Denver-based quartet The Fray enjoyed chart-topping success with an emotive piano-driven pop-rock sound inspired by the likes of The Wallflowers, Counting Crows and U2. The group founded in 2002 when former Christian school classmates Isaac Slade (lead vocals) and Joe King (guitar) bumped into each other at a music store and decided to start jamming together, later adding guitarist Dave Welsh and drummer Ben Wysocki to their line-up. 2002’s debut EP, Movement, and 2003 follow-up, Reason, helped them to land a deal with Epic Records and after supporting Ben Folds and Weezer on their North American tours, The Fray released their first studio effort, How to Save a Life, in 2005. Having already spawned a Top 10 single in the shape of “Over My Head (Cable Car),” the record received another major boost when the title track was used on both Grey’s Anatomy and Scrubs, peaked at No.3 on the US Hot 100 and spent over a year on the charts. Keen to capitalize on its success, the group released a hit cover version of John Lennon’s “Happy Xmas (War is Over),” headed out on an extensive world tour and recorded live albums at Philadelphia’s Electric Factory and in Nashville before picking up two nominations at the 2007 Grammy Awards. In 2009, the band reached number one on the Billboard 200 with their eponymous sophomore, shifting nearly 200,000 copies in its first week, and added to their tally of hits with “You Found Me” and “Never Say Never,” while after recording a well-received rendition of Kanye West’s “Heartless,” they made another unlikely venture into the urban scene with a guest spot on Timbaland’s Shock Value II. Produced by Brendan O’Brien (Bruce Springsteen) and heavily influenced by their trips to Rwanda and Germany, third LP, Scars and Stories, arrived in 2011 and received some of the best reviews of their career. Drum ‘n’ bass maestro DJ Fresh was the next surprising collaborator to utilize the band’s talents on 2012 album, Nextlevelism, and the band continued to explore their electronic leanings by hooking up with superstar producer Stuart Price (Madonna, The Killers) for their 2014 third consecutive US Top 10 LP, Helios.
Scars And Stories (2012)
The Fray (2009)
How To Save A Life (2005)
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8-22-16: It will be an eventful fall for Denver-based rock group The Fray, who hit the road for a 27-date tour beginning in October. The band is also slated to release a greatest hits compilation album, aptly titled Through The Years: The Best Of The Fray, which will also include three new songs. The album will hit stores on November 9 with the new single, "Singing Low", being released September 9. Check out the complete list of The Fray tour dates in the "Schedule" tab above. Tickets will go on sale to the general public on Friday, August 26 at 10 a.m.
5-28-15: The Fray is currently touring with Matt Nathanson as part of Train’s Picasso At The Wheel Tour. Having already preformed 6 shows the next stop will be Gexa Energy Pavilion in Dallas, Texas on May 29th. Tickets average $71.76 and have a get-in price starting at $19.00 on the secondary market. The Picasso At The Wheel Tour’s least expensive show, Gorge Amphitheatre on July 25th averages $40.00 with a get-in price of $29.00 on the secondary market as well.
5-7-15: The rock band from Colorado The Fray, will be on the road later this month with a string of dates to perform concert events all across North America over the next couple of months. Their first show is on May 21 at the Sleep Train Amphitheatre in Marysville, California.
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The Fray 2016 Tour Dates
10/15 — Seattle, WA @ Moore Theatre
10/16 — Portland, OR @ Crystal Ballroom
10/18–San Francisco, CA @ Masonic
10/20–Phoenix, AZ @ Comerica Theatre
10/21–Cabazon, CA @ Morongo Casino
10/22–Las Vegas, NV @ The Foundry Hall at SLS Casino
10/24–Los Angeles, CA @ Wiltern
10/27–San Antonio, TX @ Aztec Theater
10/28–Houston, TX @ House of Blues
10/29–Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
10/30–Austin, TX @ ACL Live Moody
11/4–Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre
11/5–Wilkes-Barre, PA @ Mohegan Sun Pocono
11/6–Cleveland, OH @ House of Blues
11/7–Madison, WI @ Orpheum Theater
11/9–New York, NY @ The Beacon Theatre
11/11–Chicago, IL @ The Chicago Theatre
11/12–Nashville, TN @ War Memorial Auditorium
11/13–Atlanta, GA @ Tabernacle
11/15–Washington, DC @ The Fillmore Silver Spring
11/16–Philadelphia, PA @ Fillmore
11/18–Detroit, MI @ Fillmore
11/19–Battle Creek, MI @ FireKeepers Casino
11/20–Toronto, ON @ Sound Academy
11/22–Minneapolis, MN @ Orpheum
11/25–Boulder, CO @ Fox Theatre
11/26–Denver, CO @ 1st Bank