Ray Charles

Ray Charles
1930 - 2004

Ray Charles  American Musician

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Age
73
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Rest in peace.

Relationships

Ray Charles was previously married to Della Beatrice Howard (1955 - 1977) and Eileen Williams (1951 - 1952).

Ray Charles was in relationships with Mary Ann Fisher (Singer) (1955 - 1958), Louise Flowers (1949 - 1950), Mae Mosley Lyles, Sandra Jean Betts, Arlette Kotchounian, Chantelle Bertrand, Mary Anne den Bok and Margie Hendrix (1958 - 1969).

About

American Musician Ray Charles was born Ray Charles Robinson on 23rd September, 1930 in Albany, Georgia, United States and passed away on 10th Jun 2004 Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States aged 73. He is most remembered for "Hit The Road Jack" (1961).. His zodiac sign is Virgo.

Ray Charles was in an on-screen matchup with Ann Morgan Guilbert in The Nanny (1993).

Ray Charles is a member of the following lists: American singer-songwriters, Atlantic Records artists and Grammy Award winners.

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Relationship Statistics

TypeTotalLongestAverageShortest
Dating8 10 years, 11 months 1 year, 11 months 1 year
Married2 21 years, 9 months 11 years, 1 month 6 months, 4 days
Total10 21 years, 9 months 3 years, 9 months 6 months, 4 days

Details

First Name Ray
Middle Name Charles
Last Name Robinson
Full Name at Birth Ray Charles Robinson
Alternative Name The Genius of Soul, Brother Ray, The High Priest, Ray Charles
Age 73 (age at death) years
Birthday 23rd September, 1930
Birthplace Albany, Georgia, United States
Died 10th June, 2004
Place of Death Beverly Hills, Los Angeles, California, United States
Cause of Death Acute Liver Failure
Buried Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood, Los Angeles County, California, USA
Height 5' 9" (175 cm)
Build Average
Eye Color Brown - Dark
Hair Color Grey
Distinctive Feature Dark Shades.
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Sexuality Straight
Religion Christian
Ethnicity Black
Nationality American
High School Florida School for the Deaf and Blind, St. Augustine, Florida, United States
Occupation Text Singer, Songwriter and Musician.
Occupation Musician
Claim to Fame "Hit The Road Jack" (1961).
Music Genre (Text) Rhythm and blues, Soul, Blues, Jump Blues, Piano Blues, Soul Blues, Gospel, Country, Jazz, Vocal Jazz, Pop, Rock And Roll, R&B
Music Genre R&B, Pop/Rock, Blues, Jazz
Year(s) Active 1947–2004, 1947–2001, 1946–2004
Music Style Soul, Early R&B, Piano Blues, Country Soul, Pop-Soul, Early Pop/Rock, Jazz Blues, Urban Blues, AM Pop
Music Mood Confident, Earthy, Energetic, Gritty, Party/Celebratory, Rambunctious, Rousing, Bittersweet, Bravado, Dramatic, Exuberant, Freewheeling, Organic, Passionate, Plaintive, Playful, Poignant, Swaggering, Amiable/Good-Natured, Earnest
Instrument Leader, Piano, Vocals, Keyboards
Instrument (text) Vocals, Piano, Keyboards, Alto Saxophone, Trombone, saxophone
Record Label Atlantic, ABC, Warner Bros., Swing Time, Concord, Columbia, Flashback
Associated Acts The Raelettes, USA for Africa, Billy Joel, Gladys Knight
Brand Endorsement (1976) Print ads: Craig Powerplay Car Stereo systems, (1985-86) Print ads: Pioneer's LaserDisc video system, (early 1990s) TV commercial (Japan only): Honda autos, (1988-89) TV commercials (voiceovers, w/The Temptations): California Raisins, (early 1990s) TV commercial: Diet Pepsi, (2003) TV commercial: Georgia state lottery, (2002) Radio commercial: for milk ad campaign, singing and piano playing
Official Websites www.raycharles.com/, http://www.raycharles.com, http://raycharles.com
Mother Aretha Robinson
Brother George Robinson
Family Member Ray Charles Robinson Jr. (Son)
Friend Quincy Jones

Ray Charles Robinson (September 23, 1930 – June 10, 2004) was an American singer, songwriter, musician, and composer. Among friends and fellow musicians he preferred being called "Brother Ray". He was often referred to as "The Genius". Charles started losing his vision at the age of 5, and by 7 he was blind.

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Children

NameGenderBornAgeOther Parent
VincentMaleArlette Kotchounian
AlexandriaFemaleChantelle Bertrand
Corey RobinsonMaleMary Anne den Bok
Evelyn195070 years oldLouise Flowers
Charles Wayne195961 years oldMargie Hendrix
ReneeFemale196159 years oldMae Mosley Lyles
Sheila RayeFemaleSeptember, 196357 years oldSandra Jean Betts

Filmography

FilmYearCharacterType
Ray Charles Live in Antibes, France 19612011Piano, VocalsMovie
Hudson & Halls2002Guest (1977)TV Show
Spy Hard1996Bus DriverMovie
Ray Alexander: A Taste for Justice1994TV Movie
The Nanny1993SammyTV Show
Wings1990Ray CharlesTV Show
Limit Up1989JuliusMovie
Moonlighting1985Ray CharlesTV Show
Who's the Boss?1984Ray CharlesTV Show
St. Elsewhere1982Arthur TibbitsTV Show
The Blues Brothers1980RayMovie
Romeo und Julia '701969Ray Charles (1969)TV Show
Let's Go1968TV Show
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Posted commentsView all comments (11)

wjerryzwjerryzOct 16, 2017

Ray Charles the King of Rhythm & Blues . Hit the Road Jack. !!!!

aizamasaizamasJan 8, 2014

La canción "I Can't Stop Loving You" es de un romanticismo enorme.

SIDNEI RODRIGUESJan 5, 2014

Ray Charles died in 2007, not in 2004 like you say here.

omarsclubomarsclubFeb 16, 2011

legend

Fred MarkeeApr 30, 2009

Iam looking for a Ray Charles song about a father giving his daugher a way at her wedding

destinee1destinee1Jul 15, 2008

married 2 times i swear u had more women


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