Ray LaMontagne

Part Of The Light Tour
with Neko Case

DATE: June 12

TIMES: Gates open at 6pm. Music starts at 7:30pm.

PRICES: starting at $46.50 (plus applicable fees)

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Ray LaMontagne creates folk songs that are alternately lush and intimately earthy. LaMontagne's debut album, Trouble (2004), impressed critics with its cinematic style of pieces like "Narrow Escape" and the title track.

A follow-up album, Til the Sun Turns Black (2006), widened LaMontagne's palette by incorporating horns and strings, and had songs featured in multiple American television shows, including “ER,” “Bones” and “One Tree Hill.”

In 2012, LaMontagne released God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise. The album was produced by LaMontagne at his home studio and was the first with a billing for his backing band, the Pariah Dogs. The album earned LaMontagne his first Grammy Award® for Best Contemporary Folk Album. Produced and recorded by the Black Keys' Dan Auerbach, LaMontagne's fifth LP, Supernova was released in 2014. The album reached #1 on Billboard's Top Rock Albums chart and #3 on the Billboard Top 200. Teasing a change of direction, LaMontagne released his sixth studio album, Ouroboros (2016), which saw the singer-songwriter immersed in the blues guitar and vintage instrument-rich psychedelia.

Neko Case is the consummate career artist—fearless and versatile, with a fierce work ethic and a constant drive to search deeper within herself for creative growth. Rolling Stone calls her “one of America’s best and most ambitious songwriters,” while Pitchfork deemed 2013’s The Worse Things Get, the Harder I Fight, the Harder I Fight, the More I Love You as “the most potent album of her career.” Her Truckdriver, Gladiator, Mule (2015) box set looks back on her groundbreaking 20 years in music, packaging together eight classic albums that track her unique journey from punk/country torchbearer to “essentially peerless” (NPR) avant pop icon.