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    RAY PRICE ~ Price, at first, was going to be a veterinanian. While working on his father's ranch, he would sing, and soon began singing at different functions. In 1953, he formed a band, called it "Cherokee Cowboys". Among of it's members during the 50's & 60's were ~ Roger Miller, Willie Nelson, Johnny Paycheck, and several others. Price became one of the stalwart's of honky-tonk in the '50's, with hits "Talk To Your Heart," and "Release Me."

    Ray Price. I love this man and his music. Rest in peace Ray We love you! Thank you for all the beautiful music.

    There are thousands of singers, but only one Ray Price. He's not a singer, he's beyond that, he's a stylist. No one will ever match his amazing talent. Yes, I am a big fan of Ray Price, as you can tell.

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