Toronto based singer/songwriter David Bray has been hailed one of Canada’s leading songwriters. His newest album, Crowded Isolation was released earlier this month via Under Duress Music. It’s the second in a trilogy of albums, following Night Rains which was released in 2017. The Albums feature a plethora of Bray’s friends, including Jeff Healey, Daniel Lanois, Garth Hudson of The Band, Kim Mitchell, legendary Motown bassist Bob Babbitt, Justin Abedin of Jacksoul, Colin Linden and many more. We had the chance to ask David a few questions about his music career and album, and what may come in the future.
“One of Canada’s finest songwriters” – Bob Mackowycz David Bray’s unique artistic vision has established him as one of Canadian music’s leading songwriters. His compelling lyrical flare combined with an ear for musical hooks has been hailed by critics and industry veterans alike. Bray is a poet and storyteller as much as he is a writer of songs….all without compromising … Read More
Holger Peterson of Stony Plain Records will be featuring the title track of David Bray’s Night Rains on Saturday Night Blues (CBC and SiriusXM 169) on Saturday, July 15. This is the last show of the season. Peterson has said that he will also be playing more tracks from Night Rains next season, which will return later this year.
David sat down for an interview on CP24 news channel in Toronto. Thanks to hosts Jee-Yun Lee and Kyle Christie for the profile.
David Bray will be interviewed this week on radio and television, so be sure to tune in for the following:
Eric Alper’s show on SiriusXM channel 167 Wednesday, May 10 at noon (ET).
Humble & Fred’s show on SiriusXM channel 168 Thursday, May 11 at 7:30 AM (ET)
The Jewel for Toronto, Ottawa and Hamilton on Thursday, May 11 at 2:00 PM (ET)
CP24 TV on Thursday at 10:45 PM (ET)
Toronto, April 26, 2017 – A mere two months out of the gate and acclaimed Canadian songwriter/producer and music industry vet David Bray’s album Night Rains is catching fire on over 175 radio stations worldwide. Programmers and DJ’s from the U.S. to the UK, Germany to Italy are falling fast for the evocative title song and the irrepressible soul-pop scorch of single “Working Day To Day,” powered by Bray’s cinematic lyrics, powerful music and the emotive vocals shared with singer/musical partner Lorraine Reid.
David Bray’s unique artistic vision has established him as one of Canadian music’s leading songwriters. His compelling lyrical flare combined with an ear for musical hooks has been hailed by critics and industry veterans alike, from his early work with producers Daniel Lanois, Eugene Martynec and John Capek to his more recent work with a list of all star musicians.