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Dale Lay


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Best Of Dale Lay


1. Old Memories
2. Another Lonely Night
3. Brighten Up My World
4. I Cant' Make You Love Me
5. Carbon Copy
6. List of Broken Hearts
7. Credit Cards
8. God and You and Me
9. Honky Tonk Over The Hill
10. Never Gonna Love No More
11. I'm Pround To Be A Part
12. Behind The Barroom Doors
13. Reaching For The Wine
14. Since I Met You
15. Weakness
16. Time Stands Still
17. Night After Night
18. Leaving Again
19. Thank You For Loving Ne
20. Diggin And A Datin'
21. This May Be The Day



Most recently Dale was in the mini series 'Into the West', a Steven Speilberg production. He has also done a few print shots in Dallas.

From early days, Dale Lay had a burning love for country music and his desire to pick and sing grew stronger every time he heard the Grand ole Opry program on the radio. The highlight of Saturday nights was listenting to the Grand Ole Opry coming from the WSM radio station in Nashville,
Tennessee. Dale dreamed of being on that stage someday. He started learning how to pick the guitar and sing the songs he enjoyed. Soon friends and neighbors called on him to play at country dances. Dale was delighted to share his talent and the songs he had grown to love. One of his strongest influences was the music of Hank Williams. Through the years, Dale's talent continued to flourish as he enjoyed entertaining audiences at dances and other gatherings. and, in 1994, his dream of being on the Grand Ole Opry stage came true. He made a special guest appearance with Jimmy Snow, son of Opry star Hank Snow. The singing Ranger. As he stood before the WSM mike on the Grand Ole Opry House stage he sang one of his favorite Hank Williams songs, the inspirational, "I Saw The Light."

There are many things similar in the life stories of some of today's great ledends of country music. Many grew up without alot of materal possessions. But, they had a consuming love for country music. That description also fits Dale. He was raised around the saw mills of Eastern Oklahoma near the Arkansas border. He has worked hard to establish his career in country music and has come a long way from the country dances. He has been recording several years now for GM Records and has performed with numerous stars including: Loretta Lynn, George Jones, The Wilburn Brothers, Little Jimmy Dickens, Cal Smith, Jack Green, Jeannie Seeley, David Houston, Bobby Bare, Ernest Tubb, Hank Thompson and others. Today Dale continues to share the music he loves with others.