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6 Comments

  1. James Wilson
    January 10, 2015 @ 6:46 pm

    Mr. Anderson, I too loved Ray Price’s singing. I grew up learning his songs. I loved his singing so much I wrote a song about him called The Cherokee Cowboy. It is posted on youtube and facebook. I have several more songs I have written that I would like for you to hear. Is it possible to send them to you. I also love to hear your songs, my favorite is Still, which you do a great job on. Thanks, James

  2. Clarice E. Jones.
    January 10, 2015 @ 6:38 am

    I am no one in particular but Ray Price was my favourite singer for years, we had an announcer up here in Vancouver who used to imitate him, and did a good job of it. Ray had a special hurting sound in his voice and all of us who have been hurt sometime in our life, can relate immediately to his very special way of interpreting that in his music. Songs we’ve listened to over and over again, can still create that same pleasure immediately to enjoy once again. Thanks Ray.

  3. pat mitchell
    January 8, 2015 @ 9:20 pm

    A beautiful tribute to Ray and also to Cliff.

  4. Mike Craig
    January 4, 2014 @ 2:36 am

    Mr. Anderson
    There have been two living C&W singers alive for many years that I have always admired one Mr. Ray Price whom I have met on a few occasions and You, and I think it was so nice of you to say a few words about Mr. Price passing, and one other thing Mr. Anderson you said that really made my day is mentioning his son Cliff, who I did not see his name mentioned one time in any stories except by you. Cliff is a good man and a very good singer in his own style. I will say I am sure glad we still have you singing here on earth, while Mr. Price is now singing for the Angels

  5. lexiussmycar
    December 19, 2013 @ 6:18 am

    Bill,

    Your life with Ray Price must have been a great pleasure. You know how much I love CITY LIGHTS. No one could have done that song as welll as Ray. Also, honors to you for writing such a special song.

    Mary Mitchell

  6. Hugo Manriquez
    December 17, 2013 @ 8:53 pm

    Bill, I enjoyed you’re insight to “City Lights”. Yes Ray Price was and always will be one of the all time greatest. All we have now is “Tater” yourself, Charley, Willie and the Hag. Take care any may “GOD bless you and yours”. Back to my mourning for this great man and his music. Hugo