An American singer and a member of the renowned singing group The Jordanaires. Ray Walker has been the bass singer for the group since June 1, 1958.
Among the accolades the group has received during his tenure with The Jordanaires is induction into the Country Music Hall of Fame, the NACMAI North American Country Music Association International Hall of Fame, the Gospel Music Hall of Fame, Rockabilly Hall of Fame, Vocal Group Hall of Fame.
He was, also, awarded the "Avalon Award", the highest award given for contribution and accomplishment by his alma mater', David Lipscomb University, in 2005.
During the early 1960s, Ray Walker, Neal Matthews, Jr., Hoyt Hawkins and Gordon Stoker helped mold the genre of Country Music known as "The Nashville Sound", singing backup harmonies to such artists as Patsy Cline and Jim Reeves.
A truly talented gentleman, he continues to perform with The Jordanaires.
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