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  • Posted by Black Oak Arkansas on August 27, 2013

    The first new Black Oak Akansas single in 15 years is now on sale. 'Plugged In And Wired' is up on iTunes and the Amazon mp3 store.  You can also stream the song now on this site's audio player. Written by Jim Dandy and Rickie Lee Reynolds, the song is a sonic blast- BOA on turbo power!  It's the first song from their October 15 new album, "Back Thar N Over Yonder". Support the boys and grab that sucker now ...

  • Posted by Black Oak Arkansas on August 27, 2013
    Hey gang, welcome to our little house on the interwebs!  Thank The Lord they didn't have this darned thing when we was on ol Cli-Ty. She was our trusty bus for 300 days a year, and havin this YouTube and such woulda gotten our ass banned from all 50 states!
    Nowadays, we TRY to behave at least 2 days a week, so our folks told us its time we go high-tech. So, I guess that makes us HIGH-TECH REDNECKS!  Hope y'all get off on it. Let us know.
    Y'all know Black Oak is one big fraternity.
  • Posted by Black Oak Arkan... on August 26, 2013

    The reissue of the best damned live album of all time is here. The Complete Raunch N Roll is finally being released on iTunes (and all digital outlets) on October 1, 2013. The release celebrates the 40th Anniversary of the 1973 original vinyl and 8 track. It also comes just 2 short weeks before the upcoming new album, Back Thar N Over Yonder.

    Raunch N Roll was THE album that broke BOA wide open in 1973, being recorded over 2 nights in Seattle and Portland.

  • Posted by Black Oak Arkan... on August 22, 2013


    Black Oak Arkansas, the southern hillbilly psycho-boogie band with over 40 years of history returns with a new release from Atlantic/Atco Records, Back Thar N’ Over Yonder, out October 15. The album is a goldmine of new and undiscovered Black Oak, containing five new songs from a 2013 reunion and 10 previously unreleased 1970’s tracks produced by the legendary Tom Dowd (Eric Clapton, Allman Brothers).
    The band met Dowd