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Classic Rewind: Sawyer Brown ft Joe Bonsall – ‘Out Goin’ Cattin”

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3 responses to “Classic Rewind: Sawyer Brown ft Joe Bonsall – ‘Out Goin’ Cattin”

  1. Luckyoldsun April 6, 2017 at 11:16 pm

    Not a memorable record, but the presence of Joe Bonsall seemed a bit weird. Like was there some trouble with the Oak Ridge Boys at that point? And then he wears an Oak Ridge Boys shirt for the live performance.
    If there was a problem, they must have worked through it because the Oaks still scored several #1 hits after this detour, including the smash “No Matter How High I Get.”

  2. Ken April 7, 2017 at 8:37 am

    Once again time to set the record straight. This is more groundless speculation with no basis in fact. Nothing “weird” here. Joe just did something that many country artists have done for decades – he made a guest appearance on another act’s song. No controversy. No ulterior motives. Bonsall was not auditioning to become a member of Sawyer Brown. Nor was it a protest against his own group. Ridiculous contentions. The fact that he was introduced on this clip as “Joe Bonsall of the Oak Ridge Boys” and was wearing an Oak Ridge Boys shirt should have been your first clue. Sorry but the facts don’t support your narrative.

    • Razor X April 7, 2017 at 9:35 am

      Actually The Oak Ridge Boys would have nailed this song — it’s perfect for Bonsall’s voice and he was a great choice for a guest artist.

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