This pop-rock band was founded in 2002 in Denver, CO. The group gained commercial success for its singles “Over My Head (Cable Car)” and “How to Save a Life.” Although their self-titled 2009 album did reach #1 on the Billboard charts, critical reception has been mixed. Critiques of their music have varied from hailing their music as “charming” and “appealing” to describing it as “dreary.”
Tickets to The Fray’s most recent worldwide tour were in very high demand; the tour started in January 2009, took a brief summer hiatus, and continued with a college tour throughout Fall 2009. One testament to the band’s commercial success was the Australian leg of their tour where a concert had to be moved to a larger venue due to their popularity.
Although the band has no set plans to tour in 2010, they are currently working on music that will possibly be released between late 2010 and early 2011.
Tickets to the upcoming joint tour featuring Kelly Clarkson and The Fray are among the onsales for the weekend ending April 30 as compiled by TicketNews®. Kelly Clarkson, who is currently riding high on the success of her latest album “Stronger,” and The Fray, who recently released their third... Read more
After just a couple weeks of late summer vacation, The Fray is preparing to head back out on the U.S. tour circuit just in time for the start of the fall semester. The Denver-based quartet will hit at least nine college and university venues across the nation during the... Read more
More woeful stories from the Aerosmith camp and a tour announcement for Brand New are in the mix for the daily tour recap on August 7, as compiled by TicketNews. It has come to light that Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler broke his shoulder and received stitches after falling from... Read more
Singer-songwriter John Vesely just completed a successful supporting run with The Fray in Australia and a number of headline dates in the Philippines, but the touring doesn’t end now that he’s back in the United States. Performing under the stage name Secondhand Serenade, the musician has lined up a... Read more
Tool, Widespread Panic and The Fray will headline Colorado’s largest music and arts festival, the second Mile High Music Festival, on July 18-19 at the Fields at Dick’s Sporting Goods Park in Commerce City, CO. Tool will perform on July 18, Widespread Panic will perform both days, and The... Read more
Tickets to catch The Fray and Jack’s Mannequin’s upcoming joint national tour as well as tickets for upcoming concerts from the Jonas Brothers are on sale throughout the weekend ending March 23 as compiled by Ticket News. Today’s onsales begin with tickets to catch the “Queen of Soul”, Aretha... Read more
Piano-driven rock band The Fray will follow its successful overseas concert dates with a new U.S. tour leg this summer. The 32-date tour launches June 12 at Chastain Park Amphitheatre in Atlanta, GA, and continues through August 7 at Spokane Arena in Spokane, WA. The eight-week trek includes a... Read more
Today’s recap includes concert announcements, cancellations and more, as compiled by TicketNews on February 20, 2009. Legendary singer-songwriter Leonard Cohen will be swinging through the U.S. for his long-awaited national tour. Nearly 30 cities in the U.S. and Canada are outlined on his current itinerary, which has him on... Read more
Due to overwhelming demand, Denver, CO-based alt-rockers The Fray have moved their March 24 show at Enmore Theatre in Sydney, Australia, to the larger Hordern Pavilion. After all 2,000 tickets sold in a day, the show was moved to the 5,500-capacity Hordern, which is a general admission and standing... Read more
Piano rock band The Fray is celebrating the New Year and the upcoming release of their sophomore album with a brief tour of North America. The sold-out trek is scheduled to begin January 6 at Gothic Theatre in Denver, CO, and wrap February 4 at Webster Theatre in New... Read more