Eddy Raven At Grand Ole Opry Country Music Show - Nashville
Born Edward Garvin Futch in August of 1944 in Lafayette, Louisiana, country artist “Eddy Raven” has listed country, Cajun, New Orleans blues and rock and roll music under his influences. Raven first played in a band when he was thirteen, before working at a radio station in Georgia. There, he self-released a single in 1962 under the pseudonym Eddy Raven. When his family moved back to Louisiana, he released his first album, That Cajun Country Sound, which was heard by Jimmy C. Newman, who helped him sign to a publishing contract. In 1974, he moved to Nashville, where he was signed as a recording artist.