Before White Ladder was released in 2000, British singer-songwriter David Gray was flying under a cloak of anonymity with his three previous full-length albums. Now, thanks to hits such as "Babylon" and "Shine," his folky, easy-going rhythms and lyrics have been permanently ingrained into the mainstream's collective consciousness.
David Gray is set to release his tenth studio album, Mutineers, on July 17 and to commemorate the debut album for Kobalt Label Services, he's embarking on an eight-city Spring tour throughout North America. It kicks off tonight in Los Angeles, makes its way through San Francisco's Palace of Fine Arts tomorrow night, and wraps up in Toronto, ON, before heading overseas.
The North American dates are, predictably, already sold out. Info on cities and venues can be found below:
Apr 24 – Los Angeles, CA – Wilshire Ebell Theatre (Sold Out)
Apr 25 – San Francisco, CA – Palace of Fine Arts Theatre (Sold Out)
Apr 27 – Tacoma, WA – Pantages Theater (Sold Out)
Apr 29 – Washington, DC – The Lincoln Theatre (Sold Out)
Apr 30 – New York City, NY – The Grand Ballroom at Manhattan Center (Sold Out)
May 2 – Philadelphia, PA – Temple Performing Arts Center (Sold Out)
May 3 – Boston, MA – Colonial Theatre (Sold Out)
May 4 – Toronto, ON – The Danforth Music Hall (Sold Out)