The Fray, a four-piece piano rock back formed in 2002. The Fray band was formed by former schoolmates Isaac Slade (vocals and piano) and Joe King (bass guitar and vocals) out of Denver, and was later joined by David Welsh (guitar) and Ben Wysocki (drums and percussion). Jeremy McCoy has been the touring bassist since March 2009 though The Fray has no official bass guitarist.

The Fray is best known for their song "How to Save a Life," released in 2005, which charted in the top three of the Billboard Hot 100 and has been a hit all over the world. The Fray band members were thrilled when they found national success with songs such as "Over My Head (Cable Car)" and "You Found Me," which became a top fifteen hit in the United States and Canada. Epic Records discovered The Fray through an original article of a Denver publication, and eventually signed the band on December 17, 2004

Before their successful career began, the Fray had struggled to launch a single and had been rejected by a Denver radio station KTCL eight times. Eventually The Fray submitted "Cable Car" which found airplay on KTCL radio show highlighting local bands. The Fray song "Cable Car" received a large number of requests and The Fray took off.

As a Grammy Award-nominated group, The Fray have recently signed on for the 2008/2009 year as an ambassador for the VH1's Save the Music Foundation and performed at the 2008 American Music Awards.

The Fray Band is hotter than ever and Fray concert tickets sell fast. Buy Fray tickets and see The Fray Band live. Isaac Slade, Joe King, David Welsh and Ben Wysocki will not disappoint!


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