David Gray is a British indie folk singer-songwriter and musician from Sale, Cheshire. He is best known for his second album ‘White Ladder’, and for tracks such as This Year's Love, and Babylon
Starting his music career in 1992, he released his debut album, ‘A Century Ends’, but it wasn’t till his fourth album, ‘White Ladder’, released in 2000, that he gained wider notoriety, hitting #1 in the UK Albums Chart. His following two albums, ‘A New Day at Midnight’ released in 2002, and ‘Life in Slow Motion’, came out in 2005, and both hit the top spot in the chart. ‘Draw the Line’ followed in 2009, with ‘Foundling’ being released in 2010, and his last record ‘Mutineers’ came out in 2014.
He has headlined his own shows and tours across the globe, including performing with Damien Rice at the UK leg of Live Earth at Wembley Stadium in London, as well as having supported the likes of Kirsty MacColl, Dave Matthews Band and Radiohead and having played Greenwich Music Time.
David Gray has announced an extensive Gold In A Brass Age tour for spring 2019, supporting his new album of the same name - due for release in March. Then he has a show as part of Cork's Live at the Marquee series lined up for June! Catch him live by checking out the tour dates and concert ticket information below on Stereoboard.