Ray "Hounddog" Fuller

Ray "Hounddog" Fuller

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Ray Fuller has been playing blues and rockabilly for more than 30 years. Modest and unassuming but willing to step into conversation with his audience with a confidence without arrogance, an experienced musical mind, and a true musician with a deep understanding of the blues.

Biography

Ray Fuller has been playing blues and rockabilly for more than 30 years. Local success earned him the opportunity to open for blues greats such as Muddy Waters, John Lee Hooker, Willie Dixon, James Cotton, Albert Collins, Stevie Ray Vaughn, John Hammond, Buddy Guy, Robert Lockwood Jr., and many others as they passed through Ohio. Fuller is modest and unassuming but willing to step into conversation with his audience. Behind the quiet demeanor is something else - a confidence without arrogance, an experienced musical mind, and a true musician with a deep understanding of the blues.

Discography

First sessions 1977 (unreleased), “The Ray Fuller Band” 1978 LP, “Project Adena” 1979 LP compilation, Q-FM 96 Hometown Album 1980 LP compilation, Eric Moore Band demos 1980 unreleased, Denny Bruce demos (Fabulous Thunderbirds Mgr.) 1982-83 unreleased, “Somethin’ Shakin” Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers LP 1984, “Bangshift”, Terry Davidson and the Gears LP 1986 (guest performer), “Damn Gui tars” Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers LP 1989, Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers “Live” CD 1993, “Pearlene” Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers 1997, “Provisions” Sean Carney and the Nite Owlz CD 1998 (produced and performed on), “The Gift” CD compilation benefiting the homeless 1998, “Twist of Fate” Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers CD 1999, Ray Fuller and the Blues Rockers “Rockin' The Blues Live ” CD 2004.

Set List

Covers and Originals from Willie Dixon, Chuck Berry, Elmore James, Charlie Burnett, and Ray Fuller (originals)