Eddy has always said that writing music is his first love as a God-given gift.
Eddy Raven began his career in the music industry at the LaLouisianne label, selling records and working in the facilities sound studios. It was there Raven got the chance to meet and work with many regional stars, including Bobby Charles who cut one of Eddy's songs and became a writing mentor to the young writer/artist. After signing with Acuff Rose in Nashville, Raven was determined to write a hit song. He fulfilled the goal and wrote "Country Green" and "Touch The Morning" for Don Gibson along with "Good Morning Country Rain" for Jeannie C. Riley.