RICKY RAY Alabama born Ricky Ray took up slide guitar at the age of three as he sat on his great grandmother's lap and watched her play slide guitar using a butter knife. And he hasn't looked back since! Primarily recognized as a guitar player's guitar player, no matter what the venue, when he plays everyone in the room sits up and takes notice! A player, producer, singer-songwriter, he works with some of the best, played for some of the best and has a versatile list of cuts unlike many other in Nashville! Ricky Ray's songs have been recorded by: Ruth Brown - Good Day for the Blues The Band (Levon Helm) - Stand Up Tony Joe White Waylon Jennings - Up In Arkansas Memphis Horns George Strait - Noel Leon Maria Maldaur - He Don't Have the Blues Anymore Bill Medley (Righteous Brothers) Dobie Gray Etta James Lacy J. Dalton Johnny Neel Miranda Louise T. Graham Brown - Darlene, Bucky Lindsay, Rhonda Townes B. J. Thomas Ashley Cleveland - We Can Dance Bruce Channel ,Larry Henley Original Copy Bobby Keyes Becka Bramlett Lonnie Mack ,Eddie Raven, levon helm ,Mel McDaniel ,bucky lindsey, Kix Brooks ,The Kingsman Kimberley Dahme The Bowling Hounddogs, Bama Band, tony joe white the gift Roy Head, Charles Tuberville, The Nerve, Tom T. Hall Les Taylor ,bj thomas shaun murphy,kenny rogers And his dad, Long Live Don Gant! and for teaching me all about music row 16th ave south, and for all the coffee i mades for the stars, rnr RICKY RAY! ! RAMBLES! traveling lite, n kemosahbeeszzz, dale armstrong and, rick lonow, n the angelzzzz! and been working with the CARL PERKINS MUSEUM jackson tenn , https://music-path.org/about/  check out the museum its amazing place!!!! long live carl perkins n w.s. holland!