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Exhibit to Honor Country's Ray Price

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Exhibit to Honor Country's Ray Price

Exhibit to Honor Country's Ray Price

Exhibit to Honor Country's Ray Price

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Country singer Ray Price, a close friend and protege of Hank Williams, was known for hits such as "Talk to Your Heart," "Don't Let the Stars Get in Your Eyes," "I'll be There" and "Crazy Arms." In 1996, he was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Next month, the hall will feature an exhibit devoted to PRICE's life and music. This interview originally aired on Jan. 19, 1999.