Collin Raye

Genres: Country & Bluegrass Holiday & Seasonal
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Decades: 1990s 2000s
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Floyd Collin Wray, 22 August 1959, DeQueen, Arkansas, USA. Country rock and ballad performer Raye was raised in Texas, where his mother often opened shows for visiting star performers. For many years he and his brother Scott worked in Oregon and then in casinos in Las Vegas and Reno, but their contract to record for Warner Brothers Records as the Wray Brothers and as the Wray Brothers Band led nowhere, other than minor hits with ‘Until We Meet Again’, ‘I Don’t Want To Know Your Name’, ‘You Lay A Lotta Love On Me’ and Tim Hardin’s glorious song ‘Reason To Believe’. When the brothers split, Collin was signed as a solo act to Epic Records by producer Bob Montgomery. A collection of romantic songs, All I Can Be, became an immediate bestselling country album in the USA and ‘Love Me’, ‘In This Life’ and ‘That Was A River’ all topped the US country charts. ‘Love Me’ has since become...

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