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Jack has been a vocal advocate for her playing, calling her critics sexist.
(On the sixth track, “Meg White,” he even flashes a sense of humor.) It won’t change your life, and it doesn’t deserve a spot next to the true classics of the genre, but is one of the most pleasurable listens that classic rock fans are going to find this fall, and it offers further proof that Ray La Montagne is a developing artist with a voice worth hearing – and if it’s a voice that it feels like we’ve heard before, so much the better.Or perhaps it's spending an hour and a half reclining in the comfort of the Barbican stalls, watching a Ray Lamontagne show. This must be one of the politest gigs on the music circuit.Between songs, the 35-year-old singer-songwriter and his band are thrown into blackness, as if they're changing the scenery for a school play, and perhaps to prevent La Montagne suffering any sort of interaction with the audience.Though it wasn’t a major seller, it appealed to mothers-in-law and college kids alike, and for a few months, it seemed like RCA had lucked into the sort of crossover rock singer that wasn’t supposed to exist anymore. La Montagne’s sophomore release, 2006’s , scraped the Top 30 of Billboard’s Top Albums chart, but it didn’t register anywhere near the impact that its predecessor enjoyed; instead of building a slow, wide buzz, it peaked early and disappeared fast.Though still beloved by the mp3-blog faithful, La Montagne seemed to lose some of that crossover momentum – probably thanks, at least in part, to the follow-up’s darker tone, which turned off anyone looking for more of the bucolic sounds of the debut.Basically, there’s nothing this guy can’t sing–he’s even performed a Ray Charles song at the White House!
n the dark days of 2004, when spiraling CD sales were crippling the record industry and legal downloading was still in its relative infancy, Ray La Montagne made for the kind of heartwarming story that true believers in the major-label system desperately needed.
In 2009, she married guitarist Jackson Smith, son of musicians Patti Smith and Fred "Sonic" Smith. While on tour in support for The White Stripes' sixth studio album, Icky Thump, White suffered a bout of acute anxiety, and the remaining dates of the tour were cancelled.
After a few public appearances, and a hiatus from recording, The White Stripes announced in February 2011 that they would be disbanding.
It has become a trademark trait of La Montagne's to indulge in precisely zero banter with his fans, and tonight is no different.
Thus the crowd is left to shuffle quietly in its seats between songs, with only the occasional mortifyingly uncouth heckler to break the silence. The singer finally opens his mouth for something other than a lyric when he appears to berate some poor fellow for creeping away to the loo in the middle of a quiet number.
You rarely get the sense that La Montagne is actually enjoying himself very much on stage.