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photo by: Scott Reese

Opening for U.F.O.

Photo by: Scott Reese
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Me and one of my chicks... Jenny McCarthy.

Me and another one of my chicks, at her pad.

Donnie Ray with Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons of KISS

Steve Perry (JOURNEY), Donnie Ray, & Uncle Joe Benson

Donnie Ray with Nikki Sixx & Tracii Guns 3-11-04

Donnie Ray & with Troy Luccketta (drums), & Jeff Keith (vocals) of TESLA

Backstage with Weird Al & Bermuda after their show. They were having a special RIAA platinum record presentation for "Bad Hair Day".

Outside "Studio D" (Loveline / Tom Leykis) with K.K. Downing & Ian Hill of JUDAS PRIEST.

The Tom Leykis Show with Gene Simmons of KISS.

Mike Levine of TRIUMPH & Donnie Ray

In "Studio A" with Billy Idol

Patrick Simmons of THE DOOBIE BROTHERS...Yup, he still has long hair.

At Westwood One with SOUL MOTOR featuring TESLA's Brian Wheat

SKID ROW's Dave "The Snake" Sabo coming in for an interview.

In 1999, Mike McColgan shocked the musical community by leaving the groundbreaking and successful Dropkick Murphys to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming a Boston firefighter. Do Or Die, McColgan’s last record with the Dropkicks remains a punk rock classic. Still an active fireman in Boston, and living in the blue-collar, Irish catholic neighborhood Dorchester, Mike McColgan never stopped writing music and was ready to hit the stage and studio immediately.

Donnie Ray with STREET DOGS Mike McColgan (ex-singer in Dropkick Murphys)
Rob Guidotti (ex-guitarist and songwriter in Dropkick Murphys
Johnny Rioux (ex-bassist with The Bruisers)
Jeff Erna (veteran Boston drummer).

Donnie Ray with PRIMUS guitarist Larry LaBlonde.

Donnie Ray in "Studio A" with Danny & Cory of THREE DOG NIGHT

Donnie Ray with Adam Busch
He played "Warren Meers" in "Buffy the
Vampire Slayer". He also played in a
jazz/folk/rock band named 28 Orange
Street, now renamed "Common Rotation".
Other members include Eric Kufs
(singer/guitarist), Mike Uhler
(bassist), and Ken Beck (drummer).
Their second album, "The Big Fear",
was released in Febuary 2003.
Adam Busch personal quote...
"I think it's really great that on a
show that had monsters, that the
scariest thing was done with a gun
in broad daylight." [about a scene
involving his "Buffy" character,
Warren; August, 2002]

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