Country music hitmaker Collin Raye drops his new legacy album today, May 15. The compilation, Collin Raye — 25 Years, 25 Hits, celebrates his silver anniversary as a recording artist.
The 10 times “Male Vocalist of the Year” nominee (5 ACM, 5 CMA) didn’t just release a greatest hits album, the multi-platinum selling artist recut all 25 of his biggest songs + 3 bonus tracks. With producer Kelly Schoenfeld (Kenny Chesney, Garth Brooks), Raye refurbished his iconic tunes, including all 16 No. 1s, so that they are not only recognizable to his fans, but they are altogether fresh new versions of his wildly popular songs.
To celebrate, Raye will perform on the Grand Ole Opry tonight and will sign albums in-store at 9:15 p.m./CT, following his appearances on 650AM WSM Nashville Today from 4:00-6:00 p.m./CT, the Opry’s Facebook Live Series “My First Number One” at 6:30 p.m./CT, and his Opry performance at 8:15 p.m./CT.
This past April, Raye was invited by the Academy of Country Music to sing at the Route 91 Memorial Event in Las Vegas to remember those affected by the October 2017 tragedy. Now, the Arkansas native is busy promoting his passion project. The album is available for purchase now at collinraye.com.