Country singer Ray Price, who was among last living connections to Hank Williams, dead at 87

  • Article by: CHRIS TALBOTT , Associated Press
  • Updated: December 17, 2013 - 3:47 PM

DALLAS — Good friends like Willie Nelson and Merle Haggard got more credit for their contrary ways and trend-setting ideas, but it was Ray Price who set the precedent for change in country music more than a decade earlier.

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cks1950Dec. 17, 13 8:28 AM

Mr.Price, RIP and thanks for all the good times.

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lakneeDec. 17, 1311:08 AM

ARRey sez: RIP Chief. Local angle alert: Former Twin Citian Mike Cass was Ray's current pedal steel guitarist and bus driver at the time of his passing. Our condolences to Mike and all who knew and loved him.

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prcaminnDec. 17, 1311:15 AM

Now that cat was country and told it like it was! I saw him when he was 77 years old. Put on a great show! RIP Noble!

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