From: TX, United States
Ramón: Born July 29, 1942 in Palma Soriano, Oriente, Cuba. Professionally known as Ray, Ray Milan, and Ramón started his musical career in Miami, FL at the age of 15. His first single record (You'll Always Be Mine and Rose) was released on the "Scott" record label in 1958. Ramón was the lead vocalist for the teen vocal group, Ray and The Quarternotes.
Moving to NYC Ramón signed with the Jolly Joyce Theatrical Agency and from here on he was headlined as Ray Milan and The Quarternotes. ABC Paramount Records signed the group and in 1963 ABC Paramount released the Album "Million Sellers Go Bossa Nova" featuring Ray Milan and The Quarternotes. Ramón performed with the Quarternotes throughout the USA, Canada, and the Carribean, sharing the stage with such greats as Johnny Rivers, Joey Dee and The Starlighters, Little Anthony and The Imperials, etc. Ramón retired from the music industry and pursued a career as a chaplain working in one of Corpus Christi's hospital system. Today Ramón is claiming his spanish heritage and has dedicated his first come back album "Ramón Canta Lo Mejor de Ayer" to the memory of his parents.
Now with three albums to his name (Ramon Canta Lo Mejor de Ayer, Christmas A La Latin, and his new release, Island solution, Ramon is making a difference in the cross over latin and American music industry.