Oak Ridge Boys Stop in Oxford

Oxford is more than a town, much more.  It's a way of life, a place built with words that holds the heart, mind and spirit of those who call it home whether for four years or a lifetime.  Oxford is at the crossroads of Southern culture, class and cuisine.  The storied buildings around the picture perfect town square seem to hold the key to Southern culture, equally embracing learning and leisure.  In many ways Oxford is a dichotomy, simultaneously offering stimulation and serenity, creativity and calm.  Oxford is a state of mind, a gateway to some and a lifelong home to others.  It's a place where all four seasons take a firm hold, accentuated by football games, festivals and friendships.  

Oxford is full of stories that resonate with a tenor that can only be found in a town that reverberates Southern charisma and charm.  Enjoy the slices of life that follow as they are but snapshots of the town and university we so deeply love and admire.



Oak Ridge Boys Stop in Oxford

- hottytoddy.com

- Photo By Mike Stanton

Members of the Oak Ridge Boys stopped in Oxford on Sunday as part of their 40th anniversary concert tour. Following their performance at the Gertrude Ford Center for the Performing Arts Center on the Ole Miss Campus, three members of the group joined Ole Miss alum Blake Tartt for a private dinner at Lenora’s restaurant on The Square. Seated left to right are William Lee Golden, Blake Tartt, Joe Bonsall and Richard Sterban. Not shown is the Oak Ridge Boys’ Duane Allen.