This year’s Super Bowl was a particularly bitter pill for Broncos fans to swallow. Denver band The Fray was no exception.
Coming off the release of 2012′s Scars & Stories, Denver band The Fray have decided to switch gears. The band teamed up with London producer Stuart Price for their fourth release, Helios.
Broncos fans may still be feeling down about the loss in the Super Bowl, but Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock is trying to brighten the mood.
There are several events leading up to Sunday’s AFC Championship Game where the Broncos face off against the Patriots– one of the most exciting is Colorado’s own The Fray will perform at halftime during the game at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Rock musicians with strong Colorado ties joined Dave Matthews in a performance at the 1STBANK Center in Broomfield Sunday night to raise money for flood victims.
Dave Matthews, The Fray, Big Head Todd and The Monsters along with members of the Lumineers and DeVotchKa will perform live at a concert for flood relief.
The Fray is a Denver original that formed 10 years ago. The band is back to rock Red Rocks on Friday and Saturday.
The summer music season officially kicks off this week at Red Rocks. One of the first acts to hit the stage will be a Colorado homegrown favorite- The Fray.
The stage is being set for U2 to perform live at Invesco Field at Mile High this weekend.
The Colorado band The Fray just booked quite a gig. They will open for U2 next May at Invesco Field at Mile High.