Ray Charles Singers


Ray Charles (September 13, 1918 - April 6, 2015, b. Charles Raymond Offenberg) was an Emmy-winning singer, songwriter, arranger, conductor, and the leader of the Ray Charles Singers, a choral group that became famous during the 1950s and 1960s and was often featured on Perry Como's TV show. Their best known songs include "Love Me With All Your Heart (Cuando Callenta El Sol)" (1964). With Julia Rinker Miller, Charles sang the theme to the 1970s TV sitcom, "Three's Company."

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • Autumn Leaves (1955)
  • Al-Di-La (1964)
  • Love Me With All Your Heart (Cuando Callenta El Sol) (1964)
  • One More Time (1964)
  • Till The End Of Time (1964)
  • This Is My Prayer (1965)
  • Move Me, O Wondrous Music (1970)

Pop charts debut year: 1955

Years active: 1942-2015

Genres: Traditional pop, easy listening

Labels: Essex, MGM, Decca, Command


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