Bray is truly a rare talent. Ignited by jagged guitar driven grooves, catchy pop rock hooks, and his kinetic live performances, he and his band consistently fuel audiences into a feel good frenzy. As a performer, Bray is an unexpected combination:
The fire and strut of the classic rock frontman, the moves and voice of the classic soulman , and the quick self-effacing humor of the classic talk show host. The startling result has been described as Bowie meets the Foo Fighters.
Called "Brilliant and Energetic" by the San Francisco Examiner, and voted in the Top 100 Unsigned Bands in the Nation by Music Connection Magazine, Bray has had songs in 6 national TV shows, and his excellent videos (www.youtube.com/braymusic) have garnered more than 3 million views in total.
On the road, Bray and his band have performed in 10 countries around the globe to crowds in excess of 7,000. He has been featured in the Grammy New Artist Showcase and shared the stage with legends such as Scott Weiland and Joe Satriani.
On his latest CD "The End Is The Beginning," Bray reaches into rock's past for inspiration, and delivers seven instantly memorable, modern classics, from the angular driving opener "Frozen Bodies" to the haunting modernistic "Karmas in Debt" and "Kabuki Scene," to artful and boldly sensitive ballads "Beautiful Girl" and "Marquee," to hit singles in waiting "Little Black Heart" and "Natasha," which sound like great lost tunes unearthed from rock's heydey and given a contemporary polish.
Bray's music is somehow distinctly visual. A unique sound defined by fearless vocals soaring over tight driving tracks, all of which culminate into unforgettable pop-rock dramas.
• “Bray is undefeated in the originality category.” Zero magazine
• “Bray and his band blow the doors off the joint!" Dr Fink (keyboardist for Prince and the Revolution)
• “I wouldn’t be surprised at all if he lands a major recording contract.” Aaron Axelson - music director, LIVE 105FM San Francisco