Amos Lee and David Gray at Whitewater Amphitheatre on Saturday, July 4 (Up to 49% Off)
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Folk-soul singer-songwriter Amos Lee and British singer-songwriter David Gray unleash poetic hits including “Colors” and “Babylon”
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$60 for two tickets to see Amos Lee and David Gray (up to $118 value)
When: Saturday, July 4, at 8:15 p.m.
Where: Whitewater Amphitheatre
Door time: 7:30 p.m.
Will call: 7:00 p.m.
Who Amos Lee is: a singer-songwriter who blends jazz, folk, soul, and gospel with a heartfelt tenor and silvery falsetto
When you first heard him: when his song, “Colors”—a track from his critically acclaimed self-titled debut—landed on an episode of Grey’s Anatomy in 2005
Who heard him before that: Grammy winner Norah Jones, who invited him to open for her on her 2004 tour
Who else he’s shared the stage with: B.B. King, Paul Simon, and Bob Dylan
Where his 2011 album Mission Bell landed on the Billboard 200 chart: #1
His latest release: 2013’s Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song, which features guest vocalists Patty Griffin and Alison Krauss
Who David Gray is: one of the UK’s most heralded music artists, both at home and overseas, and a recipient of numerous critical accolades
Breakout album: the multi-platinum White Ladder, which enchanted with ethereal folktronica and Gray’s pensive, pleading tenor
His hit singles: “Babylon,” “Please Forgive Me,” “You’re the World to Me,” “The One I Love”
Draw the Line: his critically praised 2009 album that was followed by two successful US tours
9: the Billboard Top 200 chart debut spot of 2010’s Foundling—the highest release position of Gray’s career
How Entertainment Weekly described Foundling: “all warm arrangements and real emotion”