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Music: 'How to Save a Life' by The Fray

Music: ‘How to Save a Life’ by The Fray

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Song of the Week: How To Save A Life - The Fray

The Fray is a band I’ve only recently discovered but I immediately took to them as their sound is very close to my sensibilities. They have a lot of good songs in their discography and even though the recent album… 196 more words


Song Analysis: You Found Me by The Fray (2008)

Information from: http://www.songfacts.com/detail.php?id=13808

The Fray’s 2008 hit “You Found Me” was inspired by a dream that lead singer Issac Slade about walking down the street and running into God who looked like a Bruce Springsteen Doppelganger and had a cigarette in his hand hence the lyrics in the first verse “I found God/ On the corner of First and Amistad/ Where the west/ Was all but won/ All alone/ Smoking his last cigarette/ I said, “Where you been?”/ He said, “Ask anything”. 482 more words

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Ghost of Concert's Past: The Fray, Sara Bareilles and Parachute

Rochester has had their fair share of amazing artists come to town. In December 2013, Rochester got a special visit from Parachute, Sara Bareilles… 383 more words