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The Sinners' songs are an edgy amalgam of Texas Music, rootsy Americana, and Ray's native hillbilly music. Vintage-sounding steel guitar is draped over rocked-out chords, creating a nice canvas for Ray's soulful, husky voice. Dobro, banjo, and mandolin round out the sound and root it somewhere between the red dirt of Texas and the swampy, swaggering gusto of the Ozarks.”

Kayla Stigall, Fort Worth Weekly

First thing I noticed about Chance Ray & The Good Sinners when I seen them live was they had their own sound, a nice change from what most are doing. Good originals with some country and rocking material! A band to be reckoned with!!!”

Jamie Richards, Singer/Songwriter, 12 Top Ten hits with two #1 singles on the Texas Charts last year

Chance Ray's perspective on life is refreshing. He's one of the most positive and joyous people that I have met on the Texas Music scene. The really cool part is all of that comes out in Chance's music. He's more than just a good singer and songwriter - he is a fantastic storyteller who has the ability to touch people with his sound.”

Drew Myers, Defining Audacity Radio Show & Podcast

Chance Ray is one of our favorite up and coming artists to headline at Love and War in Texas.”

Red Byboth, Owner of Love and War Texas, one of the top Venues in the DFW Metroplex

Chance Ray & the Good Sinners have a sound all their own, blending the sounds of Texas Country, blues, and rock all in on tight knit group. With the front man hailing from the Missouri Ozarks, it;s easy to hear how Chance doesn't sound like every other country group playing the Fort Worth area. One of my Texas favorites.”

Bart Rose, Fort Worth Sound, FW Weekly Record Producer of the Year 2011, 2012, 2016