A member of the Oak Ridge Boys singing group is gung to help the library in Branson recover from the tornado that hit two weeks ago. Singer Joe Bonsall is going to donate some of his royalties from his recent book, “From My Perspective” to the library. He tells Branson radio station KOMC it’s his way to give back to a town that has been important to the Oak Ridge Boys.
Bonsall says he and his publisher hope to donate 15-thousand dollars in royalties from “From My Perspective.” He says it’s a way to do something good for a town that’s been good to him.
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Bonsall says the effort is a way to help a valuable community asset recover from the Leap Day tornado. .
Bonsall and his publisher will donate about $6.50 for each of the new books sold between now and April 5th.