Ray Lamontagne Toronto Tickets
Ray LaMontagne started his career in 1999 and released his debut album, “Trouble” in 2004. The folk musician has come up with five studio records since then and his third, Gossip in the Grain was the most successful one to date. It gained considerable critical acclaim and ranked at number three on the Billboard chart. For his contributions to the music industry, Ray received four awards and many nominations. In addition to that, he also earned the title of “Best Voice of 2006”. During his live shows, Ray is known to engage the crowd and captivate them with his music. Ray LaMontagne Toronto tickets are selling fast, so book your share soon.
Folk musician, Ray LaMontagne is currently touring and will be taking his music all across the United States and Canada. The tour has been arranged in support of his upcoming album, “Supernova”, which will be released in May. In addition to that, Ray will be including material from his earlier records in the upcoming concerts as well. He has included Toronto, Ontario as one of his performing stops, where he will perform at the Massey Hall. The singer will present two shows at the venue, on 8th and 9thJune, 2014. Ray previously came to the city in 2011 and performed a few successful shows. His music has gained him immense following in the region and the Ray LaMontagne Toronto tickets are in high demand.
Ray LaMontagne began his music journey in 1999, performing in small venues and clubs. He came up with his debut record, "Trouble" in 2004. Although the album did not do well on the charts, Ray still managed to win acclaim for his unique voice. He then went on to release two more albums, and his fourth record, "God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise," released in 2010, became the most successful one. It earned Ray a Grammy Award in the category of “Best Contemporary Folk Album”. To promote the record, Ray kicked off his Pariah Dogs Summer Tour and performed at sold-out venues. Soon, the star will be hitting the road once again, and will also be making a stop in your city. Don’t miss the show.