Collin Raye Honors Glen Campbell With 2013 Album ‘Still On The Line: The Songs Of Glen Campbell’
In 2013, multi-platinum selling country sensation Collin Raye honored one of his heroes, Glen Campbell, with a tribute album of the Rhinestone Cowboy’s iconic songs. The 12-track album titled, Still On The Line: The Songs of Glen Campbell, was an opportunity for Raye to show his respect and admiration for Campbell. Click here to order Still On The Line: The Songs of Glen Campbell.
Raye released the following statement on Campbell’s passing: “My hero… My Friend… Glen Campbell, is gone. My heart is heavy. A lot of memories… the end to a beautiful era in music. His incredible legacy is what we have now. Thank you, my friend, for always treating me as an equal, though clearly I am not. May God comfort your sweet family, and welcome you into His presence. The Heavenly Band, just got way better. I love you, Glen. Happy Trails.”
STILL ON THE LINE TRACK LISTING:
Gentle On My Mind (feat. Ricky Skaggs)
Country Boy (You’ve Got Your Feet In L.A.)
Try A Little Kindness
Dreams Of The Everyday Housewife
By The Time I Get To Phoenix
The Hand That Rocks The Cradle
Rhinestone Cowboy (feat. Billy Dean)
Where’s The Playground Susie
Watch Collin’s performance of “Wichita Linemen”
COLLIN RAYE ON TOUR:
Aug. 10 San Juan County Fair – Monticello, Utah
Aug. 11 Club Madrid @ Sunset Station – Henderson, Nev.
Aug. 12 Sevier County Fair – Richfield, Utah
Aug. 15 Rockingham County Fair – Harrisonburg, Va.
Aug. 26 Patty Pallatos Fund Raiser at The Great Frederick Fairgrounds – Frederick, Md.
Aug. 30 Central Wisconsin State Fair – Marshfield, Wis.
Aug. 31 DuQuoin State Fair – DuQuoin, Ill.
Sept. 02 Sweet Corn Festival – Millersport, Ohio
Sept. 09 Clearwater River Casino – Lewiston, Idaho
Sept. 14 Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino – Laughlin, Nev.
Sept. 19 Ashland County Fair – Ashland, Ohio
Sept. 21 Mill Town Music Hall – Bremen, Ga.
Sept. 29 Peppermill Concert Hall – West Wendover, Nev.
Oct. 13 Welk Resort Theater – Branson, Mo.
Oct. 18 City Winery – Breaking the Silence Country Music Night – Nashville, Tenn.
Oct. 21 Knowlton Auditorium – Austin, Minn.
Oct. 22 Mayo Civic Center – Rochester, Minn.
Oct. 23 Potter Auditorium – Chatfield, Minn.
Nov. 03 Coastal Carolina Fair – Ladson, S.C.
Dec. 02 Christmas In Ida Festival – Ida, Mich.
Dec. 16 Stephens Performing Arts Center – Pocatello, Idaho
Jan 20 Sugar Creek Casino – Hinton, Okla.
March 01 Paramount Theatre and Visual Arts Center – St. Cloud, Minn.
April 10 Grand Ballroom – Salt Lake City
July 20 Franklin County Fair – Hampton, Iowa
ABOUT COLLIN RAYE:
Collin Raye’s searing ballads and electric performances have been captivating country audiences for more than 25 years. With 16 No. 1 hits, 24 top 10s and ten Male Vocalist Of The Year nominations, Raye has clearly emerged as one of the great voices of our time. The De Queen, Arkansas native rose to fame in 1991 with the timeless number one hit, “Love, Me.” In 1994, his music video for “Little Rock,” led to over 100,000 phone calls to Alcoholics Anonymous from addicts seeking help. “Not That Different,” was a song that pleaded for tolerance, and “I Think About You” (awarded as “Video Of The Year” by the Academy of Country Music in 1997) exposed exploitation of women and children. His latest album projects include His Love Remains, his first inspirational hymns album, as well as Still On The Line, a tribute album to Glen Campbell. In 2014, he released his moving autobiography, “A Voice Undefeated.” He has topped the charts with songs such as “In This Life,” “I Can Still Feel You,” and “That’s My Story.” He is currently performing across the U.S. on The Big 25 Tour. For more information on Collin Raye and upcoming tour dates, visit collinraye.com.