Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov On Tour at The Greek Theatre

Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov On Tour Tickets

Greek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley | Berkeley, California

Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov On Tour

A special evening of top-notch folk music is on the cards: Ray LaMontagne and Gregory Alan Isakov are 'On Tour' and will be stopping over at the Greek Theatre Berkeley on 11 September 2024!

The dynamic duo is teaming up for the first time for an extensive 17-date tour, supported by The Secret Sisters, in what promises to be a concert for the books! Never has a pairing made more musical sense!

Whether you're screaming the lyrics to "You Are the Best Thing," belting out "Big Black Car," jumping up and down for "Step into Your Power," or feeling your heart being torn from your chest with "If I Go, I'm Goin'," a trip to Berkeley to catch some of the most distinguished voices of contemporary folk and Americana together in one mind-blowing concert is in order! Tickets are priced to go from only $77 – a total steal for a first, exceptional opportunity not to be missed!

Berkeley – pull into the Greek Theatre for a captivating evening of grit and soul with the acclaimed singer-songwriters Ray LaMontagne and Gregory Allen Isakov!

With an extensive catalog that spans over twenty years, Ray LaMontagne is no stranger to folk fans. He has a vast musical palette, dabbling in something somewhat psychedelic-poppy, slightly country rocky, almost blues-guitary, very folky, alternately lush, and intimately earthy.

The epic and ambitious Ray LaMontagne smashed head-first into the music scene in 2004 with his debut album, "Trouble," winning three Boston Music Awards among others. Each album release has its own character and feel: 2006’s “’Til The Sun Turns Black" incorporates horns and strings, and 2014's "Supernova" evokes the psychedelic pop and country rock of the late 1960s and early 1970s. If proof were in the accolade-pudding, we’d need no motivation as to why Ray LaMontagne is rated as one of the best touring folk artists out there: he has received a Pollstar Concert Industry Award nomination for Best New Touring Artist, a BRIT Award, a MOJO award, and was given the title of Best Voice in 2006 by Esquire.

Hailed for his emotionally evocative songwriting style, velvet baritone voice, ability to turn a short poem into a magnificent piece of music, impressive musicianship, and soul-stirring performances, Gregory Alan Isakov became a massive presence in the indie-rock and folk scene.

South African-born Gregory Alan Isakov broke into the music industry in 2003 with his self-released debut album, “Rust Colored Stones," blowing folk lovers away. His simple, straightforward approach gained him a large, devoted community of fans globally, evident from the over 1 billion streams and over 7 million monthly listeners on Spotify. His latest release, "Appaloosa Bones," has been received with massive critical acclaim and has been described as "relentlessly majestic, a kind of musical morphine."

The Secret Sisters will be performing as special guests on tour. The Alabama-born siblings, Laura Rogers and Lydia Slagle, broke out in 2010 with their self-titled debut album, reflecting their incredible insight into complexities and boldly blurring the edges of country-folk music.

The world-class Greek Theatre at Berkeley sports a whopping 8,500 seats in an amphitheatre style, setting the tone for a fantastic evening celebrating folk music under the stars!

Ray LaMontagne & Gregory Alan Isakov On Tour at Greek Theatre - U.C. Berkeley

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