Ray Scott Has ‘Guitar For Sale’ This Summer

Ray Scott is releasing a new album, Guitar For Sale, this summer. The new project, due out June 9, is his sixth studio album and will be distributed through The Holland Group/Sony/RED. Fans got a taste of the first single from the album, “Livin’ This Way,’ in March when Scott debuted it on the Grand Ole Opry.

“When I went into the studio with my friend, and new producer, Michael Hughes, my goal was to do something a little different, something live tracked that’s not so polished, maybe even rough in spots, with the hope we’d come out with a product that had elements reminiscent of the way music first hit my ears when I was a young’un,” said Scott. “It wasn’t my intent to worry about what the rest of Nashville was doing… ‘course it never has been. I’m proud to say I think we accomplished that. My first single, ‘Livin’ This Way’ is based on a classic country music theme – pain. In keeping with my habit of honesty in songwriting, I thought it was a good way to introduce this new project.”

Scott is gearing up for a busy summer promoting the new project, including appearances at the upcoming CMA Music Festival at Storme Warren’s Nashville Navy Party on June 7 and his own fan club/CD release party on June 9.

Ray Scott Guitar For Sale Track Listing:

  • Livin’ This Way    (Ray Scott)
  • Put Down The Bottle  ( Phillip Moore, Ray Scott)
  • The Fire  (Billy Montana, Phillip Lammonds, Ray Scott)
  • Soberin’ Up   (Phillip Moore, Ray Scott)
  • Pray for The Fish  ( Phillip Moore, Dan Murph, Ray Scott)
  • Put Down That Gun  (Mark Stephen Jones, Ray Scott)
  • Growin’ Old   ( Mark Stephen Jones, Ray Scott)
  • Worth Killin’ For   (Ray Scott)
  • Life Ain’t Long Enough  (Phillip Moore, Ray Scott)
  • Doin’ Me Wrong   (Tommy Karlas, Ray Scott)
  • Guitar For Sale   (Ben Hayslip, Ray Scott)



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