Ray LaMontagne Is A ‘Supernova’, Croons Into Fall Tour
Folk crooner Ray LaMontagne has just released his newest album, Supernova, and he’s heading out on tour to support this latest venture. The month-long tour will start on October 10 in Paso Robles, CA at Vina Robles Amphitheatre, and then continue through Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; Phoenix, AZ; Tucson, AZ; Shreveport, LA; New Orleans, LA; Macon, GA; Charlotte, NC; Richmond, VA; Virginia Beach, VA; Hershey, PA; Syracuse, NY; and Albany, NY, among others. It all culminates in a two-night finale at the Beacon Theatre in New York City on November 12 and November 13. Support on same dates comes in the form of The Belle Brigade, and tickets for the tour (save for a few dates) are available now.
Born June 18, 1973, Ray Charles Jack LaMontagne has released five studio albums over the past ten years. His debut, Trouble, hit shelves in 2004 and became a quiet hit. Till the Sun Turns Black was released in 2005, Gossip in the Grain dropped in 2008, God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise came in 2010, and Supernova, LaMontagne’s latest, came this year. His music has been compared to that of artists like The Band, Otis Redding, Nick Drake, and Tim Buckley.
Ray LaMontagne Tour Dates & Tickets
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