Frank Ray

Frank RayRolling Stone magazine has named him as one of 10 artists you need to know. This former police officer of 10 years left his full time job to pursue his passion as a country music singer. Leaving behind a stable career, he shares his talent with the world with what he calls the beginning of a Latino Country movement.

His solo debut EP, “Different Kind of Country” was released in July of 2017 and his first single, “Every Time You Run” broke top 10 of the Texas Country Radio charts and is currently sitting a #9.

Frank has shared the stage with greats such as Keith Urban, Granger Smith, Josh Turner, Eli Young Band and the list goes on and on.

Frank Ray grew up in San Antonio, Texas but currently resides in Las Cruces, New Mexico. Surrounded  by the farm lands of New Mexico, Franks’s inspiraton to his song and EP titled, “Different Kind of Country” came from the Hispanic immigrant experience in America.

He sings about the cherished values in Country Music, including family, hard work and the positive impact immigrant labor has in America’s agriculture.


  • Easygoing contemporary country with pop-soul hooks and a dash of Southwestern spice.

Rolling Stone Magazine

  • He’s got what it takes to be a legend….

Producer Tony Ardoin

Frank Ray has been featured in:

  • Rolling Stone Magazine
  • USA Today
  • USACountryUK Magazine
  • The City Magazine
AC/DC Rockumentary Featuring ACCA/DACCA
Association of Performing Arts Professionals
Power Factory Productions, Inc.
San Jacinto