The Fray's debut album, "How to Save a Life" was released in September 2005 and became KTCL's most played song by the end of the year. The Fray song "How to Save a Life" was first featured during a second season episode of Grey's Anatomy in March of 2006, and then on an episode of Scrubs in April of 2006. "How to Save a Life" was certified double platinum by the RIAA and has sold over 2,865,171 downloads.

According to Isaac Slade, The Fray's lead singer and songwriter, the song was written and influenced by his experience while working as a mentor at a camp for troubled teens. Isaac Slade was paired up with a seventeen-year-old musician and was frustrated that no one could help this boy with his severely difficult problems. The verses of the Fray song "How to Save a Life", according to Isaac Slade, describes an attempt by an adult to confront a troubled teen and how he was unable to save a friend because he didn't know how to.

With its powerful words and a melody that sinks in quickly, the fans of The Fray absolutely love the song "How to Save a Life". The lyrics hit home for Fray fans since many people can relate to difficult situations similar to those in this song by The Fray.

If you are one of the over 2 million people who have downloaded The Fray's How to Save a Life song, then you will want to be one of the thousands to attend the next Fray concert. Buy Fray Concert Tickets today!


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