William Lee Golden
William Lee Golden has been a member
of the Oak Ridge Boys since 1965. During the early years, William Lee's
foresight helped lead the Oaks from gospel to country music. He is
especially known for his rugged Mountain Man look and his quiet demeanor.
William Lee is a true crowd pleaser with his southern drawl stating to the
fans, "I feel like singin' all night," and his "Hillbilly Jig" during the
well-known Oaks song, "Leavin' Lousiana In the Broad Daylight." However,
William Lee is probably more well-known for his smooth voice on "Thank God
For Kids," in which he beautifully adds the phrase, "Thank God for grandkids
too," at the end.,/p>
William Lee is both a proud father and grandfather. He
has three sons from a previous marriage, Rusty, Craig, and Chris.
Incidentially, Chris plays drums for the Mighty Oaks Band. William Lee is
now happily married to Brenda and has a two-year old son, Solomon at home to
keep him busy.
Please visit William Lee Golden's official site on the
World Wide Web at
WilliamLeeGolden.com. to receive more information about William Lee
Golden and his family.
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