boys Remember George Jones

George Jones 80th 4231 w.ORBToday we mourn the passing of a musical icon—and a dear friend.

The Oak Ridge Boys were privileged to record "Same Ole Me" with George Jones in 1981. In 2011, we performed at his 80th birthday celebration. We've shared many wonderful memories with "the Possum" during the past four decades, including an acoustic rendition of "He Stopped Loving Her Today" he performed for us as we sat on our bus backstage at the DuQuoin State Fair.

We love you and canada viagra generic will miss you, George Jones.
 

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Goodbye, Possum: The Oak Ridge Boys' Joe Bonsall remembers George Jones

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As fate might have it, last night at a show in Missouri someone yelled from the audience, “How is George Jones doing?”

Well, we had no answer. We were well aware that George was in the hospital again and viagra price germany had been there since the middle of the month, but for some reason we thought he was doing all right but we did not know for sure. We all looked at each other on stage after the question in wonder… Each man’s face registered concern at NOT knowing the answer.

Then we arrived home this morning and viagra female heard the sad news that the Possum has gone home. How very sad. What an incredible and usa pharmacy viagra devastating loss for all who knew him, respected him, admired him, and loved him.

So many memories come to mind. A young Joey Bonsall once driving from Philadelphia to Youngstown, Ohio in a ’59 Ford all alone… to see George Jones and cialis without rx Tammy Wynette. He was a bit on the edge that night (being kind), and I remember being mad at him. As a young man who was in total love with Tammy, I perceived him to be a bit disrespectful of her onstage and where to buy cialis I considered waiting for him at the stage door to tell him so… but I just drove all night back home.

 
 

William Lee Golden Exhibits Art at the Viva Florida 500

VivaFL_500_w-web_horizontal-01Viva Florida 500 is a statewide initiative led by the Florida Department of State, under the leadership of Governor Rick Scott, to highlight the 500 years of historic people, places and cialis com events in present-day Florida since the arrival of Juan Ponce de León to the land he named La Florida in 1513. While Florida’s Native American heritage dates back more than 12,000 years, Spain’s claim in 1513 began a new era. 2013 marks 500 years of history and cheap viagra online diverse cultural heritage in Florida – a claim no other state in America can make – and Viva Florida 500 promotes the place where the world’s cultures began to unite and transform into the great nation we know today as the United States of America. The Viva Florida 500 commemoration is ongoing throughout 2013, and includes more than 200 events statewide. The goal is to promote 500 years of Florida’s history – its people, places and cultural achievements – and this important milestone in American and Florida history.

Learn more by visiting vivaflorida.org or pensacolamuseumofart.org.

 
 

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