Raymond Schrader

Raymond Schrader


Raymond Schrader is Southwest Florida's Premiere Oldies Entertainer! Enjoy a set of Sinatra, Bobby Darin, Vic Damone, Dean Martin, and other artist's hits at your next Fort Myers/Naples event. Call now for best dates available as winter dates are booking quickly. (239) 267-6901


"I have worked with the finest studio musicians and singers in the world as a professional music composer, arranger, and producer in Los Angeles and Nashville. I can confidently say that Raymond has a most exceptional singing voice and professional presentation. His unique sense of style, tone, and natural ability offer audiences a delight to listen to for hours at a time."

Mark Haffner

From Finland to Norway, Germany to Brazil and the Caribbean, Alaska and cities across the U.S., Raymond has been enchanting audiences with his Sinatra-like charm and vocal stylings. He has worked with world-class musicians from the Golden Age of music including members from the Stan Kenton, Woody Herman, Jerry Lee Lewis, and Dinah Washington. He re-enters the stage after many years on heatus to entertain audiences with authentic renditions of classic songs.


"Take A Trip With Raymond" is a CD of classic hits available for your enjoyment.

Set List

Sets are :45-:60 minutes. Songs include:

IÕve Got The World On A String
A Foggy Day
Saturday Night (Loneliest Night)
Lullaby Of Broadway
Fly Me To The Moon
If I Had A Hammer
Night & Day
Tender Trap
Come Rain Or Come Shine
Lady Is A Tramp
Moonlight In Vermont
Portrait Of My Love
Lazy River
Beyond The Sea
Loves A Many Splendored Thing
All The Way
Love & Marriage
Best Is Yet To Come
Young At Heart
The Song Is You
But Not For Me
Teach Me Tonight
My Blue Heaven
Watch What Happens
Fools Rush In
Luck Be A Lady
For Once In My Life
New York, New York
Nice ÔNÕ Easy
Willow Weep For Me
Shadow Of Your Smile
When Your Lover Has Gone
Summer Wind
What Is This Thing Called Love?
You Stepped Out Of A Dream
Girl From Ipanema
Wrap Your Troubles In Dreams
Funny Valentine
I Concentrate On You
YouÕll Never Know
When Sunny Gets Blue