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David Gray was born in Sale, Cheshire in England on 13th June 1968. He is an English indie rock singer-songwriter.
David Gray attended the Carmarthenshire College of Art and the Liverpool School of Art.
David Gray's music career started in 1993, releasing debut album, "A Century Ends", he quickly went on the release second studio album, "Flesh", which led the singer songwriter to be recognised by popular folk and indie labels. David continued to record and work hard, released a third album in 1996, named, "Sell, sell, sell". Although he changed his style slightly, using his now trademark style of folk, alternative rock and electronics, the album was still unsuccessful.
Finally, the release of his fourth album, "White Ladder" in 2000 bought him success. The breakthrough was thanks to his best-known songs: "This Year's Love" and "Babylon". "Babylon" was number 1 in the charts for six weeks and sold over 100,000 copies alone in Ireland.
David's hard work and persistence paid off and the album was number 1 in the UK Albums Chart for two and a half years.
He has been nominated for four Brit Awards – twice for Best British Male. David Gray has toured since his music career began in 1993 and has since performed with acts, Kirsty MacColl, Dave Matthews Band and Radiohead.