Ray Pillow

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Ray Pillow “I am always very honored and proud,” says Ray, “to be introduced around the world, and especially back home in Nashville, Tennessee, as Grand Ole Opry star Ray Pillow.”Ray Pillow made his mark on country music both as a recording artist and also as a Nashville music industry executive. Pillow became a member of the Grand Ole Opry on April 30, 1966. That year Billboard named him the “Most Promising Male Artist” and Cash Box named him the “Most Promising New Artist.” A national deejay poll named him the “Most Programmed New Artist.”

In the early 1980s Ray formed a partnership with Larry McFaden. They brought Lee Greenwood to Nashville, and their jointly owned Sycamore Valley Music Company published all of Lee’s songs, including the 1985 CMA Song of the Year, “God Bless the USA.”

Ray was named to the Virginia Country Music Hall of Fame in 1994.

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