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The Ocotillo Performing Arts Center is reminding those who purchased tickets to see country singer Collin Raye Saturday to hold onto their tickets until the rescheduled date.

Raye was originally set to perform a pair of shows Saturday evening at the OPAC but was forced to reschedule. The shows will now take place Friday, Jan. 8, 2016, and tickets already purchased will be honored.

Additional tickets will also be sold.

Raye, whose 1991 debut solo album “All I Can Be” produced the No. 1 hit “Love, Me,” also topped the charts in 1992 with “In This Life,” in 1994 with “My Kind of Girl,” and in 1998 with “I Can Still Feel You.”