11 Songs, 35 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

In his sentimental second album, Big & Rich protégé Michael Ray reminisces about the magic of small-town life. The Nashville star named the album after his grandfather, who passed away two months before Ray's Grand Ole Opry debut, and who inspired him to pursue music, inviting him into the family band when he was a kid. On Amos, he retraces all kinds of memories: first crushes (“Summer Water”), romantic flings (“Girl from Spring Break”), and the type of love that lives on long after the relationship ends (“Dancing Forever”).

EDITORS’ NOTES

In his sentimental second album, Big & Rich protégé Michael Ray reminisces about the magic of small-town life. The Nashville star named the album after his grandfather, who passed away two months before Ray's Grand Ole Opry debut, and who inspired him to pursue music, inviting him into the family band when he was a kid. On Amos, he retraces all kinds of memories: first crushes (“Summer Water”), romantic flings (“Girl from Spring Break”), and the type of love that lives on long after the relationship ends (“Dancing Forever”).

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