Boo Ray, Tennessee Alabama Fireworks Review
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Boo Ray grew up in the mountains a couple of hours west of Asheville, North Carolina, where he began songwriting at twelve years old, Ray learned how to play guitar at fifteen and put a band together at sixteen, playing clubs around the region. In 2005, Boo Ray wandered from Athens, Georgia, out to Los Angeles, where he spent a few years working with a slew of west coast musicians before he was picked up by a bondsman and hauled back down south. Needing some quick cash, he engaged the help of Steve Ferrone, Noah Shain, Paul Ill, Monica Ewing and Producer John “Q” Keggler. He released 2010’s Bad News Travels Fast out of a halfway house. His first Nashville record, Six Weeks in a Motel followed in 2012 and gained enough attention to lead to a successful publishing deal, plus the recording and release of Sea Of Lights. Now in 2019, the release of Tennessee Alabama Fireworks is set to release on February 15, 2019.
Tennessee Alabama Fireworks
A Tune You Can Whistle
Don't Look Back
Gone Back Down to Georgia
Honky Tonk Dream
She Wrote the Song
We Ain't Got the Good
Outrun the Wind
Skin & Ink
Release Date: February 15, 2019
Ray has a gritty yet believable voice, his storied songs lay nicely against the human experiences portrayed in his lyrics.