Here’s what Trey Gray has been up to these days. Trey is a philanthropist, musician, father, Huntington’s disease advocate and a man living with Huntington’s disease for over 18 years.
Huntington’s disease couldn’t stop Trey, and he found that drumming helped contribute to his longevity. “Any type of oxygen you get into your brain is good, and moving helps,” says Gray. “With drumming I’m doing four limbs sometimes at a time; imagine that in your brain, the neurons that are firing, it’s just fantastic.” Since his diagnosis, Gray has continued playing, in the studio and on tour, with country superstars Faith Hill, Jewel, Brooks & Dunn, and Reba McEntire.