- The Church on Cumberland Road
- Next to You, Next To Me (1990)
- Two Dozen Roses
- They Don’t Make Love Like We Used To (1987)
- Stop the Rain (1987)
- She Doesn’t Cry Anymore (1988)
Biography of Ralph Ezell
Ralph Ezell was born in Union, Mississippi, on December 30, 1953. He attended Pearl High School in Pearl, MS. He was a session musician before becoming the bass guitarist for the country music band Shenandoah, which he co-founded in 1985. The band included Marty Rabon, Mike McGuire, Jim Seales, and Stan Thorn.
The band released its first album in 1987, named Shenandoah. Their second album, named The Road Not taken, was released in 1988. The third album, Extra Mile, was released in 1990. Two more albums were released in the 1990’s before Ezell left the band in 1996. He rejoined Shenandoah in the 2000’s. They released the album Journeys in 2006.
Ezell died on November 30th, 2007 in South Dakota of a heart attack.