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Ray LaMontagne breathes life into your favorite songs such as “Trouble,” “How Come,” “Jolene,” “Beg, Steal, or Borrow” and “For the Summer” with his soft-spoken, raspy voice. Don’t miss your opportunity to see Ray LaMontagne LIVE in concert! Buy your Ray LaMontagne tickets now!
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Ray LaMontagne Concert Tickets

With a gravelly voice and a songwriting ability that harkens back to Bob Dylan, Ray LaMontagne has emerged as one of the most talented performers around. Since bursting on the scene in the early 2000s, the New Hampshire native has deftly blended elements of folk, rock and blues, resulting in Ray LaMontagne tickets remaining popular among his loyal fan base.

LaMontagne's first tried his hand at performing around 1999 and 2000, but he did not make a name for himself until the 2004 release of his debut album Trouble. The record was an immediate hit thanks in large part to the melancholy hit "Jolene" along with the popular title track.

After his debut, LaMontagne continued to rise in popularity with the release of his 2006 follow-up Till the Sun Turns Black and 2008's Gossip in the Grain, which features what is arguably his most well-known song, "You Are the Best Thing."

More recently, LaMontagne has been doing work with his band The Pariah Dogs, and he released a self-produced album in 2010. Whether alone on stage or with talented musicians surrounding him, LaMontagne's performances have a reputation of being crowd pleasers and he's sure to continue that for years to come.