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Album Review

While it's been far too long since a new Eddy Raven studio LP, Live at Billy Bob's Texas is an excellent showcase — without any glossy Nashville-style production, his music returns to its raw, rock & roll-influenced roots, lending an edge to hits like "I Got Mexico" and "Bayou Boys" that the originals lacked.

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the song..."I've got Mexico" I cant belive I found it..Iive!!

Hello everyone... Just everyquickly.... I think it has been 22yrs..and haven't heard that song.."I've got Mexico"!!! I remember when I was a kid...and dad took us out of dinner...and then my dad had that song...I remember he rushed to the get it..on cassette!!! That's how long it's been...It's awsome that I found the song live!!! That song...has too be one of the best countrysongs that i know of!!! Myself and brothers where rasied on country music..old schoo...thxs.Itunes..

Ain't this Great

Eddy Raven is and always will be Great. I've seen him at Billy Bob's. Heard all of his songs not a bad one in the lot. Give him a listen. You will not regret it.

I love Eddie Raven!

I remeber when I was a little girl I lived with my grandmother and she always played Eddie Raven. Hearing his music again brings back a lot of good memories. He has got a great voice, listen to a few and you will love it too!


Born: August 19, 1945 in Lafayette, LA

Genre: Country

Years Active: '70s, '80s, '90s, '00s

Born Edward Garvin Futch, it's no wonder that his name was changed by a record executive to Eddy Raven on his very first single, released on tiny Cosmos Records in the late '60s. Numerous influences have made his music almost indescribable: the Cajun sounds of his native Louisiana, the blues influence from working with Johnny Winter, the rock & roll of his idol, Elvis Presley, and the pure country of the Grand Ole Opry. Befriended by Jimmy C. Newman, Raven made the first of many trips to Nashville...
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