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Henry Goldgran ad for 1964 U.S. Autumn Tour, also claiming earlier Europe & Austrasia tour of Ray Charles, in Variety (Sep. 16, 1964).

Henry Goldgran ad for 1964 U. Autumn Tour, also claiming earlier Europe & Austrasia tour of Ray Charles, in Variety (Sep.

Ray Charles - I can't stop loving you, 
I've made up my mind http://www.myspace.com/raycharleslegacy

Ray Charles at the City Center Arena, Seattle, 1966

Ray Charles at the City Center Arena, Seattle, 1966 Art Print by Loren, Dennis 15 x

"You Are So Beautiful-Ray Charles-Joe Cocker" By Gregory D @GregoryDmusic  https://youtube.com/watch?v=gepg18T3DEM

"You Are So Beautiful-Ray Charles-Joe Cocker" By Gregory D @GregoryDmusic https://youtube.com/watch?v=gepg18T3DEM

Self-Promotion / Portfolio / Book / " Zoom In " © Mathilde Erard graphic design - book - print - stephen king - ai wei wei - ray & charles eames -

Self-Promotion / Portfolio / Book / " Zoom In " © Mathilde Erard graphic design - book - print - stephen king - ai wei wei - ray & charles eames -

Ray Charles at the Palace Auditorium in ?Knoxville, TN? (Feb. 12 - 13, 1957).

I will pay top dollar for vintage Ray Charles concert posters, like these two from the

Johnny Cash invites friends Waylon Jennings (left), Jessi Colter, wife June Carter and Ray Charles to pose for a promotional portrait for his television special Johnny Cash: Spring Fever on April 14, 1978.

Johnny Cash invites friends Waylon Jennings (left), Jessi Colter, wife June Carter and Ray Charles to pose for a promotional portrait for his television special Johnny Cash: Spring Fever on April

Ray Charles at Rec Hall, Penn State Univ. (Feb 8, '61; returning there in May '61). "Colleges have become so jazz-minded of late that rock 'n roll has become almost nil. Jazz lectures are a common thing now in most colleges. Jazz clubs have become a predominant part of the college scene. One such club, at Penn State University, has a name every two or so months like the [MJQ], Kenton, Ellington, and in May they'll have Ray Charles," George E. Pitts wrote in the New Pittsburgh Courier of…

Ray Charles at Rec Hall, Penn State Univ. (Feb 8, '61; returning there in May '61). "Colleges have become so jazz-minded of late that rock 'n roll has become almost nil. Jazz lectures are a common thing now in most colleges. Jazz clubs have become a predominant part of the college scene. One such club, at Penn State University, has a name every two or so months like the [MJQ], Kenton, Ellington, and in May they'll have Ray Charles," George E. Pitts wrote in the New Pittsburgh Courier of…

The critic of the Newport Daily News, in a review of the Ray Charles Sextet's concert at the Jazz Fest, was [one of?] the first to mention "The Raylettes" [sic!] as Ray's backing group (July 5, 1958). The fourth girl was Mary-Ann Fisher.

The critic of the Newport Daily News, in a review of the Ray Charles Sextet's concert at the Jazz Fest, was [one of?] the first to mention "The Raylettes" [sic!] as Ray's backing group (July 5, 1958). The fourth girl was Mary-Ann Fisher.

Ray Charles at WAOK's 5th Anniversary Show in Atlanta at Herndon Stadium on 28 and 29 May 1959; live recording later released as album Ray Charles In Person; co-billed with Roy Hamilton, B.B. King, Ruth Brown, The Drifters, Johnny Adams, The Fiesta;s, Huey Smith and his Clowns, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Floyd Ryland, ; mc'ed by Baron Wilson. One of the first outdoor R festivals). Ad from Atlanta Daily World (May 28th).

Ray Charles at WAOK's 5th Anniversary Show in Atlanta at Herndon Stadium on 28 and 29 May 1959; live recording later released as album Ray Charles In Person; co-billed with Roy Hamilton, B.B. King, Ruth Brown, The Drifters, Johnny Adams, The Fiesta;s, Huey Smith and his Clowns, Buddy Johnson, Ella Johnson, Floyd Ryland, ; mc'ed by Baron Wilson. One of the first outdoor R festivals). Ad from Atlanta Daily World (May 28th).

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