Ray Lyell – Working Man [1995]

ray-lyell-working-man-1995-front-cover-47026Country Canada          Style AOR

Rating 84/100

Band Members
Ray Lyell – Guitar (Acoustic),Vocals, Billy Crain – Guitar (Acoustic),Mandolin,Percussion,Guitar (Electric) , Brian Doerner – Drums,Bass , Bruce Moffett – Drums

01. Working Man, 02. Wrong Kind of Love, 03. That’s What I Call Livin’, 04. Close the Door Behind You, 05. Why Won’t She Dance With Me, 06. Crazy to Fall in Love, 07. Road Hockey Song, 08. Only Love, 09. Restless Heart, 10. Square Peg, 11. Fightin’ Chance

Profile Ray Lyell is a Canadian singer, songwriter, and vocal coach, which came to prominence with his band, The Storm, in the late 1980s. Lyell was nominated for a Juno Award as Most Promising Male Vocalist in 1990. Shortly after the nomination, he began an international tour in Australia. In 1994, Ray Lyell traveled to Nashville, TN to begin working on his third album, “Working Man”, with writers, Billy Crain and Todd Cerney. 1995 saw the release of “Working Man” but failed to set the Canadian airwaves on fire.

In 1996, Lyell developed The Dynamic System of Vocal Teaching. His experience as a performer, with thousands of shows under his belt, meshed perfectly with his ability to coach singers toward better and healthier vocal performance. In an effort to expand his own knowledge, Lyell has studied with some of the most prominent vocal coaches in North America. He continues to teach, write and record out of his studio, Rayne Records, in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada.


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