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Doors at 7:00pm Show at 8:00pm
Ages 18 and up - All Minors Will Be Charged an Additional $5 At the Door. 17 & Under Admitted with Parent or Guardian Only.
This will be a socially distanced show with EXTREMELY LIMITED capacity.
All tickets are tables seating tickets and include admission. All tables will be 6 feet apart at all times. We will ask that Social distancing of at least 6 feet be respected throughout the venue, including entrance/exit at all times.
We will be following all State Guidelines and will be cleaning and sanitizing chairs, tables and other surfaces.
We ask our customers that if they or anyone in their household has a fever or other COVID-19 symptoms, they refrain from attending the event and putting other people at risk.
Customers are required to wear masks at all times unless seated at their designated seats per state orders. Masks must be worn when moving around the venue to use restroom facilities etc.
Tickets for An Evening with Ray Scott are limited and will go fast so get yours today!
2020 marks fifteen years since Ray Scott first burst upon the scene with his debut album My Kind of Music. Call it an anniversary or a milestone if you will. In some ways, a lot has changed since then. In others, not much has changed at all.
What’s the same? He still comes fully armed with that signature muscled, baritone voice that swings so low it scrapes the top of your boots as it sends a shiver down your spine. He’s still as hardcore country as he ever was and he’s still making his kind of music.
What’s changed in the decade plus years since he parted ways with his record label and went out on his own? His voice has gotten stronger, his songs punch harder and he’s having a helluva lot more fun these days.
In short; he’s better and more successful than ever before.
Nowhere Near Done isn’t just the name of Ray Scott’s latest EP, it’s a statement. A statement to anyone who ever wrote him off, forgot about him or even worse, thought he might wither away.
“I’ve gotten better,” says Ray with an air of confidence, not cockiness.
“I feel like I’m way more in touch with what my audience likes and what they expect out of me. They expect a little bit of wit. They expect me to say things a little bit differently. I give them something they’re not used to hearing from everybody else and that’s been my niche from the very beginning.”
If that’s his niche, then Nowhere Near Done fits that bill to a tee. As a collection these six songs will reach right through your speakers and in one way or another, punch you square in the heart. Individually they’ll make you dance; make you cry or make you push down so hard on the gas pedal you could very well end up with a speeding ticket on your way home.
It only takes the first two songs, ‘Bottle of Whiskey’ and ‘Better as I Go’ to showcase Ray’s elite songwriting skills. Not afraid to bare his soul and own up to his real-life transgressions, both are open and honest admissions about losing one wife to divorce and wanting to be a better man for the next. Ray might be the one brave enough to sing those things out loud, but Lord knows thousands of us in the audience know those same mistakes all too well.
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