Ray Pillow made his mark on country music both as a recording artist. Pillow became a member of the Grand Ole Opry on April 30, 1966. In that same year, Billboard named Pillow “Most Promising Male Artist”, Cash Box named him “Most Promising New Artist", and a national deejay poll named him the “Most Programmed New Artist.”
"I'm always very honored and proud,” says Ray, “to be introduced around the world, and especially back home in Nashville, Tennessee, as Grand Ole Opry star Ray Pillow.”
In the early 80's Ray signed with First Generation Records and under the production of Pete Drake in the series "Stars of the Grand Ole Opry" recorded this album.
Ray was inducted into the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame in 1994.
Ray is still active touring and performing at the Grand Ole Opry.
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