Ray LaMontagne at Paramount Theatre Seattle

Ray LaMontagne Tickets

Paramount Theatre Seattle | Seattle, Washington

On Sunday, October 8, 2023, Ray LaMontagne will perform at the Paramount Theatre in Seattle as part of his "Just Passing Through" tour, and he is going to rock you to your core. Not only will you be blown away by LaMontagne's incredible performance, but also by the venue's many convenient amenities. Because of his incredible stage presence and pretty awesome music, he has built a reputation for attracting the most incredible fans, and you can expect to witness many of the phenomenal hits from all eight of his albums. So if you want to experience an inspiring evening of top-notch folk-rock, get your tickets now before they sell out. The "GET TICKETS" button is right up top; just click it and proceed through the quick, secure checkout process. You won't regret it, as it will most likely be the best decision you make all year.

Ray LaMontagne at Paramount Theatre Seattle

Ray LaMontagne is one of the most intriguing figures in folk rock, and his background is just as fascinating as his music, which is an interesting blend of folk rock, folk blues, and soul. He graduated from high school and immediately began working in a shoe factory in Lewsiton, Maine.

A Stephen Mills record was playing as he woke up one day, and that's when he made up his mind to become a musician. Working part-time as a tutor, he decided to pursue a career in performance in 1999. During a festival in Maine, businessman Ron Clayton heard LaMontagne perform and, impressed by his work, introduced him to Chrysalis Music Publishing, which eventually led to Ray's first album, Trouble, being released in 2004. It became a huge success, and over half a million copies of the album were sold in different countries.

In 2006, he dropped "Till the Sun Turns Black," his second studio album. The album debuted at #28 on Billboard's 200 chart and went on to sell over 28,000 copies in its first week. His third album, 2008's Gossip in the Grain, reached No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and sold 60 thousand copies.

In the years that followed, from 2006 until 2020, he dropped five more studio albums: God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise, Supernova, Ouroboros, Part of the Light, and Monovision. The critics loved his work, and he has been flooded with awards like the Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album for God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise and three Boston Music Awards.

He has been compared to the likes of Ryan Adams, Van Morrison, Pink Floyd, and Otis Redding, and his songs have become so ubiquitous in popular culture that you can hear them in countless films and TV shows, including ER, One Tree Hill, The Town, She's the Man, and a whole lot more. So here is your chance to experience one of the best artists in the genre so grab grab your tickets right here and now on this webpage while they're still available.

Ray LaMontagne at Paramount Theatre Seattle

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