Thursday, July 11, 2013
CRAVEN COUNTRY JAMBOREE REPLACES RANDY TRAVIS WITH THE OAK RIDGE BOYS
Today festival organizers announced that the Oak Ridge Boys will replace Randy Travis, who was recently hospitalized.
"Though we continue to wish Mr. Travis well, we are thrilled that we are able to replace country music legend Randy Travis with the Oak Ridge Boys," said Kim Blevins, director of marketing. "It is really hard to find an act of this caliber that is available on such short notice. We are very proud to announce that one of the most successful country acts of all time, the Oak Ridge Boys have agreed to play the festival this year."
Since hitting the charts for the first time in 1977, the Oak Ridge Boys have had a massive music career with over 30 million records sold. With hits like Elvira,Leaving Louisiana in the Broad Daylight, Daddy Sang Bass, American Made, and Fancy Free, the Boys will put on an incredible show, having fans singing along to every song.
The Oak Ridge Boys will hit the stage at 5:30pm on Saturday. Other acts include Tim McGraw on Friday, the Dixie Chicks on Saturday, Kenny Chesney on Sunday, Brantley Gilbert, Sawyer Brown and many more. Don't miss Phil Vassar in the Pump Roadhouse on Thursday night.
Tickets are available at www.cravencountryjamboree.com or at festival gates. As well, check for more information and updates on our Facebook page, Twitter @ccjsask or by downloading the app at cravenapp.com or the iTunes store.