by (@fdot415)

Let’s Play Who Has The Most Intense Singing Face Ever During This The Fray Performance

Palladia is airing The Fray‘s full Live From The Artists Den concert Wednesday, March 12 at 9/8C. We’ve got a sneak of the VH1 favorites rocking their double-platinum hit “You Found Me” for the packed audience at Angel Orensanz Center in New York City’s Lower East Side. As usual, the foursome brought enough drama and emotion to the mid-tempo ballad to make a G nearly cry real tears (don’t act like you don’t still picture Izzie Stevens in crumpled heap of prom dress and sads whenever you hear “How To Save A Life” – damnit, Shonda Rhimes!). But we also couldn’t help noticing how intense their faces were as Isaac, Joe, Dave and Ben left their hearts on the stage, and that made us smile. So, before checking out the preview above, which is bound to give you the feels, peep these gifs of the guys going H.A.M. and vote for who had the fiercest singing face during the performance.

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by (@SamSpokenWord)

Your Love For The Fray Will Nearly Burst When You Watch Their 60-Second Performance

It’s obvious we all love The Fray, heck – we get unravelled just thinking about them! (Yep, that was a “fraying” joke.) From day one they’ve been churning out hits, like “Over My Head (Cable Car)” and then the ever-so wonderful “How To Save A Life.” And now, the Fray is performing a compact version of their hit “Love Don’t Die” for VH1′s Stop/Watch. Is watching these guys crank out the catchy tune in under a minute as easy as it looks? There’s only one way to find out.

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by (@unclegrambo)

The Fray Channel The ’80s Classic Road House In Their New Video For “Love Don’t Die”

The Fray grew to be one of the most successful piano-pop acts of the post-Coldplay era thanks to the undeniable catchiness and emotional resonance of songs like “Over My Head (Cable Car)” and “How to Save a Life.” However, on their new song “Love Don’t Die,” the first single off their upcoming 2014 release Helios, there are no traces of piano to be found on the record whatsoever. And you know what? We love it.

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Joe King Offers Do’s And Don’ts Of Getting A Woman By Friday

Joe King knows a little something about keeping the ladies interested. Sure, he has a multi-platinum selling band under his belt and a solo EP Breaking which drops today, but the “Need A Woman By Friday” singer has a few tried-by-error methods to help get you a date by Friday night without all that (hint: listen to your mama). Read more…

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Are Joe King’s Kids And Cereal Behind The Fray’s Biggest Hits?

Joe King‘s solo EP Breaking drops next Tuesday, but his 7-year-old daughter’s front teeth coming in trumps all of that. The proud papa of two opened up about his home life, how one of his girls wound up on President Obama’s radar and why a bowl of Rice Krispies® in his household can mean the difference between a single that pops or flops. Read more…

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Joe King Beat Dave Matthews, Gets Intimidated Fighting Mike Tyson

Back in the day Joe King used to be Denver’s answer to David Beckham. “Once I joined a band, I quickly learned that attention from the ladies on stage is much better than playing [soccer], so I quit,” he admitted. But the “Need A Woman By Friday” singer still has enough AstroTurf and competitive spirit to go toe-to-to with Mike Tyson and Dave Matthews from time to time. Read more…

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Joe King Says Going Solo “Feels Like Puberty”

Joe King is feeling a little vulnerable these days with the release of his debut solo EP King on April 23. The Fray‘s co-founder likened his first release sans bandmates to going through puberty again. “I’m sprouting hairs and learning how to shave. My voice is cracking,” he said. Yikes! Read more…

by (@unclegrambo)

Joe King Performs “Need A Woman By Friday” On Big Morning Buzz Live

Our buddy Joe King stopped by VH1 headquarters yesterday morning to make an appearance on Big Morning Buzz Live with Carrie Keagan. Before he performed his new single “Need A Woman By Friday,” he shared a story with BMBL correspondent and VH1 Top 20 Video Countdown host Jim Shearer about when he first realized it might be a hit for him.

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