New music could be on the way for Michael Ray. Michael recently took to Instagram to share a snippet of an unreleased new song, "Nothin' Else." The midtempo romantic tune boasts the lyrics: "Love me like you ain't got nothing else/ Left to... Read More.
Missed Michael Ray's Dive Bars & Broken Hearts EP release party in Nashville? Fret not, he's got you covered. The entire release party will stream on YouTube on Friday, June 30, at 10 a.m. CT. "This whole event is my full band, my live band playing every song... Read More.
Michael Ray's Dive Bars & Broken Hearts EP will feature a duet with Meghan Patrick on "Spirits and Demons." Of his collaboration decision, Michael shares, "I've been friends with Meghan for years, in the way you've got your 'Hey, I’m off the road. Wanna grab a beer?' friends when... Read More.
Michael Ray's new song, "Workin' On It," is out now. The feel-good track was written by a superstar team of artists and songwriters: Morgan Wallen, HARDY, Jesse Frasure and Josh Osborne. Despite not writing it, Michael says "Workin' On It'" still chronicles his life story.
Michael Ray's not holding back on honesty in his upcoming batch of music. The singer, who recently dropped his new song "Get Her Back," is slated to release a six-song EP titled Dive Bars & Broken Hearts. Produced by Michael Knox (Jason Aldean, Hank Williams Jr. and Montgomery Gentry), the project is... Read More.
Michael Ray has returned with a brand new song, "Get Her Back." Written by Dallas Wilson, Jordan James, Lalo and Michael Tyler, the midtempo track boasts triple entendre lyricism and a midtempo production that amplifies the narrator's heartbroken yet bitter sentiments. "I was raised on country songs that turn... Read More.
Michael Ray's busy working on new music as he gets ready to hit the road in 2023.He'll launch his new tour February 18 in Los Fresnos, Texas, on the heels of being in the studio with producer Michael Knox, who's best known for his work... Read More.
By MEREDITH DELISO and LUKE BARR, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- A prominent sports gambler faces up to five years in prison after pleading guilty to threatening Tampa Bay Rays players.Benjamin Patz, 24, of Napa, California, pleaded guilty Wednesday to... Read More.