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Johnnie Ray

John Alvin "Johnnie" Ray (January 10, 1927 – February 24, 1990) was an American singer, songwriter, and pianist.
Extremely popular for most of the 1950s, Ray has been cited by critics as a major precursor of what would become rock and roll, for his jazz and blues-influenced music and his animated stage personality.
Tony Bennett credits Ray as being the true father of rock and roll.The publication, British Hit Singles & Albums, noted that Ray was "a sensation in the 1950s, the heart-wrenching vocal delivery of the 'Cry Guy' ...
influenced many acts including Elvis and was the prime target for teen hysteria in the pre-Presley days."In the United States in 1952 Ray rose very quickly from obscurity to stardom.
He became a major star in the United Kingdom by performing and releasing recordings there in 1953.
He matched these achievements in Australia the following year.
His career in his native United States began to decline in the late 1950s, and his American record label dropped him in 1960.
He never regained a strong following there and very rarely appeared on American television after 1973.
His fan base in other countries, however, remained strong until his last year of performing, which was 1989.
His recordings never stopped selling outside the United States.


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