William Lee Golden was born January 12, 1939 and is a native of Brewton, Alabama. He is a country music singer and best known for his years as the baritone singer of the country vocal group The Oak Ridge Boys.
Golden joined The Oak Ridge Boys (then a Southern gospel music group) in 1965. Golden known for his waist-length beard and hair, and has become one of the most recognizable faces in the entertainment industry. In 1987 Golden was voted out of The Oak Ridge Boys because the other three members wanted to change the bands image. New Years Eve 1995 he rejoined the group and remains there today. After he left the group he stayed with MCA Records as a solo artist and put out this CD which included two chart singles. In 1990 he made a move to Mercury Records and released Louisiana Red Dirt Highway.
This excellent CD was produced by Booker T Jones and R. Eli Ball and includes the following songs: Still in the Game; Come On In; You Can't Take It With You; Love Is The Only Way Out; Music For My Soul; American Vagabond; Heroes; Somebody Gotta Pay; You Turn the Light On and Let There Be Love.
This CD is like new.