AEG Live is excited to announce Amos Lee & David Gray performing live at Red Rocks Amphitheatre at 7:30PM. on Wednesday, July 1, 2015. The much anticipated tour stop is amidst their nearly 20-city co-headlining tour that kicks off June 16th in Vienna, VA, and hits major U.S. cities across the nation through July concluding after a two night Hollywood Bowl backed by Los Angeles Philharmonic. David Gray and Amos Lee will alternate closing spots through the tour. Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre is the beautiful, world famous outdoor venue located in Morrison, Colorado. It has hosted some of the biggest musical legends in the business, it is a highly sought after tour spot by every musician currently performing. English born singer-songwriter whose musical style encompasses folk, rock and soul, David Gray has established himself as one of the UK’s leading music artists both at home and overseas. His critically acclaimed 2014 studio release, Mutineers, hailed by The Guardian as “a rare comfort in hearing an artist in pursuit of joy” is just another sign that his success is only going to continue. You can get all of your Amos Lee and David Gray tickets here for their Red Rock tour stop. Singer-songwriter Amos Lee released his self-titled debut album in 2004 though he did not reach nationwide mainstream until his 2011 Mission Bell as it debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200, and contained the #1 Triple A radio hit “Windows Are Rolled Down.” Lee has since recorded five albums on Blue Note Records and toured as opening act for some of the biggest names in the business, like Bob Dylan, Norah Jones and Merle Haggard. Lee is booked after this tour recording the PBS’ Bluegrass Underground for broadcast later this year. He has a style that incorporates blues, country, gospel and rock with a smooth soulful voice that earns him attention from fans and fellow musicians alike. This concert is one for the ages and a definite do not miss if you’re in the mood for a romantic evening filled with voices said to be the sweetest mix of soft soulful velvet and gravel you can find performing together.
David Gray is an English born indie rock singer-songwriter who released his first album in 1993 called A Century Ends. His first two albums while leading to his rise to popularity in the folk-rock circles as they were both entirely composed of acoustic folk music did not get him commercial success. His third album Sell Sell Sell was released in 1996 and utilized his trademark blend of folk, rock, alternative rock and electronics for the first time. White Ladder was re-released in 2000, on ATO Records is the album that brought him commercial success and critical attention it included his best known songs: This Year’s Love, Babylon, Please Forgive me, and Sail Away and was originally released on Gray’s own label IHT Records in 1998. The single Babylon sold more than 100,000 copies in Ireland was No. 1 for six weeks and it remains the biggest selling album in Ireland to this day and No. 5 in the UK Singles Chart making it his biggest UK hit to date. Babylon was also the first of three US chart entries for Gray to date. Taking a few years off Gray returned stronger than ever in 2005 to release his seventh album, Life in Slow Motion, in September 2005 and it shot to the top of the UK album chart in its first week of release. The next couple years seen Gray very busy performing live with musicians like Damien Rice at the UK leg of Live Earth at Wembley Stadium in London, releasing a compilation CD of live covers and a Greatest Hits album also in 2007. His last release a double album titled, Foundling found success in both the UK and the US the first CD consists of eleven new songs while the second has eight previously unreleased songs with a ninth previously unreleased song is available if the CD is bought through iTunes store. Gray’s manager Rob Holden said they seen the success Kobalt Label Services have had with releases and their team is anxious to give Kobalt a chance to do the same for Gray’s new album Mutineers so David inked a deal with the label for the release of his 10th album the first in four years.