Boy Oh Boy (The Wilkinsons song)

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"Boy Oh Boy"
Wilkinsons Boy Oh Boy single cover.jpg
Single by The Wilkinsons
from the album Nothing but Love
ReleasedMarch 30, 1999
Genre Country
Length2:59
Label Giant
Songwriter(s) Amanda Wilkinson
Steve Wilkinson
Producer(s) Tony Haselden
Doug Johnson
Russ Zavitson
The Wilkinsons singles chronology
"Fly (The Angel Song)"
(1998)
"Boy Oh Boy"
(1999)
"The Yodelin' Blues"
(1999)

"Boy Oh Boy" is a song recorded by Canadian country music group The Wilkinsons. It was released in March 1999 as the third single from their 1998 album Nothing but Love . The song reached number 3 on the Canadian RPM Country Tracks chart and number 50 on the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Singles & Tracks chart. [1]

Contents

Music video

The music video was directed by Deaton Flanigen and premiered in early 1999.

Chart performance

Chart (1999)Peak
position
Canada Country Tracks ( RPM ) [2] 3
US Hot Country Songs ( Billboard ) [3] 50

Year-end charts

Chart (1999)Position
Canada Country Tracks ( RPM ) [4] 12

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References

  1. The Wilkinsons Chart History
  2. "Top RPM Country Tracks: Issue 8150." RPM . Library and Archives Canada. May 24, 1999. Retrieved July 7, 2013.
  3. "The Wilkinsons Chart History (Hot Country Songs)". Billboard.
  4. "RPM Top 100 Country Tracks of 1999". RPM . December 13, 1999. Retrieved July 7, 2013.