Ray LaMontagne will make the road his home again this fall when he sets out on a US tour that begins with two shows during which he'll team up with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. Singer/songwriter Ray LaMontagne will head back out on the road in April for another round of headlining dates to support his latest studio set, "Gossip in the Grain." Kenny Chesney's "Lucky Old Sun" debuts atop the US album chart thanks to sales of 176,000 copies during its first week in stores. Singer Ray Lamontagne will couch the mid-October release of his forthcoming album, "Gossip In the Grain," with a fall North American tour. Singer/songwriter Ray LaMontagne, who spent much of the summer on a co-headlining run with Guster, goes it alone during a fall headlining trek that supports his recently released album, "Till the Sun Turns Black."
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Let it be said that Ray LaMontagne's "Trouble" was arguably one of the best albums of 2004. Seemingly arriving fully formed on his auspicious debut, LaMontagne channeled the style, charisma and talent of the best singer-songwriters of the past few decades, most notably Van Morrison. Guster, which has been touring behind its recently released album, "Ganging Up on the Sun," has rolled out some new shows, canceled some others, and announced that Ray LaMontagne won't be staying on board during the group's September outing. Alt-rockers Guster will follow the June release of their long-awaited new album with a lengthy tour that will also feature singer/songwriter Ray Lamontagne.