Between them, Ray Price snd Tom Perryman have spent more than a hundred years in Country Music, and each in his own right has achieved greatness. Ray Price has had 130 top ten hits and his recording of "For The good Times" is still the biggest all time hit in radio. Price and radio personality Tom Perryman have been friends for more than half a century. Brought together by their love of country music, both were poor East Texas farm boys who went to the top of their professions.
Now at the age of eighty, Tom Perryman and Ray Price, 81 are still working and promoting country music. Both will be appearing at the Marshall Civic Center Saturday, August 4th. Tickets can be ordered from the toll free number 1-877-560-0098. The tickets are $30.00.
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