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La Montagne has just announced an extensive, 31-date tour in support of the LP featuring Neko Case as the opener.
The new LP was written and produced by Ray La Montagne and will feature the first single, “Such A Simple Thing.” All pre-orders through Ray’s website will include the ability to stream a live version of the song before it is released.
The tour will also hit Los Angeles, Chicago, Nashville, Boston, and Cooperstown, New York.
through Sunday, March 4 10pm local time, fans who pre-order the new album on La Montagne’s website will be given a code on Monday, March 5 to purchase tickets to the tour early.
La Montagne performed at KYSR's Lounge for Life charity concert on 5 October 2006 at the House of Blues in West Hollywood, California.
He also auctioned off one of his guitars on e Bay for its charity auction.
His song "Trouble" appeared in the TV series Alias as well as in a national television commercial for Travelers Insurance La Montagne's second album, Till the Sun Turns Black, was released in August 2006 and featured horn and string sections on several of the songs with Rachael Yamagata providing additional vocals on the song "Barfly".
The album peaked at #28 on the Billboard 200 album chart, selling 28,000 copies in its first week of release.
; born June 18, 1973) is an American singer-songwriter and musician.In his early teens he lived in Morgan, Utah, and was more interested in drawing images of Dungeons & Dragons than in his school work.In the summer of 1999 he recorded 10 songs for a demo album that was sent to various local music venues including Maine's Oddfellow Theater, where he was hired as an opening act for John Gorka and Jonathan Edwards.The album was written and produced by La Montagne and will feature the first single, “Such A Simple Thing.” In support of the new album, La Montagne will head out on a 31-date Spring tour of the same name with special guest Neko Case.The tour will kick off at Sasquatch in George, Washington on May 27 and end on July 10 at Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, Colorado.
Critics have compared La Montagne's music to that of Otis Redding, The Band, Van Morrison, Nick Drake and Tim Buckley.