The Oak Ridge Boys Immortalized At “The Palm”

Nashville, TN – In celebration of the 30th anniversary of their legendary hit “ELVIRA”, The Oak Ridge Boys have been honored as the most recent addition to The Palm family. With a caricature unveiling on Friday, their images became immortalized forever among the dining rooms which are characterized by the panorama of classic cartoons and caricatures of local regulars, businessmen, politicians, and celebrities which make up our impressive customer base.

“Having our portraits on the wall of The Palm restaurant in Nashville is a very special honor for The Oak Ridge Boys,” says member Joe Bonsall, “Especially in this year of celebrating 30 YEARS of ELVIRA!! This PALM has always been a favorite eating spot for ALL of us and now… we can look at ourselves as we dine on the best Chilean sea bass in the south!!!”

February 2011 marks the 30th Anniversary of The Oak Ridge Boys’ 1981 hit single, “Elvira.” The song was a huge success for The Oaks and played a major part in making The Oak Ridge Boys a household name. “Elvira” has earned several awards including both ACM and CMA Single of the Year in 1981. The success of “Elvira” earned The Oaks a GRAMMY award in 1982 for Best Vocal Performance by a Country Group or Duo.

The Palm is a classic American steakhouse legendary for prime aged steaks, jumbo Nova Scotia lobsters, premium fish and heritage Italian entrees, prepared to perfection, using only the highest quality ingredients and served in generous portions. What makes us truly unique is our genuine old world hospitality and unique atmosphere. Each room is filled with the hearty handshakes and warms smiles from our gregarious staff and familiar guests, and always abuzz with a sea of conversation and laughter celebrating the best of everything.

Webster & Associates

Oak Ridge Boys Photo Provided by Webster & Associates

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