What Ever Happened To Collin Raye? – He’s Coming To Colorado This Summer!
I love Collin Raye. I’ve loved him since his first #1 hit, “Love, Me.” In 1992. He’s probably my favorite singer of all time. Collin has had 23 Top-10 singles and 15 No. 1 hits, and sold twenty million albums worldwide. He has earned five ACM Awards and nominations and six CMA nominations. So, where did he go?
It’s been a few years since Collin Raye’s granddaughter, Haley Bell, died at age nine from an undiagnosed neurological disorder. Collin has moved back to Nashville and has turned the pain of Haley’s death into a way of helping families who are unable to afford wheelchairs for their disabled children with the Haley Bell Blessed Chair Foundation. He has been out of the spotlight for a while, but Collin Raye has recently signed with Brand Entertainment Agency for the launch of his 2013 “That’s My Story” tour. That tour even has 2 dates in Colorado.
Upcoming Tour Dates:
- May 18: Wagon Wheel Theatre- Warsaw, IN
- May 23: Larry’s Country Diner, Starlight Theatre- Branson, MO
- May 24: Larry’s Country Diner, Starlight Theatre- Branson, MO
- June 14: Kick’n Up Kountry Music Festival- Karlstad, MN
- June 15: Porterfield WI Country Music Fest- Marinette, WI
- June 21: Austin City Saloon- Lexington, KY
- June 22: Lewisport Heritage Festival Chapman Park- Lewisport, KY
- July 11: Monteith River Park- Albany, OR
- July 17: Mesa Country Fair- Grand Junction, CO
- July 20: Lundgren Theatre- Gypsum, CO
- Aug 17: Hopkins Country Civic Center- Sulphur Springs, TX
- Aug 31: Cruising Alaska with Collin Raye- Seattle, WA
- Sep 14: Sevier Valley Center Theatre- Richfield, UT
- Nov 16: Wild Rose Casino- Emmetsburg, IA
- Nov 17: Eastern Caribbean Cruise with Collin Raye- Cape Canaveral, FL
- Nov 22: George Jones’ Tribute Concert- Nashville, TN
- Nov 23: Mesquite Arena- Mesquite, TX
- Nov 30: Cottonwood High School Auditorium- Salt Lake City, UT
- Dec 6: Franciscan Center Theatre- Sylvania, OH