New Album Lands on Multiple Billboard Charts
NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Ray Scott’s new album Guitar For Sale
is resonating with country music fans, as evidenced by its place on
three Billboard charts this week. The project boasts the position of No.
30 for Country Album Sales, No. 28 for Independent Albums and No. 12 on
the all-genre Heatseekers Albums chart.
Proving Scott’s continued success as an independent artist, Guitar For Sale
is the top country release on this week’s Heatseekers Albums chart.
Scott appeared on the Heatseekers chart 12 years ago with his debut
album with Warner Bros. Records, My Kind Of Music, which also was No. 39 on Top Country Albums.
Guitar For Sale is available now on iTunes, Amazon, Google Play and at RayScott.com.
Scott’s sixth studio album not only showcases his capabilities as one
of country music’s favorite baritone voices, but also the songwriting
talent he has built a successful career on, reigning in listeners with
emotional pull and witty humor. The album was produced by Michael Hughes
and is distributed by The Holland Group / Sony/RED.
Tune in to 650 AM WSM on Monday, June 26, as Scott guest hosts
alongside Devon O’Day on Nashville Today at 3:00 p.m. CT. Fans outside
the Nashville area can listen at www.wsmonline.com.
RAY SCOTT UPCOMING TOUR DATES:
July 13 Lawrence County Ohio Fair Grounds – Proctorville, Ohio
July 20 Salem Civic Center (w/ Jamey Johnson) – Salem, Va.
July 21 Roanoke Rapids Theatre (w/ Jamey Johnson) – Roanoke Rapids, N.C.
July 22 Lake Welchel Dam – Gaffney, S.C.
July 23 House of Blues Myrtle Beach (w/ Jamey Johnson) – Myrtle Beach, S.C.
Aug. 06 Crown Hill (w/ Aaron Tippin) – Indianapolis, Ind.
Aug. 10 State Fair of West Viriginia (w/ Aaron Lewis) – Lewisburg, W. Va.
Aug. 12 Chesterfield Amphitheater – Chesterfield, Mo.
Sept. 23 Delaware County Fairgrounds – Deleware, Ohio
About Ray Scott:
Ray Scott has built up an impressive career over the past decade. His 2005 debut album My Kind of Music racked up sales of over 100,000 units, and became the # 1 Country Album on the Billboard
Heatseekers chart, and his “Those Jeans” single has sold over 300,000
copies – all from the song’s exposure on SiriusXM. He has tallied four
No. 1 singles in the United Kingdom, accounted for over one million
Spotify streams, and over 711,000 new views on YouTube. Scott has also
performed on the stage of the Grand Ole Opry over sixty times
in his career. The entertainer has also tasted success as a songwriter,
with cuts from superstars Trace Adkins, Clay Walker and Country Music
Hall of Fame member Randy Travis to his credit.