Drummer Trey Gray has played with some of music’s biggest artists, including Faith Hill, Brooks & Dunn, Jewel, Reba McEntire and Ronnie Dunn. Trey Gray was born in Indianapolis, IN, USA as George Lewis Gray, III to his father, George and mother, Cindy. His passion for drums started at the early age of six and it was then that he knew his destiny. Trey Gray moved to Nashville in 1990 to start working as a professional drummer. He played with Faith Hill on her climb to fame for seven years (starting in 1994). He did all the big TV stuff with her, Grammies, Letterman, Leno, VH-1 Divas, Good Morning America, The Today Show, The View, CMT... Then he joined Jewel in 2002. Says Trey: "I have done the same shows with her, but did a few on MTV as well, and traveled around the world three times." He is now the drummer for the popular country duo, Brooks & Dunn. When Trey Grey is home, he has a small production company and project studio, and he stays a little busy doing sessions. In 2003, Trey Gray tested positive for the Huntington's Disease gene and has since been committed to supporting research and raising awareness about HD.
Sizes: 16", 17", 18", 19"
Sound character: Medium bright, full, silvery, breathy. Wide range, slightly complex, dense mix. Soft, giving, very responsive feel. A sturdy thin crash with a rich, cutting character. Perfect for patterned playing and filling sound spaces in minimal instrumentation.
Sizes: 14", 15"
Sound character: Rich, warm, full, silvery with a light touch. Wide range, fairly complex mix. Soft feel, easy to control. Lively, responsive and warm open sound. Full, precise chick sound. Versatile hi-hat for medium loud settings, perfectly suited for studio applications.