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Ronnie Barron

Bon Ton Roulette

Robert Cray

Robert Cray, also known as Night Train Clemons, was born in 1953 in Columbus, Georgia. His father was in the army and Robert attended high school in Newport News, VA, and Lakewood, WA.  In the late 70’s, he formed the Robert Cray Band. The Robert Cray Band began with its origins in Eugene, Oregon, in 1974 and extended through 1991, with the “Strong Persuader” (1986) and “Don’t Be Afraid of the Dark (1988), both winners of the best contemporary blues performance Grammy.  “I’m Gonna Forget About You” first appeared on the Robert Cray Band’s 1980 Album “Who’s Been Talking’”. The song was written by O. V. Wright (July 1968 release). Robert Cray Band’s “Got To Make a Comeback”, written by Eddie Floyd and Joe Shamwell appeared on the Bad Influence LP released in 1983. The band opened for Eric Clapton and played along side of Johnny Lee Hooker on his album, “Boom Boom”. Robert played with Eric Clapton and Stevie Ray Vaughan. In 2011, Cray was inducted to the Blues Hall of Fame.

Written by Kathryn Johnson

Who's Been Talkin'


Released: 1980

Label: The Tomato Music Co.
Country: US


Bad Influence


Released: 1983

Label: Hightone Records
Country: Australia