Webster Public Relations announces the return of country chart-topper Collin Raye to its roster following a previous partnership for PR representation in support of forthcoming new projects. The Arkansas native is known for over 40 top-charting hits including “Love, Me,” “My Kind Of Girl,” “That’s My Story,” “I Can Still Feel You.”
“We’re thrilled to bring Collin aboard our growing roster. His top hits from the 90s and early 2000s are still some of the most-played songs on country radio today, proving Collin’s longevity as a writer and performer. His social activism through meaningful and emotional songs like ‘I Think About You,’ and ‘Little Rock,’ make him a valuable mouthpiece for a multitude of social causes in the media, and we’re excited to continue to grow his career with his successful past as a backing,” said Kirt Webster, founder and CEO of Webster Public Relations.
The 10-time Male Vocalist Of The Year Award nominee has 16 No. 1 hits and 24 Top 10s and has always been an energizing showman, singing heartfelt songs with a sincere honesty that only he can deliver.
“It’s an amazing blessing to be celebrating 25 years in country music,” said Raye. “Kirt Webster is a dear friend, and with a number of exciting projects ahead in 2016, we’re honored to have his talented team on board for this special year.”
Raye’s latest album projects include Still On The Line, a tribute album to his long-time friend and country music legend Glen Campbell who continues to battle Alzheimer’s disease, and Everlasting, a compilation of classic love song covers. Raye also released his autobiography, A Voice Undefeated, in 2014. Other top hits include “On The Verge,” “One Boy, One Girl,” “In This Life,” “If I Were You,” and “Not That Different,” to name a few.
In 1994, his music video for “Little Rock” led to over 100,000 phone calls to Alcoholics Anonymous from addicts seeking help in their addictions. “Not That Different,” was a song that pleaded for tolerance, and “In This Life” became one of the most popular wedding songs across the country. “I Think About You” won awards for its song and video, which exposed exploitation of women and children.
Raye tours regularly and is managed by Jenn Giroux at Cradle Concepts. Booking is handled by United Talent Agency.
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