Isaac Slade

Isaac Slade

Isaac Edward Slade (born May 26, 1981) is an American musician and the lead vocalist, main songwriter, pianist, and co-founder of Denver-based piano rock band The Fray.

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Isaac Slade - Influences
... Slade stated in an interview that one of the first songs that inspired him was "Swallowed" by Bush, and that the lyrics and tune had moved him enough to pursue his career In a post on AOL Radio Blog, he wrote ...
The Fray (album) - Track Listing
... All songs written and composed by Isaac Slade and Joe King, except where noted ... "Say When" (Isaac Slade) 502 5 ... Happiness" (Isaac Slade) 522 Total length 4325 Deluxe Edition "Heartless" – 416 "Never Say Never" – 421 "You Found Me" – 405 "Where the Story Ends" – 320 "Fair Fight" – 308 "Be The ...
How To Save A Life - Track Listing
... All songs written and composed by Isaac Slade and Joe King, except where noted ... "All at Once" (Isaac Slade, Joe King and Aaron Johnson) 348 5 ... "Hundred" (Isaac Slade and Monica Conway) 413 9 ...
The Fray - History - Scars and Stories (2011–present)
... During an interview with Colorado Daily, Isaac Slade explained why the band had recruited Brendan O'Brien as their producer "Sonically, we wanted to make this record sound as close as possible to the ... As for the lyrical aspect of the album, Slade mentions that the lyrics capture a more aggressive tone, than their previous records ... During an interview with Westword, Isaac Slade mentioned working titles for three new tracks that he said would most likely be appearing on the third album "H ...

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