Get your Ray LaMontagne tickets today! The folk musician recently announced a summer tour that will run from June through September. Making stops in over 40 cities across the country, this is one tour you do not want to miss. Take a look at the schedule below and purchase your Ray LaMontagne tickets today!
|Date & Time||Event||Location|
Mar 29, 2017
|Ray Lamontagne||Niagara Falls, Canada|
Niagara Falls - Casino Avalon Ballroom At Niagara Fallsview Casino Resort
Sep 08, 2017
|Ohana Music Festival - 3 Day Pass||Dana Point, CA|
Doheny State Beach
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|Current Tour:||2016 Tour|
Till the Sun Turns Black (2006)
Gossip in the Grain (2008)
God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise (2010)
Recently, Ray LaMontagne announced a tour in support of his 2016 album, Ouroboros. Scheduled to kick off at PNC Pavilion at the Riverbend Music Center in Cincinnati on June 10, the folk artist will stop at dozens of cities across North America through September. Popular stops include the Prospect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn, the Fabulous Fox Theatre in Atlanta, and Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO. The tour will wrap up on September 24 at South Side Ballroom at Gilley's in Dallas.
Performing as Ray LaMontagne's band during the tour will be the popular group, My Morning Jacket. Buy your Ray LaMontagne tickets today and see him when he stops in a city near you!
On March 4, 2016, Ray LaMontagne released his sixth studio album, Ouroboros. Recorded at La La Land in Louisville, Ouroboros contains 12 songs, including the single "Hey, No Pressure," which was released on January 20, 2016.
Ray LaMontagne was born on June 18, 1973 in Nashua, NH. Raised by his mother, Ray LaMontagne moved with her and his five siblings to Morgan, UT when he was a teenager. Upon graduation from high school, Ray LaMontagne moved to Maine, where he became a worker in a shoe factory.
After waking up one morning to the song "Treetop Flyer" by Stephen Stills on his radio alarm clock, Ray LaMontagne decided to quit his job and pursue a career as a singer-songwriter. After sending out a demo tape in 1999, Ray LaMontagne was eventually hired as an opening act for John Gorka and Jonathan Edwards at The Oddfellow Theater in Buckfield, ME.
Eventually, Ray LaMontagne was discovered by business executive Ron Clayton, who introduced him to Chrysalis Music Publishing and producer Ethan Johns. Johns worked with Ray LaMontagne on his debut album, Trouble. Once completed, the album was sold to RCA Records. Trouble went on to sell over 250,000 copies in the United States and 500,000 across the globe.
Since the release of his debut album, Ray LaMontagne has gone on to release a total of six albums. His 2010 record God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise went on to win a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album in 2010.