TVD Ticket Giveaway: Ray LaMontagne at Merriweather Post Pavilion, 6/4

Four years after the release of his Grammy-winning album God Willin’ & the Creek Don’t Rise, singer-songwriter Ray LaMontagne is set to release a new album this coming May. 

The folk singer didn’t originally start out in the music business. After graduating high school, LaMontagne worked at a shoe factory in Maine. He began pursuing a music career in 1999, landing a gig as the opener for John Gorka and Jonathan Edwards after writing and recording a ten-track demo album. In 2004, LaMontagne earned a record deal with RCA Records, with whom he released his debut album Trouble.

Towards the end of May, LaMontagne is embarking on a nationwide tour to promote the release of his fifth studio album. Named after the album, the Supernova Tour will be making a stop at Merriweather Post Pavilion on Wednesday, June 4, and we’re giving away a pair of tickets!

Supernova was produced and recorded with the help of Dan Auerbach of The Black Keys. On the inspiration process and ultimate outcome of the ten tracks on the album, LaMontagne tells Rolling Stone, “There was a playfulness to the songs, they were just really fun to write. That’s different for me.”

Many of LaMontagne’s songs have been featured on several TV shows, including House, One Tree Hill, ER, Criminal Minds and Alias, just to name a few.

To win tickets to see Grammy-winning artist Ray LaMontagne at the Merriweather Post Pavilion on Wednesday, June 4, leave a comment in the box naming your current favorite TV show. Mine would have to be Once Upon a Time.

The winner will be chosen a week from today, March 27! Tickets are still available for purchase.

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  • briantracy

    Justified if for no other reason than Boyd Crowder.

  • John Cole

    I have to go with Banshee on Cinemax. Pure entertainment.

  • IronBoss

    Justified. Best thing on TV right now.

  • BFP

    Gotta be Broad City!

  • Aujimw

    Gotta go with the Goldbergs

  • ambarella

    Brooklyn Nine-Nine. Can’t see Ray’s songs fitting in there.

  • LT

    True Detective. Just passed but I’m playing catch-up…

  • Myriam

    The  TV series that compels me to keep up with it each week must be HBO’s ‘Looking.’   

    P.S. I have been aching to see Ray (and Jason Isbell for that matter) live for years 🙂

    Peace & love

  • klaflech


  • lilyelle

    Girls is really hitting its stride lately, gotta say

  • HowBoutDan

    Suits. That is all.

  • Mathus987

    The Blacklist has been a fun watch.

  • MimiRobob

    The Americans

  • Elizabeth

    Downton Abbey!

  • julieluu


  • AROverton

    Parks & Rec

  • frame

    Brooklyn 99

  • sammysco31


  • Juan123

    True Detective

  • mikeipecac

    Person of Interest

  • Buttons1066


  • betsy_a

    Portlandia “The Dream of the 90s is Alive in Portland”

  • Ashley

    Just got into Parks and Recreation. That show is “literally” the best TV show.

  • Michelle

    A bit shameful to admit, but it’s a tie between Suits and Castle. Both silly and can’t get enough of their characters.

  • gnomeglen

    growing up fisher

  • joverton

    I can’t wait for May 6th! I’m digging the new Ray sound

  • ChristianRosier
  • traci jackson

    I can’t break the tie between Suits & The Following.


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