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Ray LaMontagne and More Continue AMP's 'Music at The Downs' Series

July was an interesting month for AMP. The debut of the Music at The Downs series was a great success, with many new people discovering the fun of seeing an outdoor concert on the infield of the track. And you couldn't ask for a better show to start with than Michael Franti's groove-heavy Soulshine tour. AMP will be back again on August 5 with the next show in the series - Ray LaMontagne. Check out their brand new website for people to find out info about shows at The Downs - www.musicatthedowns.org.

Also in August is AMP's near-annual visit from the remarkable husband/wife duo Over the Rhine. They are touring behind their new double CD Meet Me At The End Of The World, which is chock full of the kind of moving, passionate songwriting we all expect from Over the Rhine.

August also welcomes a landmark anniversary - AMP's 100th Library show. Since debuting on September 9, 2009 (9/9/9!) with Australian singer Wendy Rule, AMP has hosted regular events at libraries all over the county with a diverse range of artists ranging from Native American to Breton, from the modern string stylings of the Portland Cello Project to the whimsical playfulness of Jeez LaWeez. AMP has featured local performers, artists from around the world and even a bit of theater. Over 7500 people have attended these free shows, which provide a great opportunity for people to see diverse, challenging and fun programs in their own neighborhoods.

Our 100th show will be one of AMP's regular and best attended library events - the ever popular Mala Maña performing on the lawn at the Ernie Pyle Library on August 9 at noon. Gauchito Argentinian Grill will be on hand to provide yummy lunchtime options. Thanks to the ABC Library and the Friends of the Public Library for the ongoing support of this series since AMP brought the idea to them in 2009.

Scroll down for more details, including the full schedule of AMP's confirmed shows to date (which can also be found at www.ampconcerts.org).

AMP Concerts August/September Schedule:

August 2: Over the Rhine - National Hispanic Cultural Center's Bank of America Theatre
August 5: Ray LaMontagne / The Belle Brigade - The Downs of Santa Fe
August 9 &12: Mala Maña - Ernie Pyle and Cherry Hills Libraries
August 13: Terri Hendrix & Lloyd Maine - The Cooperage

September 13: Lyle Lovett and His Large Band - The Downs of Santa Fe
September 19 & 20 - ¡Globalquerque! - National Hispanic Cultural Center


AUGUST

Over The Rhine

Saturday, August 2

National Hispanic Cultural Center - Bank of America Theatre

1701 4th St SW

8pm

Tickets: $27 (plus applicable service charges for on-line purchases)

Tickets are available from ampconcerts.org and the NHCC Box Office.

(Please only publish the above for tickets and info.)

AMP Show Page: http://www.ampconcerts.org/event/169881-Over-the-Rhine

"There may be no more soothing voice in music than Karin Bergquist's," observed Entertainment Weekly. Native Ohioans Linford Detweiler and Bergquist launched Over the Rhine in 1989, naming the ensemble after the historic, bohemian Cincinnati neighborhood where they lived and first wrote and recorded together. Over the past 25 years, OtR has continued to build a musically and emotionally potent catalogue. Their latest release, "Meet Me at the Edge of the World," explores challenging new musical territory while featuring some of the duo's most compelling songs and performances to date.


AMP Concerts & Heath Concerts presents MUSIC AT THE DOWNS

featuring

Ray LaMontagne

with The Belle Brigade

Tuesday, August 5

At The Downs of Santa Fe

(Between Exits 271 and 276 off I-25, south of Santa Fe)

6:30 pm

Advance tickets are $43 and $65. Kids 13 and under are $14. (including all service charges)

Tickets are available from ampconcerts.org and Hold My Ticket, 505-886-1251

(Please only publish the above for tickets and info.)

AMP Show Page: http://www.ampconcerts.org/event/167078-Ray-LaMontagne

For more information on events at The Downs, visit www.musicatthedowns.org.

Since leaving his job in a Maine shoe factory to pursue his calling as a musician, Ray LaMontagne has released four studio albums and two live EPs, won awards and topped critics' polls internationally, and established himself as one of the most distinctive talents of his generation. His album "God Willin' & the Creek Don't Rise" won a Grammy for Best Contemporary Folk Album, and its hit single "Beg Steal or Borrow" was nominated for Song of the Year. Sibling duo The Belle Brigade will open the show.


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