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Ray Quinn drops new track by Don Black

Ray Quinn drops the next track, a fantastic cover of If I Never Sing Another Song. The classic song is originally by British singing legend Matt Monro and was written by Don Black.

Ray Quinn drops the next track, a fantastic cover of If I Never Sing Another Song – listen here. The classic song is originally by British singing legend Matt Monro and was written by Don Black. Ray’s version is accompanied by a phenomenal orchestra and was recorded in his hometown at Liverpool’s Parr Street Studios. Undeniable is out on 29th May and available to pre-order here.

Ray described the cover as “possibly my favourite track on the album” and continued, “it’s maybe not the one that everyone will know, but it’s pure class. You can really hear and appreciate the orchestra on this track and the words are beautiful.”

The 12-track album, Undeniable, will include 4 new original songs, They Say Love, Smile, No Man’s Land and Undeniable as well as 8 covers of some of Ray’s favourite tracks. Ray has put his own spin on legendary classics as well as more contemporary songs, that range from the 60’s to present day.

With over 20 years in the entertainment industry, Ray Quinn has made a name for himself across music, TV and theatre. Most recently he starred in Hollyoaks scoring acclaim and accolades for his role as right-wing extremist Jonny Baxter. He also participated in Dancing On Ice, winning the competition in 2009 as well as the All-Star series in 2014, and he performed on the most recent 2019 Christmas special. The Liverpool native was a finalist alongside Leona Lewis in the 2006 series of The X Factor and was mentored by Simon Cowell. Ray released his debut album Doing It My Way in 2007. The record entered the Official UK Album Chart at number one, was later certified Platinum and also saw Ray enter the Guinness Book Of Records for being the youngest male artist to enter the UK charts without releasing a single.