Ticket: RAY SCOTT / JAN 12th

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Ticket: RAY SCOTT / JAN 12th

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* Standard Deluxe is proud to present : RAY SCOTT

Live in the Pea Ridge Listening Room "the Little House"
Saturday January 12, 2019

Gates for this Show and Supper at 6:00 pm with
Chef Brian Cosby / menu tba

Showtime at 7:30 pm

Limited Seating / $15.00
( Only 50 Tickets Available)

The digital music revolution has turned out to be a
“Rayincarnation” for acclaimed country storyteller
Ray Scott. While a label-free utopia where artistic
merit trumps popular whims remains as unlikely as
it always was, the internet age has allowed a certain
kind of creator to connect with an audience and
chart a self-determined course… which helps explain
why Ray Scott has gained a level of success many
labels might envy.

For many, Ray Scott needs no introduction. Warner Bros.
released Scott’s debut album My Kind Of Music in 2005
to enormous critical acclaim. The first single and title
track cracked the top 40, but due to industry politics,
he left the label within two years. 

In 2011, Scott released Rayality. The lead single,
“Those Jeans,” received substantial airplay on SiriusXM
and went on to sell over 300,000 copies. The follow
up to Rayality, was his 2014 release, Ray Scott. Critics
praised the album and it was no surprise when Rolling
Stone Country
placed the album’s first radio hit,
“Drinkin’ Beer,” on their “Top 25 Country Songs of 2014”
at #18. “Drinkin’ Beer” was the #1 Song of 2014 on the
UK’s Hot Disc chart. He also received buzz with, “Ain’t
Always Thirsty,” a true story about a dark time during
his life.

For his new project, Guitar For Sale, Ray switched up
producers and worked with Michael Hughes. “I’ve always
pushed it in different directions here and there stylistically,
but the lyrics and the voice keep the common thread
running through it… Same this time as well,” says Scott.
“It’s a different sound, but familiar too. It was a step in a
good direction,” says Ray of Guitar For Sale.

Ray’s songs, along with his instantly recognizable voice,
prove Country music will never go out of style.