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Boo Ray ‘Six Weeks In A Motel’

Six Weeks In A Motel, the much anticipated follow up to Boo Ray’s 2010 release Bad News Travels Fast, delivers a sonic and compositional masterpiece. Raised in the western mountains of North Carolina, Boo Ray has fused the anthemic swagger of 1970’s Southern Rock with the rich history of Nashville songwriting craft.

Featured Musicians include Steve Ferrone on drums (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers), Jimmie Lee Sloas on bass (Keith Urban, Reba McEntire), British guitar virtuoso Sol Philcox, and Bruce Bouton (Randy Travis, Emmylou Harris, Ricky Skaggs) on pedal steel.

Recommended tracks include the gritty good time of “Boots and Blue Jeans,” the retrospective pop of “I Seen Me Do It” and the celebratory power of “Southern Harmony.”

“Six Weeks In A Motel” carries a heap of grit and soul... Melody with bite and brawn. This is 100 proof with an ear for a hook.” Baron Lane, Twang Nation

“Boo Ray's 'SIX WEEKS IN A MOTEL' is a Great Album. I play it on SiriusXM Radio” Alamo Jones, The Voice In Black

Available as a CD & Digital Download
Catalog No. F-13012
Price: $10.99 List (U.S.)
File under: Americana, Country
Contact: Price Harrison

TRACK LIST:
1. BOOTS AND BLUE JEANS
2. I SEEN ME DO IT 3. SOUTHERN HARMONY
4. LIKE A CIGARETTE
5. LET THE CARDS FALL
6. PARTNERS IN CRIME
7. SIX WEEKS IN A MOTEL
8. TWANG
9. WAY YOU SHINE
10. BROKEN WINGS
11. BLACK AND CHROME
12. SONGS
13. BRICKS AND MORTAR

Radio:
Servicing to AAA, Americana, NPR, and Roots stations.

Press:
Press and publicity campaign to key Americana, Country and Rock magazines and writers.

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