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'Life less ordinary'

A major label debut, major tour experience, and TV exposure inspire the young members of the Fray to work even harder

By Sarah Tomlinson
Globe Correspondent / February 24, 2006

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If they were asked to choose the highlight of their year, the Fray would have some obvious contenders. The Denver-based quartet, all still in their early 20s, have sold more than 65,000 copies of their 2005 major label debut, the delicate, piano-dusted ''How to Save a Life." They've performed before a crowd of 10,000 while opening for The Pixies and ... (Full article: 648 words)

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