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Richard Sterban

Musician
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Born Apr 24, 1943
Age 73
Hometown City of Camden

Richard Anthony Sterban is an American bass singer born in Camden, New Jersey, who joined the country and gospel quartet The Oak Ridge Boys in 1972. Prior to joining The Oak Ridge Boys, Sterban toured with J. D. Sumner and the Stamps Quartet, who were singing backup for Elvis Presley. Sterban ultimately became famous for his "oom-pa-pa-oom-pa-pa-maw-maw" bass solo in the Oak Ridge Boys' 1981 smash hit, "Elvira.… Read More

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1943 Birth Born on April 24, 1943.

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1981 38 Years Old Sterban ultimately became famous for his "oom-pa-pa-oom-pa-pa-maw-maw" bass solo in the Oak Ridge Boys' 1981 smash hit, "Elvira." … Read More
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