David Gray was raised in an English suburb in the 1970s by a single father who formerly had a career as a professional soccer player. It became clear to David at a young age that he was destined for the big time, but his stomping grounds would come in the form of stages instead of fields. David Gray tickets have been selling well since he first began touring on a small scale in the early 1990s. An upcoming tour will bring the talents of the Brit onto the doorsteps of fans all over North America.
After his first studio albums were met with acclaim by folks in the business but did not generate much money in terms of sales, the performer began to doubt himself. A big break came in 1996 when he released an album entitled Sell, Sell, Sell – an obvious allusion to the need for him to make a bigger bang in terms of revenue in order to continue as a legitimate folk rock artist. The result was an album that received a lot of airplay on both sides of the Atlantic Ocean, garnering the attention of fans and making them interested in purchasing David Gray Concert tickets.
He continued to tour the UK throughout the rest of the 90s while piling up catchy hits that were prominently featured on live airwaves. He took a break around the turn-of-the-century to recharge his batteries, and when he began working on a studio album that was released in October 2002, it was clear that he had hit his groove. Cheap David Gray tickets were flying off the shelves to folks interested in seeing him perform mesmerizing and biographic hits such as Babylon.
If you purchase David Gray Tickets to one or more of his upcoming shows, you will see the front man work his craft while surrounded by a variety of capable professionals. Rob Malone has handled bass guitar for several years, and Gray is also accompanied by Neill MacCall, Keith Prior and Tim Bradshaw. They combine to create a diversity of sound takes concertgoers on a cerebral ride throughout the course of each and every live performance. Tickets for David Gray have steadily increased in popularity over the last two decades, so there's no reason to delay securing your seats to a show starring one of the most talented and under-the-radar performers out of the UK.