November 19- Of Monsters and Men- Iceland’s indie/folk band, Of Monsters and Men will be coming to the Orpheum Theatre. The performance will feature hits off their latest album, My Head Is an Animal, such as hit single “Little Talks.” The album debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 and has topped the charts in Iceland, Ireland, Germany, Canada and America. Soley and Elle King will serve as opening acts for the show. (more)
The pop punk band, All Time Low, will be at the Paradise this Wednesday at 7PM. They will be supported by The Summer Set, The Downtown Fiction and Hit the Lights as part of their “Rockshow at the End of the World” concert tour. The tour is in lieu of their most recent album, Don’t Panic, which was released on October 9 and includes their hit single, “Somewhere In Neverland.” (more)
While finding out that a concert has a great opening band is good, what could be better than two fantastic co-headliners on one tour? English singer-songwriter David Gray and Nashua, NH native Ray LaMontagne are coming together in two weeks for two back-to-back performances at the Bank of America Pavilion before continuing their US tour schedule through mid-September.
David Gray first became popular with the release of his 1999 album White Ladder, featuring “This Year’s Love,” “Babylon,” and “Sail Away.” White Ladder went on to become the year’s biggest selling record in Ireland and topped the UK charts for 151 consecutive weeks. His latest album, Draw the Line, originally released in September of 2009, was rereleased in July, preceded by the digital release of “A Moment” on May 30th. The two-disc reissue features a bonus CD with live tracks, never-before released tracks and the B-sides “Jitterbug” and “Second Halo”. Gray is already working at a follow-up album, tentatively titled Foundling, to be released September 2010 and incorporating his new tracks into the tour set.
Ray LaMontagne has fewer years under his belt in the music industry, but in the short while has gained just as much experience. LaMontagne’s debut album, Trouble, was picked up by RCA Records and released in the fall of 2004. Two years later the single “Trouble” became a top 40 hit and the album finally achieved popularity. That year LaMontagne released his second album Till the Sun Turns Black featuring the song “Three More Days.” Ray is currently touring and promoting his latest album Gossip in the Grain, featuring “You Are the Best Thing”. You can catch the husky vocals and emotional tracks of LaMontagne as well as the somber, romantic lulls of Gray as the two songwriters co-headline for two nights at Boston’s Bank of America Pavilion August 17th and 18th.
Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne is set to perform at the Wang Center in Boston, MA on November 4th. He will also be featured at the Machigonne Festival in Portland, ME with the Rustic Overtones. Ray will be performing most of the music off his new album ‘Gossip in the Grain,’ which was released in October of 2008. He will also be sure to play the classics from his first two albums ‘Trouble’ and ‘Till the Sun Turns Black.’ After performing in Portland he will be making his way overseas to venues in Dublin, London, Paris, and Amsterdam before traveling back to the U.S.
Don’t miss your opportunity to see one of the best acoustic rock shows around. Look for Ray LaMontagne tickets to be available soon!
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