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A FREE Holiday Song Just For You!
J Ray has just the thing to get you into the holiday spirit! Enjoy the classic, Winter Wonderland, turned fawnky by J Ray’s musical style. As always, J Ray’s holiday tracks are FREE for you to download and enjoy!
J Ray on Mix 94.7 Live and Local at Little Woodrow’s (Southpark Meadows) – November 13, 2013 – 8-9PM
J Ray and Boxman 3000 got weird with Mix 94.7′s Austin Live and Local at Little Woodrow’s (Southpark Meadows)! It was a cold night but we had a lot of fun with hosts Patrick Davis and MC Overlord, Snoop Daniel and Comedian Ryan Cownie. You can listen to the podcast below.
The Deli Magazine Reviews J Ray
The Deli Magazine reviews J Ray!
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Be sure to come out to see J Ray and Boxman 3000 at Flamingo Cantina this Tuesday, 9-24-2013, at 9:30 PM!
A holiday jangle just for you!
Just another trip in the mind of J Ray. Don’t try to understand it, simply enjoy the show.
J Ray T-shirt Mockup
Hey guys thanks to those of you who have pledged so far. Y’all are awesome! Here is a preview of the t-shirt that is part of the rewards on Kickstarter!
Boxman 3000′s Log: Day 205
Last Saturday sucked. Two days after laboring at the Nomad Bar on 1211 Corona
Drive, J Ray (that sultry taskmistress) had me walking all across downtown Austin, TX during SXSW.
His music has me on a leash; I follow it wherever I go as long as the pounds of his
sounds drag me down to the earth so I can’t leave. I am J Ray’s puppet: walking
everywhere, posing for pictures, handing out CD’s, giving business cards, and
dancing like a white girl. Also the S.O.B. slapped his twitter address (@thatjray)
on my casing! He has gone too far! It is my time to relinquish my role as his slave
and break the chains that hold me down. I didn’t land on J Ray, J Ray landed on me
J Ray – Some People
J Ray is releasing his debut album, “Some People”, on May 21, 2013. After many hours sitting behind the console, writing, recording and mixing his own songs, it has finally come to a head. At first it was just for fun to entertain himself after creating Beautiful High for the independent feature film, “Chameleon Code”. Then an interstellar cardboard robot, Boxman 3000, showed up, dancing to his music and forced him to write more songs. Held at blaster-point, J Ray continued to write more songs which eventually became a full album entitled, “Some People”.
Through this process J Ray and Boxman 3000 would often roam the streets of downtown Austin, TX, testing the songs on the public. Some people looked at them in fear and some people embraced the extraterrestrial cardboard robot and demanded photos with Boxman 3000. People often wonder why there is a cardboard robot following J Ray, so, in response, J Ray wrote a comic book, illustrated by James Linares, to give a little insight into why Boxman 3000 is here. The comic book entitled, “J Ray and Boxman 3000: Some People”, will be included in the CD package.
Stay connected with J Ray because he will be announcing a CD release party soon!
Click Here to pre-order “Some People” on iTunes today!
Here is a preview of the comic book cover:
Fan Videos: The North Door 5-10-2013
Fan Video: Dance! White Girl at The North Door 5-10-2013
Fan Video: Ro-Ad at The North Door 5-10-2013