The Fray

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The Fray
The Fray 2014.jpg
The Fray in 2014
Background information
OriginDenver, Colorado, United States
GenresPiano rock
Alternative rock
Adult album alternative
Years active2002–present
Sony BMG
MembersIsaac Slade
Joe King
David Welsh
Ben Wysocki
Dan Lavery (touring bassist only)
Past membersCaleb Slade
Dan Battenhouse
Zach Johnson
Dave Hedin
Jimmy Stofer (touring bassist only)

The Fray is a rock band formed in 2002. The band's debut album How to Save a Life (album) was released September 2005. The Fray released 1 studio album, 2 live albums, and 2 EP's. The Fray created singles How to Save a Life, Over My Head (Cable Car), Look After You, Vienna, and All at Once.

Discography[change | change source]

Studio albums[change | change source]

Date of Release Title Label US Billboard Peak UK Top 75 Peak Australian ARIA Peak
September 13, 2005 How to Save a Life Epic Records
2x Platinum
Beginning of 2009 The Fray Epic Records

EPs[change | change source]

Date of Release Title Label
2002 Movement EP Independent
2003 (Original)
2007 (Reissue)
Reason EP Independent (Original)
Epic Records (Reissue)

Live[change | change source]

Date of Release Title Label
July 18, 2006 Live at the Electric Factory: Bootleg No. 1 Epic Records
September 4, 2007 Acoustic in Nashville: Bootleg No. 2 Epic Records

Singles[change | change source]

Year Title Chart Positions Album
US Hot 100 US Pop 100 US Modern Rock US Hot AC Hot Adult Top 40 Hot Digital Songs Hot Ringtones Brazil Hot 100 UK Singles Canadian Singles New Zealand Singles Australian Singles
2005 "Over My Head (Cable Car)" 1 8 8 37 3 2 6 20 5 19 11 25 22 How to Save a Life
2006 "How to Save a Life" 3 4 31 1 1 1 22 4 4 1 7 2
"Happy Xmas (War Is Over)" 50 13 Happy Xmas (War Is Over) Single
2007 "Look After You" 59 49 11 12 58 59 How to Save a Life
"All at Once" 23 20 175
2009 "You Found Me"[1] The Fray
  • 1 In the United Kingdom, "How to Save a Life" was released in early 2007 as the band's debut single, followed by "Over My Head (Cable Car)" a few months later.

References[change | change source]

  1. Tate, Jason. "The Fray Line Up New Video" Retrieved on August 19, 2008.