Dorian Gray is a fabulously wealthy young gentleman who is almost unnerving in his beauty. His skin seems to radiate a golden glow of intoxicating youth and promise. A recklessly abandoned sensualist, he has a devil-may-care attitude that borders on dangerous. Nothing seems to faze him, nor are any risks too great. In fact, he is unnaturally drawn to them.
Reeve Carney originated the role of Peter Parker/Spider-Man in the smash Broadway production SPIDER-MAN TURN OFF THE DARK. Handpicked by director Julie Taymor, with the chance to perform music by U2's Bono and The Edge, Carney found himself with a mentorship any young singer would cut a deal with the devil to get. "Reeve was everything we could have hoped for: an amazing voice and a truly charismatic presence," says Bono.
Carney also fronts the eponymous rock band Carney, whose debut album Mr. Green Vol. 1 is out on DAS Label/Interscope. To call the band a "new artist" would betray the full-stride breadth of their abilities as songwriters and performers. Carney has built a big tent to which all are invited. Carney's Mr. Green Vol. 1 is a kaleidoscopic summoning of music from multiple epochs and worlds beyond.