8th Annual Friends of Ray Scott Party
Fiddle and Steel Guitar Bar
Friday June 6, 3-6pm
$25 tickets include lunch (hotdog, chips, & soft drink), fan packets, door prizes, and time with Ray. New music and new merchandise!
Warner Bros. Records released Ray Scott's debut album in November 2005 to an overwhelming enthusiastic reception. Something new and fresh was on the horizon. My Kind of Music became the #1 selling country album on Billboard's "Heatseeker's" chart that week and the #1 selling album on CMT's (Country Music Television) sales chart. The album landed on the "Top 10 Albums of 2005" lists in Billboard, Dallas Morning News and the Miami Herald to name a few. A year later, Warner Bros. Records stalled and Ray entered a waiting area that would seemingly delay the release of his sophomore album indefinitely....until now. Not one to shy away from speaking his mind, Ray puts the last few years into perspective..."After a couple of frustrating years I'm finally free, and the taste of freedom is sweet! The time has never been better in the music biz to do something different.
By: Matt Bjorke
When listening to Ray Scott's Rayality it's easy to see why the artist has continued to be able to carve out a niche in Country Music. Working on his own Jethropolitan Records (until signing with Flying Island just the week of this review), Ray Scott and Dave Brainard (Jerrod Niemann) have crafted a strong collection of songs that cannot be considered anything but real, honest-to-god Country Music.