Ray Price

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Noble Ray Price was born on January 12, 1926 near Perryville, Texas. While attending college he performed regularly in Dallas on KRLD’s “Big D Jamboree”.

Signed to a recording contract by Columbia Records in 1951, Ray moved to Nashville and briefly shared living quarters with the legendary Hank Williams, Sr., who opened the door for Ray Price to be on the Grand Ole Opry.

Over the next four decades, Ray Price was a super star of country music with more than 100 chart hits, including #1 hits “Empty Arms”, “My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You”, “City Lights”, “The *Same Old Me”, “For the Good Times”, “I Won’t Mention it Again”, “She’s Got To Be A Saint” and “You’re The Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me”.

Among Ray’s top ten hits are “Release Me”, “Invitation To The Blues”, “Heartaches By The Number”, “Under Your Spell Again”, Make The World Go Away”, “Night Life”, “Burning Memories”, “The Other Woman”, “Danny Boy”, “One More Time” and “Soft Rain”.

“The Cherokee Cowboy”, Ray Price, was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996.

Living near Dallas, Texas, Ray continues to record and tours regularly.