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Billy Gray
Born:  December 29, 1924
Died:  May 27, 1975

Billy Gray was a leader at one time of Hank Thompson's Brazos Valley Boys, from about 1951 to at least 1955. He was also a recording star in his own right. He played guitar and did quite a bit of songwriting, too.

Some of the tunes he wrote that were recorded by Hank Thompson included, "HOw Cold-Hearted Can You Get", "Don't Make Me Cry Again", and "Yesterday's Girl".

He also ran two music publishing firms as well as managing the Brazos Valley Boys.

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Decca
Rec. No. Side Song Title
  29140 B Lovin' Country Style
  29271 B We Just Don't See Things Alike Anymore


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