Ray Stevens' cover songs go back to the beginning of his career when the 16-year old Stevens covered The Cello's "Rang Tang Ding Dong" in 1957; compiled lists of Stevens' cover songs are available online at websites, such as the Covers Project. Stevens continues to make music into his later years, releasing a CD called "Here We Go Again?" in March 2015.
Stevens was born Harold Ray Ragsdale in Clarkdale, Georgia.
Some of the singer's�cover songs include:
- The Hollywood Argyles's "Alley Oop," which featured on the album "Gitarzan"
- The Coasters's "Along Came Jones," which�is featured on the album "Jukebox Hits: 1969"
- B.J.�Thomas's "Raindrops Keep Falling on My Head," which�is featured on the album "The Collection, Disc 2"
- The Everly Brothers' "Bye, Bye Love," which is featured on the album "The Very Best of Ray Stevens"
- Sonny James's "Young Love," which�is featured on the album "All-Time Greatest Hits"
- Don Gibson's "Oh, Lonesome Me," which�is featured on the album "Misty"
- Erroll Garner's "Misty," which�is featured on "All-Time Greatest Hits"
Stevens' music in available on his website as well as iTunes, Amazon and other online music�retailers. His website features complete discography including 20 CDs. DVDs of live shows, movies and music videos are also available.