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Joe Bonsall, a 50-year member of The Oak Ridge Boys, dead at 76

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Joe Bonsall, Duane Allen, William Lee Golden, and Richard Sterban of The Oak Ridge Boys onstage during in 2015.
July 09, 2024

(CNN) — Joe Bonsall, who left the legendary singing group The Oak Ridge Boys after 50 years in January due to a neuromuscular disorder, has died, his management team announced Tuesday.

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