Wednesday night at Ray's Downtown. A 50-something guitarist alone on the bandstand idly strokes the strings between numbers as a handful of barflies down cheap drinks. Slow night. In fact, the club exhibits a barely detectable pulse, despite the dozen or so patrons who have dragged themselves away from the television to what veteran nightcrawlers will tell you is West Palm Beach's best-kept secret. But the little bar at 519 Clematis St., with more than a decade of music and revelry under its belt, is... More >>>