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Chad Gray performing with Hellyeah in 2008
|Also known as||Kud, Chüd, Helvis|
October 16, 1971 |
Latham, Illinois, U.S.
Gray is the son of Dan and Mitzi Gray of Illinois. In Hellyeah's DVD Below the Belt, he talks of how his grandmother, Betty Rau, raised him and would bring him to perform in choir.
In 2005, Gray's grandmother Betty Rau died after battling cancer for several years. Gray dedicated the Hellyeah song "Thank You" to his grandmother and also wrote Mudvayne's "Death Blooms" about her illness.
Gray is known both for his clean singing and trademark screams and growls.
- Kill, I Oughtta (1997)
- L.D. 50 (2000)
- The Beginning of All Things to End (November 20, 2001)
- The End of All Things to Come (2002)
- Lost and Found (2005)
- The New Game (2008)
- Mudvayne (2009)
- "CHAD GRAY on Switching Back And Forth Between MUDVAYNE And HELLYEAH". Blabbermouth.net. December 6, 2007. Retrieved July 9, 2013.