Pat Boone has some serious concerns about the state of morality in America.
The singer and actor, who is celebrating his 70th year in show business, was one of the most famous teen idols of the 1950s and ‘60s. Known for his squeaky-clean image and devout Christian faith, Boone sold millions of records, starred in a string of family-friendly hit movies and helped pioneer the rock ’n' roll movement. He continues to act in films, serve as spokesperson for numerous brands and recently released a new single, “Grits.”
In an interview with Fox News Digital, Boone, 88, decried what he perceives as the deterioration of values in the country.
“We're going down the tubes morally in every way,” the legendary performer said.