2017 marks 25 years since multi-platinum selling country sensation Collin Raye emerged on the scene with his No. 1 smash “Love, Me.” In celebration of the milestone, SiriusXM’s Prime Country (ch. 58) will air Raye’s “Silver Anniversary Special” five times throughout the weekend beginning March 24. The special is also available on-demand with the SiriusXM Radio app.
Collin Raye’s “Silver Anniversary Special” (SiriusXM Prime Country, Ch. 58):
Friday, March 24 – 6 p.m. ET
Friday, March 24 – 9 p.m. ET
Saturday, March 25 – 4 p.m. ET
Sunday, March 26 – 12 a.m. ET
Sunday, March 26 – 12 p.m. ET
Listeners will hear Raye perform his biggest hits such as “My Kind Of Girl,” “I Can Still Feel You” and “Little Rock,” recorded in front of a live studio audience in Nashville, Tenn. In addition to the tracks, Raye shares exclusive stories behind these songs, which have touched the lives of country music fans for the last three decades.
Collin Raye has been announced as this year’s headliner for the Alabama Chocolate Festival.
The festival is from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. April 1 at Rainbow Plaza, 3225 Rainbow Drive, in Rainbow City.
Raye’s performance starts at 6:30 p.m. Festival and show admission are free.
Raye is a multi-platinum recording artist, known for Billboard Country Chart No. 1 hits “Love, Me,” “In This Life,” “My Kind of Girl” and “I Can Still Feel You,” among other top 10 tunes.
On Wednesday, March 1, Rainbow City officials and Mayor Terry John Calhoun announced the lineup and activities for the 12th Annual Alabama Chocolate Festival. The festival will take place at the Rainbow Plaza in Rainbow City on Saturday, April 1. Admission to the festival is free.
Calhoun commended city employees for volunteering their time to make the Chocolate Festival a success once again.
Once again the Festival will be preceded by the Treasure Chest Hunt. This year the Hunt will be a little different. On March 20, sponsor radio stations WQSB, Mix 102.9 and Power 107.5 will be giving one clue each day. The DJs will give the clue, and listeners must call at a certain time to make a guess. The grand prize is $1,000. The grand prize winner for the treasure hunt will be announced at the festival at 4:30 p.m. on the main stage.
(FEBRUARY 2017) – Envision Networks® is proud to announce Vox Radio Group’s WCJC-FM/Indianapolis, Indiana as the latest affiliate of Collin Raye’s Rewind Country™. These vignettes highlight the untold stories behind the music and artists who ruled the country music charts over the last 30 years. With Your Country 99.3 now airing the daily vignettes, it joins over 150 affiliates on the Envision Country Network.
These daily vignettes are hosted by Collin Raye, one of the true superstars of the 1990s on country radio, with five new episodes produced and broadcast each week for affiliated stations.
“We are excited to have a new feature that I feel is unique to country radio” said Morning Host and Program Director, Big John Morgan. “Anyone can tell the story behind the song, but when you have the authority of a legend in the business like Collin Raye, it adds to the credibility!”
VOX RADIO GROUP Country WCJC/FT. WAYNE is the newest affiliate of “COLLIN RAYE’S REWIND COUNTRY” daily vignettes. The programming highlights untold stories behind the music and artists from Country’s past 30 years.
Hosted by COLLIN RAYE, the daily vignettes feature interviews with artists including DOLLY PARTON, CRYSTAL GAYLE, RONNIE MILSAP, MONTGOMERY GENTRY, JOE NICHOLS, and more.
Country music artist Collin Raye will perform Aug. 2 during the Freeborn County Fair. Raye shot to fame with “Love, Me” in 1991. He has also topped the charts with such songs as “On the Verge,” “One Boy, One Girl,” “What the Heart Wants,” “Every Second,” “That Was a River,” “Anyone Else” and “If I Were You.”
When we sit down with some of our country heroes here at Rare Country, we’re always curious to see who they like among the current stars of country music. This time around we’ve caught up with legendary acts Tanya Tucker, Mark Chesnutt and Collin Raye, and they’ve all got one artist in particular they like these days. Her name is Miranda Lambert.
In fact, Miranda was the first name Tanya mentioned when we asked her about today’s country music.
ountry music artist Collin Raye will perform Aug. 2 during the Freeborn County Fair. Raye shot to fame with “Love, Me” in 1991. He has also topped the charts with such songs as “On the Verge,” “One Boy, One Girl,” “What the Heart Wants,” “Every Second,” “That Was a River,” “Anyone Else” and “If I Were You.”
OHANA MEDIA GROUP Country KXLW/ANCHORAGE, AK is the newest affiliate of “COLLIN RAYE’S REWIND COUNTRY” daily vignettes. The programming highlights untold stories behind the music and artists from Country’s past 30 years. – See more at: http://www.allaccess.com/net-news/archive/story/162611/kxlw-anchorage-ak-adds-collin-raye-s-rewind-countr?ref=rss#sthash.XlKeRcv1.dpuf
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WRKN) – Hundreds of fans, dozens of artists, packed into Bridgestone Arena on Wednesday for a country legend.
Minutes before his tribute show began, Randy Travis met with the press, his wife Mary Davis at his side. “When the artists started falling into place, calling in and saying we want to be a part of it, it just meant so much,” Davis said.
Artist after artist poured into Bridgestone for a chance to sing for the icon. Since suffering a stroke in 2013, Travis has been unable to perform. Chuck Wicks would be one of the first, putting his spin on “If I Didn’t Have You,” a favorite tune from his youth.
“I was excited about it,” exclaimed Wicks. “Cause I grew up listening to Randy. Like everyone in this room probably did.”