Ray Charles

Morrison Hotel Gallery is proud to present this collection of Ray Charles photography. Ray Charles, often called "The Genius" but preferring "Brother Ray", combined soul and gospel music in the 1950s as a pioneer of the decade's soul music genre. During his time with ABC Records in the 1960s, Ray was one of the first black musicians to be granted artistic control of his albums. From his first night sessions at the Ritz Theatre in Florida in the late 1940s to one of his final performances at the Montreal International Jazz Festival in 2003, Ray Charles delivered some our favorite hits like "Georgia" written in 1930 and "I got a Woman", his first #1 hit. He left behind a legacy of music that helped shape the genre of soul and blues. Shop our collection of fine art pictures of Ray Charles available online and through our galleries.

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