Ray Boudreaux is a soul singer/songwriter from South Louisiana who finished in the top 7 on season 5 of NBC's The Voice. Ray's debut EP, "First Train", was released in April and reached the number 2 slot on ITunes Singer-Songwriter charts. First Train was recorded at Grammy powerhouse Dockside Studios in Maurice, LA, and was selected specifically for their employment of vintage recording equipment and techniques synonymous with the Muscle Shoals, Stax Records, Motown, and Swamp Pop sounds that Ray grew up listening to. This record is the perfect blend of all of these influences combined for a truly soulful music experience.
Since First Train's release, Ray has been traveling doing shows with the likes of Hootie and the Blowfish, Edwin McCain, Sister Hazel, The Spin Doctors, Philip Bailey(Earth, Wind, and Fire), and Jason Scheff(Chicago) to name a few. As well as donating his time to various charities across the country entertaining guests at Charity/Celebrity Golf Tournaments such as Monday After Masters, Murray Brother’s Caddyshack, Pro-Am Jam and (Russell) Wilson Celebrity Invitational while writing and gearing up to record his sophomore release.