Ray Fuller – Guitarist/Composer/Music Director/Producer, Whitney Houston, Anita Baker, Quincy Jones

Guitarist/Composer/Music Director/Producer Ray Fuller has intimately worked with such noted artists as Whitney Houston, Anita Baker, Luther Vandross, Natalie Cole, Quincy Jones, George Duke, Boney James, Branford Marsalis, Bebe & Cece Winans, Yolanda Adams, Brenda Russell, Everette Harp, Jeff Lorber, Najee and many others in his outstanding musical career.

In addition to his numerous recording credits and world tours, Ray’s guitar has been heard on television and film soundtracks including The Bodyguard, Leap of Faith, Thelma & Louise, Another 48 Hours, Boomerang, Meteor Man, Captain EO and The Prince of Egypt.

A graduate of Chicago’s Kenwood Academy of the Arts, and later The American Conservatory of Music, Ray “The Weeper” Fuller has continued to make his mark in the entertainment arena.

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  • Ray thank you for sharing this in the podcast, I loved every minute of it, especially the stuff with Whitney and those iconic songs, that story about the “borrowed” acoustic was classic! That was so cool of Bonnie to do that for you, wow memories…. Loved hearing about your Mom too, I don’t know how you could even tell that story without breaking up. Loved hearing about the way you played giving that couple a new beginning… goosebumps! Oh can we do that in B flat?  

  • What’s up, bro.? Hope you’re well! I really enjoyed your spirit, and playing music with you @ the Birthday celebration, Pomona ( Mountain Meadows – golf course) . I’m the (percussion player).God bless you, and your family. Keep striving for Love, Peace and Happiness!



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