When you need a little Oom-Pappa-Mow-Mow in your life, there's only one group to call... The Oak Ridge Boys are coming back to the Ark-La-Tex at the end of this month.

The iconic song "Elvira" turned 40 years old in 2021, the group that made it famous is a couple of years older than that but they're still going strong.

Get ready Hope, Texarkana and the surrounding area, the Oak Ridge Boys are coming to Hempstead Hall on April 29.

Duane Allen, Joe Bonsall, William Lee Golden and Richard Sturban are nothing short of icons in the country music and gospel music industries, and they're bringing their 4-part harmonies to Hope to share with you at the venue nominated as one of the best venues in the state by the Arkansas County Music Awards, Hempstead Hall on the Campus of the U of A Hope.

What a great chance to take your kids or grandkids to see where your love for country music probably began.

To see more about the Oak Ridge Boys, visit their website, OakRidgeBoys.com.

To find out more about the upcoming show at Hempstead Hall, go here.

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