The Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame legend himself, Reverend Al Green, is set to tour Australia in January 2010, and Sydney’s Ray Mann Three have been handpicked as the national supports.
The Ray Mann Three
Hot off the heels of July’s “Opa Opa” National Tour, their most successful national tour to date, Sydney’s The Ray Mann Three have just announced late September shows for Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane.
SunSets at Fringe Bar is hotting up in time for spring on the 30th Aug with three of Sydney’s best
Ray Mann Three are a Music Feeds favourite, as is lead singer Ray.
Rising with goodness and fibre, and delivering healthy funk-fuelled music bread is The Bakery, a collective of creative sorts who have donned their aprons and rolled up a brand of tasty doughy funk. But shitty puns about food and bread aside,
“Well we’ve been embarking on our first tour,” Ray Wassef singer/guitarist of the Ray Mann Three tells me
The Ray Mann Three are exactly the band you should never leave your girlfriend alone with. They fuse the sweets soul of Al Green with the raw sex of D’Angleo and their grooves are sexier than a busload of French maids broken down by the side of the highway.
This is the musical equivalent of sex on a summer’s afternoon. It’s laid back, it’s funky, it’s sexy, it climaxes at all the right moments and as the title of track 3 says it “Feels So Good”. Within thirty seconds of the CD starting I was grooving along in my chair and checking their website