This past Friday, comedy music legend RAY STEVENS launched the first "webisode" of his new weekly web sitcom, "RAYALITY TV."
In the debut "webisode," Stevens gets a speeding ticket and is sentenced to serve time at The Encore, a retirement home for entertainers.
"Over the years I have produced hours and hours of videotape and film footage for TV shows, TV pilots, movies, stage shows, concerts and music videos," says Stevens. "Recently I sorted it all out, linked it together with some new footage and produced a series of programs for the web titled 'Rayality TV.' It's fast, fun and funny. We'll be offering up a new 'webisode' each week for months to come. I hope you like it."
Stevens' new original series will run for 78 weeks with new installments going live on YouTube each Friday. The series features cameo appearances from many familiar faces including Bobby Bare
, Louise Mandrell
, Darrell Waltrip
, Steve Martin
, Ralph Emery
and late music legends George Jones
, Phil Everly
and Andy Williams
. Watch the first "webisode," titled "Ray Gets Arrested" HERE
About Ray Stevens
Twelve-time nominated and two-time GRAMMY Award winner Ray Stevens
has spanned the generations with over 50 years of comedic musical talent, including songs such as his multi-million selling hit "The Streak" and his Grammy Award winning pop standard "Everything Is Beautiful." Stevens is not only a talented vocalist but a seasoned pianist and arranger. Stevens' videos, available through his own Clyde Records, Inc., have sold over five million copies. Stevens has released a number of DVDs and CDs throughout the years, including his most recent project, The Encyclopedia of Recorded Comedy Music