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'Good Life' by Bonray featured song on Netflix's 'Fuller House' season 3 trailer

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Wed, Dec 13th 2017 06:45 pm
Group readies for spring tour with Sidewalk Prophets
"Good Life" from Sony Music/Provident Label Group band Bonray is the featured song for the popular Netflix series "Fuller House" season three trailer.
This isn't the first time the group's music has been used for a television series. "Good Life" was also heard on ABC's 2016-17 show "Imaginary Mary." 
Bonray's first radio single, "Turn My Eyes," reached top 10 on the Hot AC radio chart and 26 on the Christian airplay chart. The song's lyric video can be viewed HERE.
"Turn My Eyes" and "Good Life" are both featured on Bonray's debut six-song EP, "Turn My Eyes," which released in September and is accessible via a download or streaming
Touring
Beginning in February 2018, Bonray will join Sidewalk Prophets on the "Something Different Tour (in 3D)". Hitting 40 cities across the U.S. and running through May, the tour promises to be a one-of-a-kind experience for all concertgoers. Tour dates can be found at BonrayMusic.com.
Bonray also recently debuted their new lyric video for "Wildfire," a song that's also featured on their EP. Check out the video below:
Bonray is made up of siblings Zac, Jesse, Jake and Morgan Bonner. Hailing from Pennsylvania, they grew up in the church where their dad has been pastoring for the past four years. They have been playing music and performing together for most of their lives, crediting their parents for always having music in the home. Since officially becoming Bonray in 2014, the group has been touring around the U.S. while also vlogging and creating popular mashup/cover songs for YouTube from artists such as NEEDTOBREATHE, TobyMac, Danny Gokey and even Justin Timberlake. 
Bonray grew up in an encouraging family environment, with parents guiding them and supporting them to find a true purpose in their life's work. The group members knew early on they wanted to write and perform songs that could truly change people's lives, and, now as signed artists to Sony/Provident Label Group, they are able to share their music and ministry on a broader level than ever before.
"We're a family and we're a band, we work together and we do life together," the group shared collectively. "Faith and music was such a big part of our family growing up ... and this is what it's meant to be. We're all best friends and we work through everything together. It's awesome to be able to experience these things with people that you know will be with you for the rest of your life."
For more information, visit BonrayMusic.com.

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