Reginald Argue sitting and chatting with Juno-nominated artist as the most promising male vocalist from 1990, Ray Lyell, who is also lead singer/songwriter from Ray Lyell and The Storm.
During the interview, Ray talked about his song “Carry Me” and how it was just meant to be a filler; yet it has gone on to inspire people all over the world.
Ray also shared about becoming friends with the late Paul Hackman of the band Helix and co-writing the title track to their album, “Wild In The Streets.” And Ray talked about the tragic day that Paul Hackman had passed on in an automobile accident.
Ray also shared about his ministry called Carry Me Ministries, his recording studio out of Hamilton Ontario and briefly about the different music lessons they offer. Plus much more.