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Black Opry Member Lori Rayne Reminisces on the One That Got Away in New Project "Wedding Day"


(Nashville, TN): Country riser Lori Rayne to releases new project "Wedding Day," which includes the original single "Wedding Day," "Wedding Day (The Reception)," and the accompanying music video. You can find all press assets needed for coverage here and stream here.


Lori Rayne is anything but ordinary regarding her take on country music. Born and raised in historic Birmingham, Alabama, she has had many influences due to her love for Southern culture and music. With heavy influences in 90s hip hop, blues, and country, Lori Rayne brings her own twist to the music she creates. Her soulful voice, storytelling lyrics, and country vibes bring a genuine uniqueness to the country scene.


Although Lori had always been interested in music, it wasn’t until 2017 that she took to the internet to display her talents. In July 2018, Lori Rayne released her first-ever single, "Radiostation (The Beach Song).” This song shows not only her love for country music, but also some of her influences as well. Soon after, Lori struck again with another single entitled “Beaches in California," alongside hip-hop artist Asherr Cole, which debuted on Spotify’s New Music Nashville. Most recently, Lori released her debut EP entitled 1926, dedicated to her granddad, and is continuing to write and record new music in Nashville, TN.


Lori has been seen on various Nashville stages and is a proud member of the roster of the Black Opry, where she has performed alongside significant stars like Alicia Keys. She has become a force alongside the Black Opry, where she recently performed at FarmAid 2023 alongside fellow members Kyshona and Tylar Bryant. Rayne shared the bill with legends Willie Nelson and family, Neil Young, John Mellencamp, Margo Price, and more. Read more about Lori and see her performance with Black Opry featured in Rolling Stone. She is also a proud member of the Nashville organization The Song Suffragettes.


Lori’s release “Woo Girls” was supported by Wide Open Country, Holler, The Academy of Country Music, MusicRow Magazine, and more.You can connect with Lori Rayne on social media and find all listening inks for "Wedding Day" here.

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