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Country Singer Ray Scott at Rodeo Club

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DRINKIN' BEER: Ray Scott isn't always thirsty when he drinks.

DRINKIN' BEER: Ray Scott isn't always thirsty when he drinks.

Ray Scott is a good, old-fashioned country boy. Starting his career at 19, he noodled about in a few bands before finding success writing songs for the likes of Randy Travis and Clay Walker. His newest album, last year’s Guitar For Sale, saw Scott use his rich baritone to denounce some of his honky-tonkin’ ways. The album’s lead single, “Livin’ This Way,” is an ode to the many forms of escape Scott employs when he’s feeling low. Folks can expect to hear that song and other favorites like “Those Jeans” and “Ain’t Always Thirsty.”

Ray Scott
Thu, 7pm, $10+
The Rodeo Club, San Jose

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