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Ray Stevens, ‘Blue Christmas’ Video Premiere
Funny man Ray Stevens hams it up in his latest video, an unusual (to say the least) reworking of the classic holiday tune, "Blue Christmas." In the first part of the clip, Ray stands by a blue piano, wearing red pants and a Santa hat. We can't help but wonder if maybe somewhere along the w…
Ray Stevens’ ‘Streak’ Phone Game Gets the Green Flag
They call him 'The Streak,' a.k.a. country funnyman Ray Stevens, whose 1974 No. 1 hit is finally reborn for a brand-new audience ... as a 99 cent phone app game. The grand tradition of competitive streaking lives on! Stevens' classic music video's "nude" cartoon alter-ego will be partaking…
Kris Kristofferson Remembers Significant ‘Sunday’
Kris Kristofferson says he had to leave the room the first time he heard a recording of his song 'Sunday Morning Coming Down.' Not Johnny Cash's version, but actually Ray Stevens' -- who was the first person to record Kris' mournful story of a man pulling on his "c…
Ray Stevens Asks Uncle Sam, What Would Jesus Do?
Funnyman Ray Stevens has always had his finger on the pulse of America. Just in time for Tax Day, he is resurrecting an old song, 'If Ten Percent Is Good Enough for Jesus (It Oughta Be Enough for Uncle Sam),' which takes a stand on the ever-increasing amount that the government takes out o…