Eddy Raven

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Edward Garvin Futch (born August 19, 1944, in Lafayette, Louisiana) is an American country music artist known professionally as Eddy Raven. Known for his Cajun-influenced country music, Raven has been a recording artist since 1962. He has charted more than thirty-five singles in his career, including the Number One hits "I Got Mexico", "Shine, Shine, Shine", "I'm Gonna Get You", "Joe Knows How to Live", "In a Letter to You" and "Bayou Boys", as well as several more Top Ten hits, including seventeen consecutive Top Tens between 1984 and 1990.

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Discography

Album

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1969 That Cajun Country Sound Eddy Raven 1
1981 Desperate Dreams Eddy Raven 1
1984 I Could Use Another You Eddy Raven 1
1985 Love and Other Hard Times Eddy Raven 1
1989 Temporary Sanity Eddy Raven 1
1991 Right for the Flight Eddy Raven 1
2001 Living in Black and White Eddy Raven 1
Wild Eyed and Crazy Eddy Raven 1

Album + Compilation

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
1995 Legendary Hits Compilation Eddy Raven 1
2003 All American Country Compilation Eddy Raven 1
Eddy Raven Greatest Hits Compilation Eddy Raven 1
The Best of Eddy Raven Compilation Eddy Raven 1
The RCA Singles A's and B's Compilation Eddy Raven 1

Album + Live

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
Live at Billy Bob's Texas Live Eddy Raven 1

Unspecified type

Year Title Artist Rating Releases
Cookin' Cajun Eddy Raven & Jo-El Sonnier 1

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