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David Gray Announces June, July Excursion

12:01 PM Thursday 4/7/11 |   |

British singer-songwriter David Gray takes his unique acoustic sound back on the road beginning in late June.

  • David Gray

    CBS Early Show, New York City
    August 19, 2010

    (Greg Allen / GregAllenPhotos.com)

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The upcoming dates will feature songs from Gray’s ninth studio album, Foundling, along with reinterpretations of his past works.

The tour begins with Gray’s appearance on the Dave Matthews Band’s “Caravan” festival June 26 in Atlantic City at Bader Field. Two nights later he headlines Atlanta’s Fox Theatre June 28 and performs at Nashville’s Grand Ole Opry June 30. Other stops include N. Charleston, S.C., at the city’s Performing Arts Center July 1; Charlotte, N.C., at Ovens Auditorium July 2; Indianapolis at Murat Theatre July 6; Omaha, Neb., at Orpheum Theatre July 13 and Salt Lake City at Kingsbury Hall July 14.

Gray will also appear at the newly announced “Caravan” in Chicago stop sometime during the festival’s July 8-10 run. For more information about Gray’s upcoming tour, click here for the artist’s official website.


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