Nashville, Tenn. (Sept. 2, 2021) — Need a good laugh this Labor Day weekend? Ray Stevens has you covered. The Country Music Hall of Fame member has announced the reopening of his West Nashville showroom, CabaRay. Country music’s legendary funnyman will resume live concerts at the entertainment venue this Saturday, Sept. 4.
Due to the spread of COVID-19, CabaRay closed its door in 2020. Over a year later, Stevens is ecstatic to return to the stage.
“I’m really excited about the new show and finally reopening the showroom,” he says. “There’s nothing else like it in Nashville!”
Moving forward, concerts will be held at CabaRay every Saturday night at 7:30 p.m. The 90-minute show features Stevens performing his classic hit songs that have fueled his storied career for more than 60 years.
Tickets are available for purchase via phone at 615-327-4630. CabaRay is located at 5724 River Road. For more information, visit raystevenscabaray.com.
During CabaRay’s closure, Stevens kept himself plenty busy, releasing four all-new albums via Curb Records: Great Country Ballads, Melancholy Fescue (High Class Bluegrass),Slow Danceand Nouveau Retro (What’s Old Is New Again). All four compilations are available for purchase separately or together in a special-edition box set: Iconic Songs of the 20th Century (The Soundtrack of Our Lives). For more details and purchasing information, visit raystevens.com.
About Ray Stevens
Twelve-time nominated and two-time GRAMMY® Award winner Ray Stevens has spanned the generations with more than 60 years of comedic musical talent, including songs such as his multi-million selling hit “The Streak” and his classic pop standard “Everything Is Beautiful.” Throughout his career, Stevens has sold more than 40 million albums. In 2018, the music legend opened his very own Nashville entertainment venue, the CabaRay Showroom, a 35,000 square foot music venue where Stevens performs weekly live concerts. He is a member of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, the Georgia Music Hall of Fame, has a star on the Music City Walk of Fame, and was formally inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in the fall of 2019.
For more information on Ray Stevens, visit raystevens.com.
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