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This catchy, new tune was written by Ray, his cousin, Oliver Jones and Australian musician, Daryl Braithwaite.
With it's hook-laden, Americana rock style, it's the perfect summer anthem.
Already receiving a lot of interest in Australia, this song is being snapped up by radio stations across the country.
This track is on the new album, In my life available from all good music platforms.
You can download the single now on Band Camp Click HERE
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Ray's second album, IN MY LIFE, was released on May 1st 2020.
This album features 12 songs and no expense has been spared during the creation and production of this epic masterpiece.
Ray has embraced the contributions of some very talented guest musicians and the finished article really shines way beyond anything he's done before.
You can download the album at any one of the following outlets
The first official single from Coming home is released today on the 28th January 2020. This, Uplifting, happy-go-lucky tune sums up everything Ray feels as a musician who every day is thankful for where he is today in life. Click on the link to see the brand new video.
Ray is currently touring the length and bredth of the UK with sixties legends, Herman's Hermits on guitar. The Mammoth tour began on September 24th 2019 and continues into 2020. For more information, visit https://www.ents24.com/uk/tour-dates/sixties-gold For other dates continuing Herman's Hermits 55th anniversary tour click HERE
Ray Frost has just released his debut solo album featuring twelve self-penned tracks. The album has been produced by Ray's cousin, Oliver Jones, a successful songwriter in his own right.
Coming Home quickly developed over a few months as songs were coming thick and fast and took only 6 weeks to record and produce. The whole ethos of the album is to be happy with what you have and not to dwell on what you haven't got.
Ray plays guitar and sings on all the tracks which also feature additional music by Oliver and banjo by Jody Stoddart.
Click to listen to the tracks and download the album