In the country music business, multi-talented Ray Kennedy did it all. He is the master of several instruments; he writes and arranges songs, and he is a producer and a recording engineer.
Pop singer Stevie Nicks recorded one of his songs, "Battle of the Dragon".
Kennedy became a staff writer at Tree Records where his tunes were occasionally recorded by John Anderson, Charley Pride, David Allan Coe and others.
Because his songs weren't selling well enough to suit him, Kennedy decided to become a recording artist and cover them himself.
He signed to Atlantic Records and debuted with "What a Way to Go".
Kennedy not only produces projects in his own studio: he also plays all keyboards, drums, piano, guitar and bass tracks.