BBR Music Group/Stoney Creek Records’ exciting newcomer Frank Ray today announces his label EP debut Getcha Some will be released August 12 digitally. The six-song project, which features his Top 20-and-climbing single, “Country’d Look Good On You” encapsulates the bilingual entertainer’s personality with flair, swagger, fun, wit, emotion, heart and kindness. Produced by Frank Rogers, each song on Getcha Some was co-written by Ray to deliver a well-rounded sampling of the former police officer’s talents and character. Pre-add/pre-save Getcha Some HERE.
The title, Getcha Some is drawn from a phrase Frank often uses which originated during his time spent at the police academy when he was in need of a little more “umph,” motivation or burst of energy. He and his fellow officers would use it to motivate each other, and it evolved to become a mainstay in his life. As a performer, he uses it as not only an invitation to the crowd to get their energy up and join him but also a reminder to himself to keep digging deeper so he leaves every last drop of sweat on the stage.
“Getcha Some kind of feels like my introduction to the world so when putting this project together, I really wanted it to be representative of all of the facets of who I am—a family man, proud Hispanic, high-energy entertainer and a bit of a good time Charlie,” said Frank Ray. “Most importantly, I wanted to create something that would make people smile. I can’t wait to share these songs with the world and soak in those moments with the crowd.”
Part of CMT’s Listen Up Class of 2022, Frank Ray participated in a CMT Twitter Spaces last night alongside Tiera Kennedy where he revealed details of the project.
Getcha Some Track Listing:
- “Streetlights” – Frank Ray, Bobby Hamrick and Frank Rogers
- “Country’d Look Good On You” – Frank Ray
- “Y’all Showed Up” – Frank Ray, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Bobby Hamrick, and Frank Rogers
- “Somebody Else’s Whiskey”—Frank Ray, Derek George, Frank Rogers
- “Late” – Frank Ray, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George, Bobby Hamrick and Frank Rogers.
- “Out On Me” – Frank Ray, Jeremy Bussey, Monty Criswell, Derek George and Frank Rogers
About Frank Ray: Frank Ray is a former police officer, Texas chart-topper, and bilingual recording artist opening doors for a modern Latino Country movement. Growing up both enriched in his Mexican culture, three miles from the border in New Mexico and surrounded by Country music in Texas, Frank was immersed in the best of both worlds and has been harmonizing the two since. Described as “easygoing contemporary Country with pop-soul hooks and a dash of Southwestern spice” (Rolling Stone) Frank’s music is a blend—drawing influences from ‘90s Texas Country, Latin, R&B and Pop. As an entertainer, Frank delivers engaging, high energy performances that have a little something for everyone. It’s with this cross-cultural appeal and his panorama of influences that the Los Angeles Times proclaims Ray “is looking to stretch Country music’s cultural boundaries.”
In the three short years since embarking on his musical journey full-time, he has racked up two No. 1 singles and three Top ten singles on Texas Country Radio, become a staff songwriter, landed Frank Rogers as his producer, signed a record deal with BBR Music Group/Stoney Creek Records and much more. In addition to being named an “Artist to Watch” by Rolling Stone, Ray has appeared on USA Network’s Real Country, been profiled in the Los Angeles Times and on NBC’s TODAY. He has also toured the nation and shared stages in support of artists like Luke Combs, Kane Brown, Brett Eldredge, Luke Bryan, Kip Moore, LANCO, Old Dominion, Hunter Hayes, and more. The versatile entertainer debut radio single with Stoney Creek Records, “Country’d Look Good On You,” is currently climbing through the Top 20. His label debut EP Getcha Some will be released August 12.https://www.countryschatter.com/2022/07/82661/New ArtistsNew ReleasesPress Release"Getcha Some" BBR Music Group/Stoney6 Creek Records,'Country'd Look Good On You',Derek George,Frank Ray,Frank Rogers,Jeremy Bussey,Rolling Stone