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March 13, 1987| Arts and entertainment reports from The Times, national and international news services and the nation's press

Oak Ridge Boy William Lee Golden has been asked to leave the country quartet after 22 years. His three singing partners cited continuing musical and personal differences in a Wednesday announcement. Richard Sterban, Joe Bonsall and Duane Allen said they took a vote and unanimously agreed to oust Golden, best known for his silver, waist-length hair and his 200-acre estate, featuring two large tepees and other American Indian-inspired structures. Golden, 48, would have no comment, his lawyer said.

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