They are "America's Technicolor Cowboys," brothers-in-arms in service to the creed that great music has no boundaries.
Individually, John Rich and Big Kenny Alphin are first-rate musicians, songwriters, producers and entertainers. Together, they are one of the most truly original musical forces ever unleashed on a welcoming world.
They were catapulted to success with their first studio album, "Horse of a Different Color," released in 2004. This album produced four straight Top 40 Billboard Country hits, including "Save a Horse (Ride a Cowboy)" and "Wild West Show."
O.A.R. transformed itself from an independent college band to a Billboard chart-topper over the course of a long, varied career.
The band, known for its live shows and extensive touring, has released 13 albums including five live recordings.
Over the course of the O.A.R.'s almost 20 years together, the band has scored many hit songs including "Love and Memories," "This Town" and the Platinum-selling "Shattered (Turn the Car Around)."