Ray LaMontagne and Gregory Alan Isakov have announced a co-headlining tour with The Secret Sisters

By CLTure

April 18, 2024 (updated)

Esteemed folk singer-songwriters and musicians, Ray LaMontagne and Gregory Alan Isakov, have announced a co-headlining tour coming to Charlotte, Raleigh, and Asheville this fall. The 17-date trek will kick off in September and arrive in Asheville at Harrah’s Cherokee Center on October 2, Charlotte at Skyla Credit Union Amphitheatre on October 12, and Raleigh at Red Hat Amphitheater on October 13. LaMontagne and Isakov will be joined by Alabama Americana duo, The Secret Sisters, consisting of siblings Laura and Lydia Rogers.

LaMontagne, who rose to prominence in the mid-2000s with his debut album, Trouble, is known for his soulful and emotive blend of folk and blues, winning a Grammy (Best Contemporary Folk Album) in 2010 for God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise with his band, the Pariah Dogs. LaMontagne last performed in Charlotte in 2018 and Raleigh in 2016, releasing his latest album, Monovision, in 2020.

South African-born, Colorado-based folk singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Gregory Alan Isakov is coming off his recent collaborations with Noah Kahan and Jeremiah Fraites (The Lumineers), and the release of Appaloosa Bones, his first album since 2018’s Evening Machines, which was nominated for Best Folk Album at the 62nd annual Grammy Awards in 2019.

The Secret Sisters recently released their fifth studio album, Mind, Man, Medicine, on March 29, co-produced by John Paul White (The Civil Wars) and Ben Tanner (Alabama Shakes) at FAME Studios in Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The duo also collaborated with LaMontagne on the track, “All the Ways,” on their latest album. 

Presale for all shows including Asheville on October 2, Charlotte on October 12 and Raleigh on October 13 will begin Tuesday April, 23 at 10 a.m. Tickets will go on sale to the public starting Friday, April 26 at 10 a.m.

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