Black Oak Arkansas

Played 2013

Black Oak Arkansas

About Black Oak Arkansas

Black Oak Arkansas is an American Southern rock band named after the band’s hometown of Black Oak, Arkansas. The band reached the height of its fame in the 1970’s with ten charting albums released in that decade. Their style is punctuated by multiple guitar players and the raspy voice and on-stage antics of vocalist Jim “Dandy” Mangrum.

Black Oak Arkansas produced their first album under the name of Black Oak Arkansas in ’71, The southern rockers have a sound that is unique and all their own. These bad boys of the south set standards for live performances, and still electrify audiences to this day. Early in their career, their touring schedule kept them on the road for as many as 10 months at a time. They have 3 gold albums, and have appeared on such TV shows as Don Kirshners Rock Concert, Midnight Special, and ABCs In Concert. The King himself, Elvis Presley, encouraged them to perform the LaVerne Baker Classic, which has become their signature song, Jim Dandy to the Rescue.

These days Black Oak Arkansas keeps up a busy tour schedule, especially during the summer when they are a favorite at bike rallies and outdoor music fairs and festivals around the country. In 2004 Rhino Records released a new Black Oak Arkansas DVD called “The first 30 years!” now in store worldwide. It features old videos and TV appearance spanning the groups long history. In 2005 the DVD “Live at the Albert Hall DVD” went on sale along with their new CD, “Greatest Hits 2005”, “Keep The Faith LIVE” and “Live at the Albert Hall”.

What Passengers Think

Ladies you did it again! RLC IV was bad ass. This is our 4th one and 5 was booked as soon as it was announced. It now has become a family reunion. If you haven’t experienced this cruise, it is like no other. You will be mind blown. Book now before it sells out. You don’t want to miss da boat!!!! As long as NAHA keeps doing this charity event, we will be booked!!!!!!!

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Once again NAHA put on an awesome time. Improved deck stage , fantastic line up, saw more shows compared to cruises 2 and 3 and even had some nice sit down dinners in the dining room with the strategic scheduling. If you like classic rock music and want to see lots of it with friendly people this is the cruise to be on. It is also for a great cause!

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