Ray Boltz is an award winning recording artist and has sold more than 4.5 million records.
He has earned three Dove awards, three OUTMusic awards and had more than a dozen number one radio singles.
He has performed in every state in the US and in many countries around the world (including India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Romania, Botswana, Vietnam, Cambodia, Singapore, Nepal, Canada and Mexico).
Since "coming out" as a gay man in 2008, Ray continues performing
in affirming & accepting churches, conferences and pride events.
His newest project "True" deals with his struggle to reconcile his faith with his sexual orientation.
Two songs from this project have gained national attention. The song "Don't Tell Me Who To Love" has been adopted as an anthem for marriage equality. The song "Who Would Jesus Love" was named as one of the top songs in Billboard's international songwriting contest (Christian/Gospel Division).
Ray Boltz won three OUTMusic awards in 2010 -Album Of The Year, Song Writer Of The Year & Spiritual Song Of The Year