Ray Price died at the age of 87 on Monday, December 16, 2013. The official news comes after conflicting reports that Ray Price died on Sunday, December 15. Rolling Stone reported the country star's death was prematurely announced by his son.
Country Music Hall of Famer Ray Price has died. The singer succumbed to complications from pancreatic cancer at his home in Mt. Pleasant, Texas on Monday (Dec. 16), four days after issuing a goodbye letter to his fans and entering home hospice.
As of this writing, four Country Music legends are going through some tough health battles. We'd like to take a moment to update the fans on Little Jimmy Dickens, Glen Campbell, Ray Price, and Randy Travis.
Legendary country star Ray Price has been battling pancreatic cancer, but there's good news for the veteran entertainer. The 87-year-old singer has announced that his cancer is in remission, and he will be undergoing physical therapy as the next phase of his treatment.
Classic Country stars gone wild! Maybe it could be the title of a new television special or DVD, as Classic Country stars make controversial headlines over the past few months. Here's an update on some of the big news makers, including Randy Travis, Emmylou Harris, and Ray Price.