Ray Fulcher Talks About His Debut Single With Chris Owen and WYRK [LISTEN]
Sometimes it seems that you are overwhelmed with how busy you are. Going from place to place and always having one more thing to do. That's definitely the life for singer-songwriters on the road, and speaks to the life of Nashville recording artist, Ray Fulcher. He's perfectly okay with that busy life right now, though.
The singer-songwriter from Harlem, Georgia is currently on tour with his good friend and country hitmaker, Luke Combs, and he's also conducting his radio tour.
Fulcher signed with Black River Entertainment in early 2021, and put out his new EP called Larkin Hill Mixes back in September.
The EP features Fulcher's debut country radio single, "Girl In It," which he wrote with Erik Dylan and James McNair.
Fulcher is no stranger to being an artist, however. He's been releasing music since 2016 and has been an accomplished songwriter; co-writing Combs' recent number one singles, "Does to Me" and "Lovin' on You" to name two.
"Girl In It" is his own radio single, and talks about how a girl is usually the cause for both happiness and heartache. The hook is undeniable and so is Fulcher's distinct southern voice.
Ray took some time out to talk with Chris Owen and WYRK's "Nine O'clock News" segment; discussing "Girl In It", his journey to his record deal, and what country music he grew up on.
Listen to the full interview below.
You can also listen to Ray's song "Girl In It" this Saturday morning (October 30th) at 9 am, on the Nine O'clock News."