Ray Price Net Worth

Ray Price Net Worth is
$5 Million

Ray Price Biography

After shifting to Nashville in the first 50s, he discovered himself overtaking Hank Williams’ band, following the performer passed on. Ray Price was created in Perryville, Texas, and began carrying out in the past due 40s after completing his armed service service.Ray Cost net worth: Ray Cost was an American nation singer, songwriter, and musician who also has a net well worth of $5 million dollars. Former roommates, Ray Cost went on to control Hank Williams’ group for several years. He passed on in December 2013. Through the years, he relocated from honky tonk, and cultivated a far more gospel-influenced mellower audio that was in the home on both contemporary and nation charts. He continued release a effective albums and hit nation tracks through the mid-2000s, and received two Grammy Awards, among additional honors. He started to gain see as a honky-tonk musician, fueled by a few of the hit tunes he wrote, including “Launch Me” and “Speak to your Heart”.

Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameRay Price
Net Worth$5 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 12, 1926
DiedDecember 16, 2013, Mount Pleasant, Texas, United States
ProfessionGuitarist, Singer, Songwriter, For the Good Times, Crazy Arms, Heartaches by the Number
EducationUniversity of Texas at Arlington
SpouseJanie Mae, Linda Powers, For the Good Times, Crazy Arms, Heartaches by the Number
ChildrenCliff Price

Interesting Facts

1 He was among the first country music artists to use electric instruments and drums.
2 His mentor was Hank Williams.
3 As a young man, he became friends with Hank Williams, and toured with him.
4 He studied to be a veterinarian at North Texas Agricultural College, before deciding a career in music.
5 Had a long string of hits on Billboard magazine's country singles chart from 1951 to 1982, including eight No. 1 hits.
6 Was closely identified with country music's Nashville Sound that was popularized in the 1960s, though critics also consider him a fine keeper of traditional country music.
7 The No. 1 hits include "Crazy Arms" (20 weeks, 1956), "My Shoes Keep Walking Back to You" (1957), "City Lights" (13 weeks, 1958), "The Same Old Me" (1959), "For the Good Times" (1970), "I Won't Mention it Again" (1971), "She's Got to Be a Saint" (1972) and "You're the Best Thing That's Ever Happened to Me" (1973). Of those, it was "For the Good Times" -- which spent just one week at No. 1 but spent nearly six months on the charts -- that became his signature song.
8 Other major hits included "Please Release Me" (1954), "Heartaches by the Number" (1959, No. 2, spent 40 weeks on the charts), "Make the World Go Away" (1963, later recorded by Eddy Arnold), "Night Life" (also 1963, written by Willie Nelson), "The Other Woman (in My Life)" (1966), "Danny Boy" (1967), "Angels and Love Songs" (1975), "It Don't Hurt Half as Bad" (1981) and "Diamonds in the Stars" (1982). Also had a couple of duet hits with Willie Nelson, the biggest of which was "Faded Love" (1980, re-recording of the old Bob Wills tune that Patsy Cline made very popular.
9 In 2002, released "Time," a collection of new songs.
10 He was elected to the Country Music Hall of Fame in 1996.
11 Born at 5:00am-CST
12 Country-western singer.


1 If you got a pop hit, you sold a lot more records. It was my style, really. I'm still a country boy. I don't pretend to be anything else.


Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2008 Grammy Grammy Awards Best Country Collaboration with Vocals Willie Nelson



The Marty Stuart Show TV Series writer - 2 episodes, 2010 - 2014 performer - 1 episode, 2010
Grand Theft Auto V 2013 Video Game performer: "Crazy Arms"
The Guilt Trip 2012 performer: "Heartaches By The Numbers"
Nashville 2012 TV Series writer - 1 episode
Opry Memories 2011 TV Movie performer: "For The Good Times"
Opry Video Classics: Honky-Tonk Heroes 2007 Video performer: "Heartaches By the Number"
Opry Video Classics: Legends 2007 Video performer: "City Lights"
Opry Video Classics: Love Ballads 2007 Video performer: "For the Good Times"
Opry Video Classics: Pioneers 2007 Video performer: "Crazy Arms"
A Man of No Importance 1994 performer: "Make the World Go Away"
The Last Picture Show 1971 writer: "Give Me More, More of Your Kisses" - as R. Price, uncredited
Dave's Place 1965 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Country Style, U.S.A. TV Series short performer - 3 episodes, 1957 - 1959 writer - 1 episode, 1957


Honkytonk Man 1982 Bob Wills Singer
Ranch Party 1957 TV Series Regular
Grand Ole Opry 1955 TV Series


The Mike Douglas Show 1970 TV Series Himself - Vocalist
That Good Ole Nashville Music 1970 TV Series Himself - Guest Performer
Dave's Place 1965 TV Series Himself
Forty Acre Feud 1965 Himself
Country Music Caravan 1964 Himself
Country Style, U.S.A. 1957-1959 TV Series short Himself - Singer
Grand Ole Opry 1955 TV Series Himself
Billy Mize & the Bakersfield Sound 2014 Documentary
Hank Cochran: Livin' for a Song 2012 Documentary Himself
The Joy of Country 2011 TV Movie Himself
American Masters 2004-2010 TV Series documentary Himself
The Marty Stuart Show 2010 TV Series Himself - Special Guest
American Music: Off the Record 2008 Documentary Himself
Last of the Breed: Live in Concert 2007 TV Movie Himself
Tootsie's Orchid Lounge: Where the Music Began 2005 Video Himself
Austin City Limits 1999 TV Series documentary Himself
Roger Miller Remembered 1998 TV Special Himself
Grand Ole Opry 70th Anniversary 1996 TV Special Himself
Biography 1994 TV Series documentary Himself
Willie Nelson: My Life 1991 Himself
The American Music Awards 1982 TV Special Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1967-1982 TV Series Himself - Guest / Himself
12th Annual Music City News Awards 1978 TV Special Himself - Presenter
Spotlight 1977 TV Series Himself
That's Country 1977 Himself
Dean Martin Presents Music Country 1973 TV Series Himself
Hee Haw 1972 TV Series Himself - Special Guest
The Johnny Cash Show 1971 TV Series Himself - Singer
The David Frost Show 1970 TV Series Himself

Archive Footage

The 56th Annual Grammy Awards 2014 TV Special Himself - Country Singer (In Memoriam)
Opry Memories 2011 TV Movie Himself
Opry Video Classics: Honky-Tonk Heroes 2007 Video Himself
Opry Video Classics: Legends 2007 Video Himself
Opry Video Classics: Love Ballads 2007 Video Himself
Opry Video Classics: Pioneers 2007 Video Himself
Grand Ole Opry's Vintage Classics 2005 TV Movie Himself

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