A great big good morning to all the fans of Ray Stevens! I'd been going through some of Ray's You Tube music videos in my Favorites list and realized that his last long form music video arrived half a year ago in October 2013. Of course, Ray's been uploading other kinds of video content in the interim but October 2013 is the last time a music video by him became available for on-line viewing.
Ray's version of "Unchained Melody" (an internationally famous recording associated with The Righteous Brothers) debuted on You Tube on October 2, 2013 and since that time it's received 32,373 unique views. Ever since it's October debut there has not been much official publicity surrounding it and so it's gotten over 30,000 unique views through on-line sharing such as what I'm doing right now. Since it's been half a year since it's debut there might be some people out there that will be seeing this for the first time...
In the comments section for the music video, one of the people appearing in the band identified mostly everyone, except the identities of the drummer and the guitar player: Banjo (Ned Luberecki), Dobro (Ron Ickes), Fiddle (Shad Cobb), Mandolin (Brent Mason), and the Bass (Ben Surratt). The latter's name should be familiar to Ray's fans. If you look at the credits on a lot of Ray's recent projects you'll see Surratt's name listed as the recording engineer.
I have no idea if he plays the Bass on Ray's contemporary recordings but for whatever reason the musician credits aren't listed on Ray's projects as consistently anymore. Ray mentions several of his band members in his autobiography, both former and current, as well as the various producers and engineers that have worked on his albums over the decades.