Awards/Recognition: Album of the Year For "I Won't Mention it Again" | Grammy Award in 1972 for the Song "The Good Times" Doctorate of Letters Degree from the University of Texas | Recipient of the Ray Price Scholarship
Ray Price & Country Music
Ray Price is an award winning country music entertainer. For more than 60 years, he has been entertaining with timeless hits and endless talent.
Great Hits Ray Price is a huge country music star, with big hit records from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. His hits including "For the Good Times," "Crazy Arms," "Heartaches by the Number," "You're the Best Thing that Ever Happened to Me," "Night Life," and many more.
In fact, Ray received a Grammy award for his hit song "For the Good Times" in 1972 and has won numerous other awards. Now you can find the best of Ray Price music, from old to new, right here.
About Ray Singing at an early age, as well as studying opera and violin, Ray was a natural country singer. In fact, his stepfather later said, "I teach my son to sing the opera, but he ended up singing the Grand Ole Opry®."
He later went on to study medicine in college where he met some musicians who were looking for a singer. As life can take unexpected turns, Ray ended up playing with them, recording a demo, and the rest is history.
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Member of The Country Music Hall of Fame | Featured in the Country Music Hall of Fame Museum | CMA (Country Music Association) BMI (Broadcast Music Incorporated) | Academy of Country Music | Toured with Hank Williams