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Ray LaMontagne initiates 'Supernova' at Stage AE

| Saturday, June 7, 2014, 12:19 a.m.

Following his Grammy Award-winning record, “God Willin' & The Creek Don't Rise,” folk artist Ray LaMontagne recently released his fifth studio album, “Supernova,” showcasing nine out of the 10 tracks during his Pittsburgh performance on Friday at Stage AE.

The singer invited fans to leave their assigned seats and kept them on their feet for most of the evening, singing along to the hit song “Trouble,” and dancing in the aisles up until the final number “Drive In Movies.”

Set List

Gossip In The Rain

Lavender

She's The One

For The Summer

Pick Up A Gun

Supernova

Airwaves

Ojai

Beg Steal Borrow

Smashing

Jolene

Trouble

Rock And Roll Radio

Meg White

Julia

God Willing

Old Before Your Time

Hey Me, Hey Mama

Drive In Movies

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