Label: Bordello Records
Manager: Judy Hubbard
Bio: With a keen eye of observation and a wise man’s knowledge, Ray Wylie Hubbard composes and performs a dozen songs that couldn’t spring from anywhere else but out of his fertile rock and roll bluesy poet-in-the-blistering-heat southern noggin. ”I like to look at both enlightenment and endarkenment,... See Full BioMore Info
Texas' Musical Elder Statesman Ray Wylie Hubbard is a contemporary of Hayes Carl (with whom he wrote "Drunken Poets Dream"). Ray Wylie also penned the immortal “Up Against The Wall (Redneck Mother),” which Jerry Jeff Walker recorded on his seminal 1973 album '¡Viva Terlingua!' Hubbard started his journey as a folk singer in his native Oklahoma before falling in with the wild and wooly cosmic/outlaw 1970s Texas country scene and has since released over a dozen albums including his latest critically acclaimed Americana gem 'The Grifter’s Hymnal.'