David Gray adds short U.S. trek to fall tour schedule
Following a string of successful summer shows, English singer/songwriter David Gray has unleashed a second round of U.S. appearances slated for fall.
The platinum-selling musician will return stateside for the Sept. 20 kick-off in Charlottesville, VA, followed by another eight East Coast stops over 10 days' time.
Gray released his ninth studio album, "Foundling," in May 2010 via Mercer Street/Downtown Records. The 11-track set, which includes an eight-song bonus disc in the U.S., follows the singer's 2009 effort, "Draw the Line."
Gray unveiled his most successful album, "White Ladder," in 1998. Originally self-financed and recorded in Gray's apartment, the fourth full-length release was re-released in 2000 via ATO Records and has sold approximately 7 million copies to date. The collection also earned Gray a 2002 Grammy nomination for Best New Artist.
Last month, Gray unveiled the his cover of "Money (That's What I Want)," which is currently available for download via iTunes.
20 - Charlottesville, VA - nTelos Wireless Pavilion
21 - Asheville, NC - Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
22 - Nashville, TN - Southern Ground Music & Food Festival
24 - Wilmington, DE - The Grand Opera House
25 - Lancaster, PA - American Music Theatre
27 - Port Chester, NY - The Capitol Theatre
28 - New Brunswick, NJ - State Theatre
29 - Torrington, CT - Warner Theatre
30 - Baltimore, MD - Modell PAC at The Lyric