David Gray

David Gray

English singer, songwriter and musician from Cheshire who rose to fame in 1998 with the number one album 'White Ladder', which spawned the hits 'Babylon', 'Please Forgive Me' and 'This Year's Love'.

His early recordings date back to 1993 with the album 'A Century Ends'. Other albums include: "Flesh" (1994), "Sell, Sell, Sell" (1996), "White Ladder" (1998), "Lost Songs 95-98" (2001), "A New Day at Midnight" (2002), "Life in Slow Motion" (2005), "Draw the Line" (2009), "Foundling" (2010), "Mutineers" (2014), "Gold in a Brass Age" (2019), plus 2021's: "Skellig".

He worked with Orbital on the single remixes for "Please Forgive Me".

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BBC Radio 2 Piano Room Live
Jamie Cullum, David Gray, and Katie Melua announced for special "Piano Room Live" shows at Manchester's Opera House in September. Tickets available