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Ray Price is a guitarist and country music singer and songwriter belonging to Perryville, Texas. Till 1940’s, Price served in the US marines while he was studying veterinary medicine in college. By the mid of 40’s he returned to college and started singing for KRBC in Texas too. For a short period he joined Big D Jamboree and then moved to Nashville and collaborated with Hank Williams. After Williams’ death, he took over his band Drifting Cowboys. The band brought him some success with the songs like ‘Talk To Your Heart’ and ‘Don’t Let the Stars Get In Your Eyes’. During the start of 50’s, Price formed his own band named Cherokee Cowboys along with Roger Miller, Johnny Paycheck, Willie Nelson, Johnny Bush and Darrell McCall. If you wish to catch the legend on the stage again, now you can book online Ray Price tickets!
Ray Price’s voice quality quickly gained famed along with honky tonk country music tone of the Cherokee Boys. The band managed to produce some of the finest country music song tracks of all time. In 20 years after stepping into the world of music, he had charted about 64 US country charts. These included seven number one hits on the country/pop chart. Some of his earlier hits included ‘My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You’, ‘Crazy Arms’ and ‘City Lights’. Price is also known for releasing the most successful cover of the song Release Me. The track managed to peak UK chart thirteen years later.
Ray Price experimented more with pop music with orchestral background during the 60s. In his live concerts, he used to have about ten violins accompanying his vocals. In his cover of the song Danny Boy, there were about forty seven orchestra musicians in the background. By the end of 60s he toured a lot and was seen in a number of famous television and radio programs. In 1970, Price got fed up with all the touring and music and decided to retire and breed horses on his ranch. Spending five years in Dallas country house, Price realized that he was badly missing his life in the world of music. He started recording with ABC Records but his return to the music wasn’t bringing him the success he had once known.
To boost his music career, Ray Price asked the favor of Willie Nelson to collaborate with him on an album. Their duet on the song Faded Love made it to the charts at number 3. Some of his tracks from the 80s like All The Way were a little pop in culture, however most of the time he remained with the soft country music touch in the background of his vocals. In the December of 1988, his song I’d Do It All Over Again made it to the top of the charts once again. Today, Price is included at number six in the list of Top 200 Country Artists of All Time.
Ray Price was inducted in the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996. In 2000, he released his album that included cover of various classics including In My Life by The Beatles. Price is winner of Academy of Country Music Awards in the category of “Album of the Year” and “Single of the Year” of 1970. He won two Grammy Awards for “1971 Best Male Country Vocal Performance” and “2008 Best Country Collaboration with Vocals”. Price released “Last of the Breed” album in 2007 and currently performs at his own theatre located in Branson, Missouri. He is considered as one of the country music legends and his fan base hasn’t decreased, instead it keeps rising with the passing years. If you wish to catch a live performance by the legend of the country music world, make sure you don’t forget to book your Ray Price tickets available online now!
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