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|Jun 10||Ray Lamontagne||PNC Pavilion Cincinnati, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jun 11||Ray Lamontagne||Columbus Commons Columbus, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jun 12||Ray Lamontagne||Stage AE Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Jun 15||Ray Lamontagne||Shelburne Town Hall Shelburne, Vermont||Find Tickets|
|Jun 16||Ray Lamontagne||Thompson's Point Portland, Maine||Find Tickets|
|Jun 18||Ray Lamontagne||Festival Pier Philadelphia, Pennsylvania||Find Tickets|
|Jun 19||Ray LaMontagne||Wolf Trap Filene Center Vienna, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Jun 21||Ray Lamontagne||The Capitol Theatre Port Chester, New York||Find Tickets|
|Jun 22||Ray Lamontagne||Prospect Park Brooklyn, New York||Find Tickets|
|Jun 24||Ray Lamontagne||Toyota Presents the Oakdale Theatre Wallingford, Connecticut||Find Tickets|
|Jun 25||Ray Lamontagne||Blue Hills Bank Pavilion Boston, Massachusetts||Find Tickets|
|Jun 30||Ray Lamontagne||Jacobs Pavilion Cleveland, Ohio||Find Tickets|
|Jul 15||Ray Lamontagne||Red Hat Amphitheater Raleigh, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Jul 16||Ray Lamontagne||Uptown Amphitheatre at NC Music Factory Charlotte, North Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Jul 19||Ray Lamontagne||nTelos Wireless Pavilion (formerly Charlottesville Pavillion) Charlottesville, Virginia||Find Tickets|
If you haven't heard of Ray Lamontagne, it's no surprise; he prefers it that way. The reclusive singer-songwriter lives in rural Maine with his family where he has perfected his blend of folk and R&B that is both haunting and uplifting. If you are already a Ray Lamontagne fan, you are in luck, as his concert schedule has been announced and has him performing at over a two dozen stateside shows this spring and summer, 2011.
The New Hampshire native quit his day job at a shoe factory after being inspired by a Stephen Stills album. In 1999, he recorded a demo and played local venues to get his name out there while working as a tutor. Lamontagne was eventually signed to RCA Records, and recorded his debut in Los Angeles over a two week period. The album, Trouble, yielded a single of the same name and found success in the United Kingdom. The album stalled on the Billboard 200, peaking at #189, but has since sold over half a million copies worldwide. While the song was not a hit single, it gained recognition after being licensed out to commercials and to TV series such as "Rescue Me" and "Alias".
Lamontagne hit the studio in 2006 to record his sophomore effort, Till the Sun Turns Black, which debuted at #28 on the Billboard 200. This album also heavily licensed out his work, again being featured on TV shows. His third album, Gossip in the Grain, catapulted him into the top ten of the Billboard 200, when it debuted at #3. Lamontagne was also featured on the UK television show, "Live From Abbey Road," where he played a five song set for the series.
Lamontagne's most recent release is 2010's, God Willin' and the Creek Don't Rise. For the first time, the singer-songwriter garnered three nominations at the February, 2011 Grammy Awards ceremony, where he went on to win the award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Ray Lamontagne tour dates are currently scheduled nationally; he will be appearing at over twenty dates this summer and spring. Don't miss out on the man who once again made Folk music cool. Use Eventful as your source for Ray Lamontagne tour dates and concert schedule updates.
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