Collin Raye’s ‘Rewind Country’ Debuts On Envision Networks

collin-rayePlatinum award winning country music artist Collin Raye is set to host an exciting new radio show on Envision Networks, titled “Collin Raye Rewind Country.” Lucky listeners across the country will be treated to a daily dose of nostalgia as Raye shares the untold stories of the biggest country music stars from the past 30 years.

The Arkansas native has already snagged interviews with legendary veterans Charlie Daniels and Dolly Parton, but he’ll also feature contemporary artists on his debut radio show.

If you’ve ever wanted to know the untold stories behind some of country’s biggest hits and hit makers, you won’t want to miss, “Collin Raye Rewind Country.” Raye recalls why Lorrie Morgan refused to listen to one of her biggest hits, “Something in Red,” and shares the real reason for the global success of super group the Oak Ridge Boys.

Raye describes his groundbreaking interviews as fast-moving and compelling.

It’s great radio, and I’m thrilled to present this opportunity,” he says.

During his 25 year career Raye has recorded seven Number One songs and notched nearly 25 Top Five tunes. He’s been nominated for ACM and CMA Male Vocalist of the Year nearly a dozen times.

His first number one hit, “Love Me,” was recorded in 1992. Throughout the rest of the decade Raye recorded an amazing five straight platinum albums!

Raye’s autobiography, “A Voice Undefeated” was published in 2014 and he continues to record and tour.

You can find out more about “Collin Raye Rewind Country,” by visiting:

And be sure to check out Raye’s website for up to the minute news on the country superstar, including his latest tour dates.

Written by Tanya Clark


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  1. Was blessed to see Collin in concert last Saturday night in Glasgow. What an amazing man. The only thing that would have made it better would have been if I could have met him. Well worth the 2 hour drive.

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