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With the few keystrokes of a piano, The Fray became an overnight success in the music industry. Their lead single, "Over My Head (Cable Car), introduced the rock/pop band to many in the industry but it wasn't until "How To Save a Life," the the band reached uncharted levels of musical fame.
Isaac Slade is the man behind the vocals that have captured the hearts of many music fans. Slade has a way of telling a story through each song and connecting with fans on a personal level. When The Fray takes the stage, fans sing along and become a part of the show.
The Fray spent a lot of 2013 playing shows and working on their latest album. The wait is almost over for fans. The Fray will be releasing their next album Helios on Jan. 14. Without a doubt it is likely that their success and sound will continue well into next year. The first single off of Helios, "Love Don't Die," shows that the sound is being modernized but stays true to what fans love about the Fray.
TheCelebrityCafe.com is counting down the top ten songs from The Fray. Did your favorite not make this list? Comment below and add in your favorite song from The Fray.