From the sleepy sprawl of America's Mile-High City comes The Fray, a Denver-based foursome whose melodic pop-rock songs and soaring vocals resonate with sprawling tapestries and tales of hopefulness and heartache. Formed in 2002, The Fray earned a loyal grassroots following through impressive area gigs and the support of local radio which led a listener-driven campaign to get the band a record contract. With strong word-of-mouth the band garnered substantial airplay on two of Denver's top rock stations and eventually signed to Epic Records in 2004. They just released their debut album "How to Save a Life" in September - a sophisticated, emotional blend of tinkling pianos, acoustic and electric guitars, and gently insistent rhythms that serves as an ideal backdrop for singer Isaac Slade's pitch-perfect, achingly beautiful vocals.
Added by turtlespooh on January 25, 2006