Massachusetts guitarist and songwriter Bobby Earl Ray specializes in great toe-tappin' Country music, but he's also worked in other genres like Alternative Rock, Blues, Contemporary Christian, and Pop. Writing songs for both male and female singers, he was winner of the "Country Song of the Month" 3 times on Ourstage, Song Of The Month on The Christian Songwriters Network, and he had a song called "Bayou Cowgirl" in the Cash Box Pop-Country charts for 20 weeks this year. Bobby was also a writer for a prominent music publisher in Nashville.
Bobby Earl Ray's most recent song, "The Man Inside Of Me," was cut by Richard Dean Johnson.
The song of a homesick trucker dreaming of his special lady. He sees all the details that make her so special. The vocal is compelling, and sounds similar to George Strait. Lonely pedal steel textures the backdrop, Instrumental, Country Music, Alternative Country
The song of an angry lover after a breakup, basking in their freedom, and thrilled to be single again. Despite any attempts, they are determined to be free and stay that way. Good hard rocking number with a compelling female vocal, light metal guitars, and positive, driving beat. A great number! Female Vocals, Rock Music, Pop Rock