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David Gray + Amos Lee

02:01 PM Monday 3/16/15 | |

Enchanted evenings under the stars await you as England’s David Gray and America’s Amos Lee partner for a co-headlining adventure beginning in June on the East Coast.  Stops include Los Angeles, Philadelphia, Indianapolis and Seattle.

  • David Gray

    RBC Bluesfest, Lebreton Flats Park, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
    July 6, 2012

    (AP Photo / The Canadian Press Images Photo / Ottawa Bluesfest)


Gray’s return to the U.S. gives fans more chances to experience songs from his latest album, 2014’s Mutineers, which The Boston Globe praised as the singer/songwriter’s “best since his White Ladder breakthrough 15 years ago.”

Lee’s most recent studio effort is 2013’s Mountains Of Sorrow, Rivers Of Song, which dominated the Americana charts for two months.  Glide Magazine cited the album as a “testament to the fact that there are artists out there who know what a true Americana record is, critics and fans be damned.”

  • Amos Lee

    Merriweather Post Pavilion, Columbia, Md.
    June 5, 2014

    (James P. Hendershot)


Here are the dates, with the bolded shows marking Gray closing. 

June 16 – Vienna, Va., Filene Center At Wolf Trap
June 17 – New York, N.Y., Radio City Music Hall

June 19 – Philadelphia, Pa., Mann Center for Performing Arts
June 20 – Lewiston, N.Y., Artpark
June 22 – Rochester, Mich., Meadow Brook Music Festival
June 23 – Huber Heights, Ohio, Rose Music Center At The Heights
June 24 – Alpharetta, Ga., Verizon Wireless Amph. At Encore Park

June 26 – Whites Creek, Tenn., The Woods At Fontanel
June 27 – Indianapolis, Ind., Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn At White River State Park
June 28 – Highland Park, Ill., Ravinia Festival At Ravinia Park

July 1 – Morrison, Colo., Red Rocks Amphitheatre
July 3 – Grand Prairie, Texas, Verizon Theatre At Grand Prairie
July 4 – New Braunfels, Texas, Whitewater Amphitheatre
July 7 – San Diego, Calif., Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay
July 8 – Santa Barbara, Calif.,  Santa Barbara Bowl

July 10 – Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
July 11 – Saratoga, Calif., The Mountain Winery
July 13 – Redmond, Wash., King County's Marymoor Park
July 14 – Troutdale, Ore., McMenamins Edgefield Amphitheater
July 17 – Los Angeles, Calif., Hollywood Bowl

July 18 – Los Angeles, Calif., Hollywood Bowl

July 17-18 are with the Los Angeles Philharmonic.

Fan club presales begin March 17 and general onsales start March 20.  Click here and here for more information.


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