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Ray LaMontagne

FUV's New Dig: Ray LaMontagne

by Darren DeVivo

Supernova
Ray LaMontagne
RCA Records


If you think you have Ray LaMontagne figured out, think again.

Ray LaMontagne is an artist willing to take chances. He isn't interested in staying in one place, locking his music to a safe and predictable vibe. His new album, Supernova, dispels any preconceived notions about what his music will be, or what it will sound like.

Ray LaMontagne - Words and Music - 2009

by Rita Houston
Soulful songwriter Ray LaMontagne sounded wise and weary beyond his years on his debut album 'Trouble,' and while that's a constant in his core sound, he's made a few changes on his new album, 'Gossip in the Grain.' One song started as a ballad and now features a horn section, and Ray explained a few other sonic differences during an interview and solo performance in Studio-A with 'FUV's Rita Houston.

Ray LaMontagne - Words and Music - 2010

by Rita Houston
Singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne has been an FUV staple since his 2004 debut, 'Trouble,' and as he releases his fourth album, 'God Willin' and The Creek Don't Rise,' he's added a band of top flight musicians, The Pariah Dogs. He also recorded the album in his own 1811 Western Massachusetts farmhouse, which he talked about with host Rita Houston during a recent interview. [7/29/10]