Collin Raye Sunday Mornin’ June 9

Collin Raye Adds Voice to
34th Annual Sunday Mornin’ Country®
to be Held June 9

line-up for country and gospel show includes The Oak Ridge Boys, Linda
Davis, George Hamilton IV, Lynn Anderson, Lulu Roman, Charlie McCoy,
Aaron & Amanda Crabb and more! 

Nashville, Tenn. (May 15, 2013) – Mega-hit maker Collin Raye (“That’s My Story,” “Little Rock,” “Not that Different,” “In This Life” and “Love, Me”) has been added to the growing list of stars scheduled to appear at the Sunday Mornin’ Country® show to be held on Sunday, June 9, 2013 at 2:30 P.M. at the Grand Ole Opry House in Nashville.
Raye, whose career has produced five platinum albums, 15 No. 1 hit
singles and 23 Top-10 hit singles, remains one of the great voices of
our time. Raye is the latest addition to the already stellar lineup,
which will feature the GRAMMY award-wining group, The Oak Ridge Boys, with appearances by Lynn
Anderson, Lulu Roman, Charlie McCoy, Aaron & Amanda Crabb, The
Country Chorale, Rick Hammer & The Tennessee River Boys, Holly
Watson, Casey Rivers, The Nashville Edition, Melanie Walker, Dianne
Sherrill, The Fox Brothers, Cowboy Joe & the Babcocks, Debbie
Bennett, Sam Samson
and The Sunday Mornin’ Country® Band.  The show will be hosted by Grammy-Award winning country artist Linda Davis and long-standing Grand Ole Opry® member George Hamilton IV. Advanced tickets are on sale now for $18 and can be purchased at, the Opry Box Office, by visiting or by clicking HERE.   

Now in its 34th year, Sunday Mornin’ Country® has
been named a Top-20 Tourism Society Event and provided hundreds of fans
with a remarkable Country and Gospel performance.  A perfect closure to
CMA MusicFest weekend, fans can see over a dozen Country and Gospel
artists perform and share what their faith means to them in their daily
lives.  For more information on Sunday Mornin’ Country®, please visit

Collin Raye took Country Music by storm. The ACM Award Winner began
his career in the early 1990’s when he released his debut album All I
Can Be, which instantly produced his first #1 hit, “Love, Me.” In 1992,
the widely-recognized single earned Collin several prestigious
nominations across the Country scene including Song of the Year as well
as Single of the Year. All I Can Be was the first of five of his albums to achieve platinum status.

Throughout his prolific career, Collin has released 11 studio albums
including a greatest hits complication, a Christmas record and a live
album. Raye has received five nominations for CMA Male Vocalist of the
Year and three nominations for ACM Male Vocalist of the Year. In
addition, he received a CMA nomination for Best Video, two CMA
nominations for Song of the Year and two nominations for single of the
Year. In 1997, Raye took home the ACM Award for Music Video of the Year
for “I Think about You.” Collin has charted 15 No.1 hits on the country
charts as well as 15 top 10 hits.

Recently, Collin has embarked on a new chapter in his life, signing
with Brand Entertainment Agency for the launch of his 2013 “That’s My
Story” tour. For more information, please visit

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