Music From The Drummer's Perspective

4876 Santa Monica Ave.  #222 
San Diego,  CA,  92107
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Bill Ray pretty much showed up on this plane of existence with sticks in his hands. Born into an hyperartistic and ubercreative family of photographers, musicians and scientists, it was no wonder that a 15 month old child would stumble upon his father's drums. At the age of 4 his path was clearly lit upon seeing the local drum guru George Lawrence perform a drum solo during a photo shoot at his parent's photography studio in Jackson, MS. Since then, he has gone on to reside/play in over 20 countries, played on 150+ albums including Ike Turner's 2007 Grammy-Award winning "Risin' With The Blues". He now has a musical project called The Odd Get Even that involves improvised drum tracks and emailing them to a musical partner-in-crime named Bill Cornish in Chicago, IL. and also including a longtime friend Mike James in Priest River, ID. Bill is endorsed by Stone Custom Drum, Exodus Cymbals, Pro-Mark Drumsticks, Aquarian Drumheads and Slug Percussion Products.

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