Boo Ray’s Newest Studio Album, ‘Sea of Lights’ Has a Connection to Legends

Boo Ray‘s newest studio album, Sea of Lights, has a very cool — if mildly overwhelming — historical connection to two of the country and folk genre’s biggest icons, Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan: The 2″ tape machine on which the singer-songwriter and his band recorded the project was the same one used to record Dylan’s 1969 album Nashville Skyline and the records that Cash made in Nashville.

Boo Ray’s producer, Noah Shain, had brought the machine out to his White Buffalo Studio, located in Los Angeles, and convinced the alt-country / Americana artist to head out to the West Coast to record his fifth studio album.

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