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Even before I ever heard Ray's music, I was impressed to hear that he writes with one of my favorites, Guy Clark. Listening to "Gravity," one can see why Guy is spending time with him. "Gravity" displays Ray's gift for making music that's simple yet stirring. He's a welcome addition to the cast of modern troubadors carrying the torch passed by Townes and Guy.

5 stars!!!

Just with any genre, there can be such a saturation of artists coming out of the woodwork that finding those diamonds in the rough can be more and more of a challenge. Modern Country isn’t immune to this phenomenon where music is not only more accessible but more disposable and short-lived. Ray Stephenson, on the other hand, dismisses this trend by being one of the most head-turning, quality up-and-coming, songwriters to grace the Nashville scene today. With some 120 shows a year and a faithful touring schedule, Stephenson demonstrates his commitment to his craft, that dedication which is clearly sensed in the character of his songs. Having already written songs for Willie Nelson, Merle Haggard, John Anderson, Guy Clark, Jeff Bates and more, Ray is no newcomer to the creation of that “special something” it takes to make a song cut through an over-saturated market. It’s no surprise that he starts off his album with one of these songs, “Forget My Name,” a heart-breaking ballad which draws from the pain of love lost. Some may wonder why he chose to open his album with such a mood but it is the raw and stripped down emotion of this song, which sets the stage for the rest of the album, demonstrating a sincere and forthright outpouring of human emotion and musical inspiration unaffected by the fads of the current market. This kind of personal investment is detectable throughout his album, whether it be found in a ballad or an upbeat rocker. This caliber of musicianship and artistry isn’t found everyday; keep your eye on this guy.

Love this one

I have been able to see Ray live a few times and he just blew my mind away. Farmboy and Honkytonk Road are just upbeat, wonderful songs and the songwriting rocks.

Gravity, Ray Stephenson
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