Mark Gray (singer)
|Birth name||Mark Eugene Gray|
October 24, 1952|
Vicksburg, Mississippi, U.S.
|Died||December 2, 2016 (aged 64)
Lebanon, Tennessee, U.S.
Mark Eugene Gray (October 24, 1952 – December 2, 2016) was an American singer-songwriter and country music artist. He recorded both as a solo artist for Columbia Records and as a member of the country pop band Exile, of which he was a member between 1979 and 1982.
Gray's solo career included three albums and eight Top 40 country hits, of which the highest-peaking is the No. 6 Tammy Wynette duet "Sometimes When We Touch", a cover of the Dan Hill song. Gray also co-wrote "Take Me Down" and "The Closer You Get", both of which were originally recorded by Exile and later became Number One hits for Alabama. Other songs that Gray co-wrote include "It Ain't Easy Being Easy" for Janie Fricke and "Second Hand Heart" for Gary Morris. He died on December 2, 2016, at the age of 64.
|This Ol' Piano||
|That Feeling Inside||
|1983||"It Ain't Real (If It Ain't You)"||25||—||Magic|
|1984||"Left Side of the Bed"||10||28|
|"If All the Magic Is Gone"||9||6|
|"Diamond in the Dust"||9||4||This Ol' Piano|
|1985||"Sometimes When We Touch" (with Tammy Wynette)||6||24|
|"Smooth Sailing (Rock in the Road)"||43||30|
|"Please Be Love"||7||3||That Feeling Inside|
|1986||"Back When Love Was Enough"||14||7|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart|
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