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article imageInterview with William Lee Golden from The Oak Ridge Boys Special

By Markos Papadatos     Jul 15, 2013 in Entertainment
Nashville - On July 15, I had the chance to interview William Lee Golden from the Grammy-winning vocal group, The Oak Ridge Boys, where he talked about his artwork, another passion of his in addition to his music.
According to William, he remarked, “I have a showing at the Pensacola Museum of Arts, where all of my original paintings are there, as well as several of my photographs are on display. This is expected to run until August 31.”
He added, “I will be back at the Pensacola Museum of Arts on August 22, for a big reception. It will be open to the public for that evening and meet and greets will be offered. It is a celebration of the showing. I have painted two to three paintings from that area and I have done these paintings over the last twelve years.”
William also shared that he enjoys performing on the Grand Ole Opry stage each time that he and his fellow group members are afforded the opportunity to do so. “It always feels good,” he said. “It is great to play at the Opry and the audience there is great. They are there because they love country music usually and that is what makes it fun.”
He noted that The Oak Ridge Boys are on their fortieth year anniversary tour and they are extremely busy, especially since they play over 150 concert dates per year.
To learn more about William Lee Golden, visit his official website.
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