David To Perform on SiriusXM

Jul 16, 2015

SiriusXM today announced that David will perform a private show for SiriusXM listeners at the Sonos Studio in Los Angeles.

The exclusive performance will feature David playing an acoustic set featuring songs from his newest album Mutineers, as well as classic songs from throughout his career. Gray will talk with SiriusXM host Richard Blade and SiriusXM listeners about the stories behind the songs that he performs.

The special performance, “SiriusXM’s Coffee House Live with David Gray,” will air on SiriusXM’s The Coffee House, channel 31, on Thursday, July 23 at 7:00 pm ET. The broadcast will also be available through the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at

David will also host a special guest DJ session on The Coffee House. The personally curated playlist will feature songs that inspired Gray as a child and helped shape his career. The special guest DJ will be available on SiriusXM On Demand beginning Thursday, July 23 through the SiriusXM App on smartphones and other connected devices, as well as online at The guest DJ session will also rebroadcast on SiriusXM’s 1st Wave, channel 33.

The Coffee House plays singer-songwriters and rare acoustic versions of songs. Listeners will hear Jack Johnson, Passenger, Norah Jones, Ray Lamontagne, Ed Sheeran, Damien Rice, Jason Mraz, Vance Joy and Ryan Adams.

Sonos Studio in Los Angeles is an acoustically designed space that celebrates music listening and the intersection of music, art, and technology.

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Solo Version of “Snow In Vegas”

Jun 25, 2015

Here is a new version of “Snow In Vegas” that features David alone on his piano. David says, “Here is a new ‘promo style’ solo recording of “Snow in Vegas”. Performing it like this strips away all the clutter and lets you hear the song as it was originally written. I somehow feel a lot closer to the emotion in the song when I play it on my own at the piano, and this has been the way I’ve been singing it during recent shows. Sometimes I’ll go through a period with a song when it feels like less is definitely more. It’s raw and it’s real. Hope you enjoy.”


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New Merch Available

Jun 19, 2015

We’ve added two new t-shirt designs to the Shop. All shirts can be customised for fit, size, and colour.

These shirts are being sold on the road at the US shows, along with bespoke show posters, and David Gray / Amos Lee tour t-shirts.


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“Mutineers” Re-release and iTunes Deluxe Edition

Feb 25, 2015

A new Deluxe Edition of “Mutineers” will be available from this Monday, March 2, exclusively on iTunes. This Deluxe Edition includes 6 live tracks from the iTunes Festival, and the track “Snow In Vegas (Featuring LeAnn Rimes)”. The iTunes version of “Mutineers” is also the only digital version that includes the bonus track “Nearly Midnight”.

The album “Mutineers” will also be re-released across all platforms on March 2 to include the track “Snow in Vegas (Featuring LeAnn Rimes)” along with the original 11 tracks.

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War Child Show In London

Jan 27, 2015

David will perform an intimate solo set at the Jazz Cafe in London on February 22nd as part of War Child UK’s 2015 “Passport Back To The Bars” week. For information on how to win tickets, click here.

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Listen to “Snow in Vegas” Featuring LeAnn Rimes

Jan 15, 2015

Happy New Year everyone.

I have just released a new version of “Snow in Vegas” but with a slight twist, this time around it’s sung as a duet with LeAnn Rimes. Our collaboration sprang from a chance backstage meeting during my recent US tour. Ever since I recorded the song, I’ve had the feeling that it would work really well as a duet, so when I met LeAnn and the song came up in conversation, I mentioned it to her. To my astonishment she then called up the song on her phone, pressed play and sang along in perfect harmony; I was blown away. Fast forward a couple of months and here we are.

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Kew Gardens Cuts

Dec 2, 2014

Over 120 vital research and conservation posts are about to be lost at Kew Gardens as a result of government cuts. It’s utterly short sighted nonsense and in my opinion it’s plain wrong. The natural world is under serious threat across the globe and wildlife crime is rife. The organisation at Kew is currently one of the few remaining bastions of scientific and policy expertise which is at least doing something to protect what’s left. Please click here for more information and sign and forward the various petitions/letters if you feel the same.

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