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Picnic Fire-Mono Lake

The Picnic Fire, near Mono Lake on Picnic Ground Road (BLM jurisdiction), is holding at 2 acres today. Numerous crews and helicopters responded with aggressive suppression to this new start yesterday near the community of Lee Vining. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

Lee Vining also experienced smoke impacts from the fires west of the community with the South Fork Fire in Yosemite being the primary source.  The Great Basin Unified Air Pollution Control District issued a Level 2 Alert for the community.

The Rhinestone Cowboy Rides Into the Heavens

Glen Campbell

Glen Campbell, whose weekly network television show, The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, introduced country music to millions of Americans, has died at age 81 after a struggle with Alzheimer’s disease.

Glen Travis Campbell was born April 22, 1936, into a poor sharecropping family near Delight, Arkansas. He began learning to play guitar when he was 4 years old and by 10 had become proficient on the instrument. During his teens, he quit school to play in his uncle’s Western swing band and afterward formed his own group, the Western Wranglers.

He listed among his guitarist role models Chet Atkins, Grady Martin, Barney Kessel, Hank Garland and Django Reinhardt.

In 1960, Campbell moved to Los Angeles and quickly became lead guitarist for the Champs, an instrumental group that had scored a No. 1 hit two years earlier with “Tequila.” Campbell worked with the band for a year and played on its 1962 Top 40 single, “Limbo Rock.”

Signed to Crest Records, Campbell debuted on the pop charts in 1961 with “Turn Around, Look at Me.” That song peaked at No. 62.

The following year, Campbell moved to Capitol Records, where he would remain for the next 18 years and enjoy his biggest hits. (After recording for other labels, Campbell returned intermittently to Capitol and its affiliate labels during the 1990s and early 2000s.) His first country chart single, “Kentucky Means Paradise,” recorded with the Green River Boys, came in 1962 and went to No. 20.

Campbell broke into session work in Los Angeles as a result of recording demos with future producer Jimmy Bowen — at $10 a song. Impressed by Campbell’s guitar work and vocals on the demos, producers began booking him for master sessions.

During the early to mid-’60s, Campbell recorded with such luminaries as Frank Sinatra, Dean Martin, the Righteous Brothers, Elvis Presley, Nat King Cole, Rick Nelson, the Mamas & Papas, Bobby Darin and the rising country star Merle Haggard. At various times between 1964 and 1967, he also toured and recorded with the Beach Boys.

Campbell came into his own as a crossover recording artist in the latter half of the 1960s. His 1967 recording of John Hartford’s “Gentle on My Mind” earned him two Grammys, even though the single peaked at No. 30 on the country charts and No. 39 on the pop charts. He won three more Grammys for his recording of Jimmy Webb’s “By the Time I Get to Phoenix,” including the album of the year Grammy in 1968.

Both recordings would later be inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame: “By the Time I Get to Phoenix” in 2004 and “Gentle on My Mind” in 2008.

In all, Campbell charted 75 country singles, five of which went No. 1: “I Wanna Live” (1968); “Wichita Lineman” (1968), “Galveston” (1969), “Rhinestone Cowboy” (1975) and “Southern Nights” (1977). He also posted a total of 36 singles on the pop charts, two of which, “Rhinestone Cowboy” and “Southern Nights,” went No. 1.

The advent of The Glen Campbell Goodtime Hour, which began airing on CBS-TV in January 1969, vaulted Campbell to superstardom. “At the time, it was the bridge between country and pop,” he told an interviewer. The singer’s sunny disposition and musical eclecticism set the tone for the series, which, until it ended in June 1972, paired him with the likes of Ray Charles, Willie Nelson, Johnny Cash, Dionne Warwick, Anne Murray, Linda Ronstadt, John Hartford, Cher, B.J. Thomas, Ricky Nelson, Bobbie Gentry, Jerry Reed, the Smothers Brothers, Roger Miller and dozens of other contemporary talents.

His popularity led to Campbell’s roles in the movies True Grit (1969) and Norwood (1970). As a recording artist, he continued to have more success on the country than on the pop charts. The former yielded him four Top 5’s and three Top 10’s between 1970 and 1975, when “Rhinestone Cowboy” exploded; the latter only one Top 10.

Campbell’s charted his last pop single – “I Love My Truck” — in 1981 but triumphed through the rest of that decade with such high-flying country hits as “A Lady Like You,” “It’s Just a Matter of Time,” “The Hand That Rocks The Cradle,” “Still Within the Sound of My Voice,” “I Have You” and “She’s Gone, Gone, Gone.”

Campbell married four times and is the father of eight children. His affair with and subsequent third marriage to Mac Davis’ former wife landed him in the tabloids, as did his affair with the much younger Tanya Tucker in the early 1980s and his brush with the law for drunk driving in 2003.

Campbell married Kimberly “Kim” Woollen in 1982. Their three children — Cal, Shannon and Ashley – are accomplished musicians who worked in his touring band beginning in 2010.

In 2005, Campbell was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, an honor he called “one of the biggest highlights of my life.”

Campbell returned to Capitol Records to release his 2008 album, Meet Glen Campbell, which featured his recordings of songs from U2, Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers, Jackson Browne, and Foo Fighters and Green Day.

In June 2011, he announced that he was afflicted with Alzheimer’s disease and would begin his final tour later that year. The tour coincided with the August 2011 release of Ghost on the Canvas, a farewell album featuring songs written by Jakob Dylan, Teddy Thompson and the Replacements’ Paul Westerberg.

With the full support of Campbell’s wife Kim, performances from the final tour are featured in the 2014 documentary, Glen Campbell: I’ll Be Me, which also documents the challenges he and the family faced as his Alzheimer’s symptoms became more severe. Campbell and songwriter-producer Julian Raymond’s “I’ll Be Me” was nominated for best original song at the 2015 Academy Awards.

In 2016, Keith Urban, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and Toby Keith performed a Campbell’s hits during the 10th annual ACM Honors ceremony in Nashville. Kim Campbell accepted the Academy of Country Music’s Career Achievement Award on his behalf.

In June, Universal Music released Adios, Campbell’s final album of all-new recordings. Produced by Carl Jackson, the project featured material Campbell had never previously recorded, including songs written by Jimmy Webb, Willie Nelson, Roger Miller, Jerry Reed and Bob Dylan.

In recent years, Campbell resided at a memory care facility in Nashville.


Edward Morris is a veteran of country music journalism

Rest in peace, Rhinestone Cowboy. You are a true country music legend, and you will be missed. 🙏



Palisade Search & Rescue-Inyo County Sheriff’s Department

At approximately 7:00am on Monday August 7th, Inyo County Sheriff’s Dispatch was notified by a satellite phone from an unrelated climbing guide of a stranded party on the face of Starlight Peak, on the climber’s right of a route called “The X”, in the North Palisade area above Big Pine. The party consisted of a female that was alive and not seriously injured, and a deceased male.  Sequoia and Kings National Park (SEKI) also received a notification via a personal locator beacon of an emergency in the Palisades area.

SEKI launched their helicopter unit, and located the party on the Inyo County side of the peak. Inyo Sheriff’s Office requested CHP aerial support and began working with CHP Central Division Air Operations H-40 out of Fresno. One Inyo search and rescue (SAR) member went to recon the site with H-40; however, due to the lateness in the day, high altitude, and wind, they could not complete the rescue. Air National Guard was activated for a Chinook, but the steepness of area was not favorable for the size of the large helicopter.

After discussing the location of the mission in depth, Inyo SAR team members determined conditions were not safe for accessing the subjects via climbing or rappelling. The area of the peak is known as one of the most dangerous walls in the Palisades. The team decided to request aid from Yosemite Search and Rescue (YOSAR), specifically for their high angle rescue team. YOSAR helicopter 551 responded and was able to rescue the female just before dark last night. They returned to the scene the following morning to extract the deceased male.

Further information revealed that the party of two from Durango, Colorado climbed Starlight Peak on Sunday August 6th via Starlight Buttress. Both were considered experienced mountaineers. The party reached the summit around 2:00pm, and shortly afterwards began their descent along the north-west ridge.  After a few hours, they left the ridge and began rappelling down the face, no longer following their intended descent route. Partway down the face, an accident occurred while the female subject was descending; the system failed and became unattached from the wall. Though the rope was no longer attached to the wall, it became tangled on a rock feature and arrested the fall. The female in the party ended up tangled in the rope, and the male was hanging below. The female used a prusik loop (a friction hitch or knot used to attach a loop of cord around a rope to escape from a rope), and ascended to a small ledge where she then waited 26 hours for rescue.

Inyo SAR and Inyo Sheriff’s Office thank all of the assisting agencies: SEKI, CHP Central Division Air operations, Air National Guard, and YOSAR.

Additional West Nile Virus Positive Mosquitos Found

The Owens Valley Mosquito Abatement Program (OVMAP) confirmed today that mosquito samples trapped last week again tested positive for West Nile virus (WNV). These samples were collected near Bishop, but in a different location than previous positive samples. Following swift and decisive action from OVMAP, mosquito populations in the area where positive samples were previously collected were too small to find the minimum sample size of 25 mosquitos required for testing.

New WNV positive samples being found in a different location from previous samples highlights the importance of protecting yourself from mosquito bites. With WNV positive mosquito samples being collected in 17 counties in California so far this year, totaling 230 WNV positive mosquito pool samples throughout California, no one should assume that mosquitos in their area are not carrying any disease just because testing has not discovered disease presence in your area. All residents should exercise caution when outdoors. Rob Miller, interim manager of OVMAP suggests the following protective measures:

Use mosquito repellent. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recommends using insect repellents containing DEET, Picaridin, or IR3535. Some oil of Lemon eucalyptus and Para-Menthane-Diol products provide similar protection.

Avoid outdoor activities if possible during dawn and dusk. This is especially important during the first two hours following sunset, when species that spread West Nile Virus are actively biting.

Wear long sleeves and pants. This provides additional protection when used in conjunction with insect repellent

About 20% of those who are bit by an infected mosquito will experience flu-like symptoms that last a few days and resolve on their own. Over-the-counter pain medications can help reduce fever and relieve some of the symptoms. About 1 out of every 150 people who contract West Nile Virus will develop more serious neurologic illness. If you develop symptoms of severe WNV illness, such as unusually severe headaches or confusion, seek medical attention immediately. Pregnant women and nursing mothers are encouraged to seek medical attention if they develop symptoms commonly associated with WNV.

To find more information on West Nile Virus, visit the Centers for Disease Control WNV page at https://www.cdc.gov/westnile/index.html.

Please report mosquito problems to the Owens Valley Mosquito Abatement Program by calling: (760) 873-7853.


Update: Wednesday, August 9th 7:45am

According to the Inyo County Sheriff’s Department, on Tuesday afternoon, August 8th, Emmett Davis was taken into custody for two active Felony Warrants. Davis was arrested on Brockman Lane in front of a residence; he was taken into custody without incident. Davis was located due to an anonymous tip received by the Sheriff’s Office.

Allen “Ziggy” Stone is still outstanding – there is a $500 award authorized for whoever can provide information that leads to his apprehension.

Public’s Assistance Requested

The Inyo County Sheriff’s Office is asking for the public’s assistance in locating two individuals connected with two separate assaults that took place in Bishop on Tuesday August 1st.

At approximately 4:00pm on August 1st Inyo County Sheriff’s Dispatch received a report of a physical altercation and associated injury at a local business in Bishop on North Sierra Highway. Deputies responded and located an adult male with moderate injuries that were sustained as a result of being assaulted. The victim was transported to Northern Inyo Hospital for treatment.

Around the same time as the first assault, Inyo County Sheriff’s Dispatch received a report of a robbery and second assault on North Sierra Highway, in the area of Winuba Lane.  Deputies responded to the location and were told by the victim that two males assaulted him and stole his bicycle.

The investigation into both assaults determined that two individuals were the suspects in both cases: Allen “Ziggy” Stone a 27 year old male from Bishop, and Emmett Davis III a 24 year old male from Bishop.

The Inyo County Sheriff’s Department has obtained arrest warrants for both Stone and Davis, and are asking for the public’s assistance. If you have any information into the whereabouts of these suspects please contact the Inyo County Sheriff’s Office at 760-878-0383.


Grant Fire Update

The Grant Fire is 400 acres and 100%. Fire crews will continue to patrol the fire perimeter in the upcoming days.

The Parker Bench Trail, between the Parker Lake Trailhead and the Rush Creek Trailhead, has  re-opened.

The forest continues to experiencing substantial lightning activity and crews are prepared for additional fire activity.




Affiliates of KSL Capital Partners and Henry Crown and Company Complete Transactions to Combine Three Major Resort Companies-Mammoth/June Mountains

Denver, Colorado, July 31, 2017 –The new joint venture formed by affiliates of KSL Capital Partners, LLC (“KSL”) and Henry Crown and Company (“HCC”) today announced the completion of their previously announced acquisition of Intrawest Resorts Holdings, Inc. (NYSE: SNOW) (“Intrawest”) and Mammoth Resorts.

Through these transactions, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings (“SVSH”), previously owned by affiliates of KSL, Intrawest and Mammoth Resorts are now combined as one company. This new entity boasts 12 four-season mountain resorts with approximately six million skier visits, 20,000 skiable acres and significant land available for real estate development, as well as Canadian Mountain Holidays, the world’s leading heli-ski operator, plus comprehensive aviation and real estate businesses. Its mountain resorts are geographically diversified across most of North America’s major ski regions: Squaw Valley, Alpine Meadows, Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, Snow Summit, Bear Mountain and June Mountain in California; Steamboat Ski & Resort and Winter Park Resort in Colorado; Blue Mountain Ski Resort in Ontario; Mont Tremblant Resort in Quebec; Stratton Mountain Resort in Vermont; and Snowshoe Mountain Resort in West Virginia.

The companies also announced leadership changes effective upon the close of the transaction. KSL’s Bryan Traficanti became interim Chief Executive Officer, while a comprehensive search for a new chief executive officer is completed. Executive search firm Spencer Stuart has been retained to assist with the selection of a new Chief Executive Officer. Effective as of closing, Thomas Marano, Intrawest’s Chief Executive Officer, resigned his position; Rusty Gregory, Mammoth Resort’s Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, is an investor in the new company and will serve on the Board, and become Senior Strategic Advisor to the new company; and Andy Wirth, President and Chief Executive Officer of SVSH, will become President and Chief Operating Officer of SVSH.

“This transaction marks a significant milestone for our company, our guests, and our communities, and we are excited about the opportunities that lie ahead as a result of combining Intrawest, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings, and Mammoth Resorts,” said Mr. Traficanti. “We believe that each resort brings something different to the company, and our goal is to preserve the unique character and culture of each while also building something greater. Supported by affiliates of KSL and HCC, this new organization is well positioned not only for continued growth, but also to bring more value to our guests, more opportunities for our employees, and more investment into our local communities.”

The company is pleased to announce the following slate of resort leaders:
– Andy Wirth, President and Chief Operating Officer, Squaw Valley Ski Holdings
– Mark Brownlie, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mammoth Resorts (newly appointed)
– Wade Reeser, General Manager, Big Bear Resort (reporting to Mark Brownlie)
– Rob Perlman, President and Chief Operating Officer, Steamboat Ski & Resort
– Sky Foulkes, President and Chief Operating Officer, Winter Park Resort
– Patrice Malo, President and Chief Operating Officer, Mont Tremblant Resort
– Dan Skelton, President and Chief Operating Officer, Blue Mountain Ski Resort
– Bill Nupp, President and Chief Operating Officer, Stratton Mountain Resort
– Frank DeBerry, President and Chief Operating Officer, Snowshoe Mountain Resort
– Jeremy Levitt, President and Chief Operating Officer, Canadian Mountain Holidays
– Jeff Denomme, President, Alpine Aerotech

Season Passes
For the full 2017-18 winter season, the new company will continue to honor the existing pass products that are currently on sale, including the Rocky Mountain Super Pass +, the M.A.X. Pass, and the Mountain Collective. The new company expects to launch a new name and brand prior to the 2017/2018 ski season.

About the Transactions
Under the terms of the previously announced Intrawest merger agreement, Intrawest stockholders will receive $23.75 in cash for each share of Intrawest common stock, representing a total valuation of approximately $1.5 billion. As a result of the closing of this acquisition, Intrawest will cease trading on the New York Stock Exchange. Under a separate previously announced purchase agreement, Mammoth Resorts is also being purchased by the new KSL and HCC joint venture effective today. Additionally, SVSH is being rolled into the new venture. The terms of both Mammoth Resorts and SVSH transactions have not been disclosed.

About Squaw Valley Ski Holdings
Squaw Valley Ski Holdings (“SVSH”), an affiliate of KSL, is the parent company of Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows. Squaw Valley and Alpine Meadows are internationally renowned mountain resorts in North Lake Tahoe that spans over 6,000 skiable acres and receive an annual average of 450 inches of snowfall and 300 sunny days. The resorts feature slopeside lodging at The Village at Squaw Valley®, which bustles year round with nonstop events and over 50 bars, restaurants and boutiques. For more information visit www.squawalpine.com.

About Mammoth Resorts
Mammoth Resorts, the leading four-season mountain resort operator in California, is now part of the new organization. At closing, Mammoth Resorts owns and operates a variety of recreation, hospitality, real estate development, food and beverage and retail enterprises. This includes Mammoth Mountain Ski Area, Snow Summit, Bear Mountain, and June Mountain. Mammoth Resorts is also the owner-operator of Tamarack Lodge and Resort, Mammoth Mountain Inn, Juniper Springs Resort, the Village Lodge, Mammoth Mountain Bike Park, Snow Summit Bike Park, Mammoth Snowmobile Adventures, Sierra Star Golf Course, and Bear Mountain Golf Course. For more information visit www.mammothresorts.com.

About Intrawest Resorts Holdings, Inc.
Intrawest is a North American mountain resort and adventure company, delivering distinctive vacation and travel experiences to its customers for over three decades. At closing, Intrawest owns and/or operates 6 four-season mountain resorts – Steamboat Ski & Resort, Winter Park Resort, Mont Tremblant Resort, Blue Mountain Ski Resort, Stratton Mountain Resort, and Snowshoe Mountain Resort – with approximately 8,000 skiable acres and over 1,100 acres of land available for real estate development. Intrawest’s mountain resorts are geographically diversified across most of North America’s major ski regions, including the Eastern United States, the Rocky Mountains, and Canada. The Company also operates an adventure travel business, the cornerstone of which is Canadian Mountain Holidays, a leading heli-skiing adventure company in North America. Additionally, the Company operates a comprehensive real estate business through which it manages condominium hotel properties and sells and markets residential real estate. Prior to closing, Intrawest Resorts Holdings, Inc. common stock was traded on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE: SNOW). For more information, visit www.intrawest.com.

About KSL Capital Partners, LLC
KSL Capital Partners, LLC is a private equity firm specializing in travel and leisure enterprises in five primary sectors: hospitality, recreation, clubs, real estate, and travel services. KSL has offices in Denver, Colorado; Stamford, Connecticut; and London. Since 2005, KSL has raised approximately $7.5 billion in equity capital commitments. KSL’s current portfolio includes some of the premier properties in travel and leisure. For more information, please visit www.kslcapital.com.

About Henry Crown and Company
Henry Crown and Company, through a newly formed affiliate, is a minority investor in the new joint venture. Henry Crown and Company dates back to the early 1900’s when Henry Crown and his brothers started Material Service Corporation, which was later merged into General Dynamics. Today, the Crown’s family assets fall into four broadly defined categories, including publicly traded securities, real estate, investment funds, and privately held operating companies, including Aspen Skiing Company, L.L.C. Aspen Skiing Company owns and operates the four mountains of Aspen Snowmass – Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk – as well hospitality properties The Little Nell, Residences at The Little Nell, Limelight Aspen, and Limelight Ketchum in Ketchum, Idaho. In addition, Aspen Skiing Company owns and operates numerous retail and rental locations through the resort and the Roaring Fork Valley. For more information, visit www.aspensnowmass.com. Aspen Skiing Company’s resorts and hospitality properties will remain separate from the new entity.


The Bishop Broncos host Boron, tonight, for their home opener at John Schwab Field. There is no JV game. Kick-off is set for 7pm and all the action can be heard on 1230AM KBOV, with Deston Rogers and Rock Baker.

Out of the area? Listen online at http://www.kibskbov.com

The Broncos come into the game 1-0 after winning at Yerington on August 25th!

Here is a list of the remainng scheduled games to be aired on KBOV 1230 AM:

September 8th: @ home vs. Boron
September 15th: @ Ontario Christian
September 22nd: @ home vs. Silver Valley
September 29th: @ home vs. Yosemite
October 6th: @ home vs. Kern Valley
October 13th: @ Rosamond*
October 20th: @ Vasquez*
October 27th @ Cal City*

Nov 3rd: @ Kennedy High School (Delano)


*Denotes HDL Games*
**Games subject to change**

Lane Closure Report for the week of 8/21/17 – 8/25/17

Lane Closure Report for the week of 8/21/17 – 8/25/17

Inyo, Mono & Eastern Kern Counties – The California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) would like to alert the traveling public to be careful of workers on the Highway, to Slow for the Cone Zone and Move Over where possible. The scheduled lane closures for the week of August 21st through August 25th, 2017 are as follows:

Mono County:
Walker CAPM Project – On US Highway 395 from Walker to the Nevada State line, construction crews are grinding and paving the highway. There will be daily lane closures that may delay traffic up to 20 minutes Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, and on Friday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Mammoth Lakes Sidewalk & Safety Project – On State Route 203 in Mammoth Lakes between Minaret Road and Mountain Boulevard crews are constructing sidewalks on the north side.
There will be daily lane closures that should not impact traffic. Construction is Monday thru Thursday
108 Digout Project – On State Route 108 f

rom the Toulumne County Line to 5.3 miles west of Hwy 395, construction crews are grinding and paving the highway. There will be daily lane closures that may delay traffic up to 20 minutes Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, and on Friday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Inyo County:
Mill Creek Thin Blanket Project – On US Highway 395 north of Bishop, construction crews are grinding and paving the highway. There will be daily lane closures that should not impact traffic. Construction is Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 am to 7:00 pm, and on Friday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.

168 Delineator Replacement Project – On State Route 168 from the east junction of US Hwy 395 to the junction of State Route 266. Construction crews will be removing old delineators and installing new ones. Delineators are posts placed on the side of the roadway that are retroreflective and used for the purpose of traffic guidance. There will be daily lane closures that may delay traffic up to 20 minutes Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 am to 6:00 pm, and on Friday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Crystal Geyser Water Plant Project – On US Highway 395 north of Olancha, construction crews are widening the highway. There will be daily lane closures that may delay traffic up to 20 minutes Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, and on Friday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Kern County:
Freeman Gulch 4-Lane Project – On State Route 14 north of the junction of State Route 178, construction crews are converting the 2-lane highway into a 4-lane expressway. Travelers will encounter a dirt detour off of State Route 178 east of the intersection with State Route 14. There will be daily lane closures on State Route 14 that may delay traffic up to 20 minutes Monday thru Thursday from 6:00 am to 8:00 pm, and on Friday from 6:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Tehachapi CAPM Project – On State Route 58 near Tehachapi from the Tehachapi Creek Bridge to the Cache Creek Bridge, construction crews are grinding the existing pavement and resurfacing the roadbed. There will be daily lane closures that will slow down traveling through this section. Lane closures are Monday – Friday, 24 hours a day.


Blake Shelton and The Oak Ridge Boys Get ‘Animated’ in “Doing It to Country Songs”

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – The Oak Ridge Boys morph into animated characters in Blake Shelton’s new video “Doing It to Country Songs,” which features Blake as “Buck Shelton” and as a William Lee Golden as possum, Joe Bonsall as a beaver, Duane Allen as a fox, and Richard Sterban as a frog.

The animation portrays all of them as ““Blake Buck & the Oak Ridge Boys” at the fictitious Blake Shelton Bar & Grill on Some Beach. “Doing It to Country Songs” appears on Shelton’s 2016 album If I’m Honest. Watch here.https://www.vevo.com/watch/blake-shelton/doing-it-to-country-songs-(feat-the-oak-ridge-boys)/USWBV1700747

Currently, the Country Music Hall of Fame members are crisscrossing North America with a bevy of tour dates (see below).

Since the start of their highly decorated career, The Oak Ridge Boys have achieved five GRAMMY® Awards, and multiple CMA, ACM and Dove Awards for their cross-over brand of pop, country and gospel music that spans multiple generations.

The Oak Ridge Boys have given many command performances throughout their legendary career, from performing for King Gustaf of Sweden, to Her Royal Highness Princess Caroline of Monaco, to Her Royal Highness Princess Anne of Great Britain and five U.S. presidents: Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H.W. Bush, Bill Clinton and George W. Bush.

For more information, visit oakridgeboys.com