Who is ray lamontagne dating
In the show-off world of music, Ray La Montagne is a very shy man.
From his arrival in the UK last November, critics fell over themselves to hail him as the heaven-sent incarnation of Van Morrison, Otis Redding and Neil Young.
An appearance on Jools Holland's show sent sales of his debut album Trouble soaring, and a fast ascent to fame with a record-buying audience clearly voracious for sensitive troubadours like Norah Jones seemed certain.
Here’s what I found from the literary directory Suite 101: “I am currently working as the correspondent for an online newsletter in my county in Maine.
The company I’m employed by is a national news provider with newsletters in small communities across the country. I’ve had some poetry published and creative essays in Maine periodicals.
We live without septic, running water, or electricity. So if you’re going to marry Ray La Montagne, prepare to go back in time at least a hundred years and stay there.
Heck, we don’t even have a bathroom or ‘real’ bathtub. At least there’s comfort in knowing there’s some brilliant in-home entertainment to fill up the time.
When left with a little too much time and a little too much curiosity, I wondered what the ultra-private Ray La Montagne’s wife Sarah Sousa looked like and what her life was like. I have to say, she LOOKS like she’d be married to Ray La Montagne.Not that I’m planning on being the Perez Hilton of folk music, but… She looks smart, has old-fashioned haunting eyes, and when I dug a little deeper, it’s no surprise that she’s an accomplished poet.