Credit: Sarah A. FriedmanR&B legend Aaron Neville has premiered a new track called “Stompin’ Ground” from his upcoming studio album, Apache.

The Grammy-winning singer tells Billboard that the horn-laden, head-swinging jam is “all about me growing up in New Orleans and a lot of the people that I ran across in my life.” Among the local musicians Neville name-checks in the tune are Fats Domino, Louis Armstrong, Professor Longhair and Mac Rebennack — a.k.a. Dr. John. Aaron says that the song is one of several tracks on Apache that were based on poems he’s written.

Apache will be released on July 15. Fans who pre-order the album now will be able to instantly download “Stompin’ Ground,” along with the tracks “I Wanna Love You” and “Be Your Man.”

Meanwhile, Neville will support Apache with a series of U.S. tour dates running from mid-July into December. The trek will include a special show on August 4 at New York City’s famous Apollo Theater that will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the release of Neville’s classic tune “Tell It Like It Is.” Here is the full list of concerts:

7/14 — Chicago, IL, City Winery
7/15 — Chicago, IL, City Winery
7/22 — Atlanta, GA, City Winery
7/23 — Atlanta, GA, City Winery
8/4 — New York, NY, Apollo Theater – 75th Birthday Concert Celebrating 50th Anniversary of “Tell It Like It Is”
8/6 — Atlantic City, NJ, Golden Nugget
9/16 — Cincinnati, OH, Live at Ludlow Garage
9/23 — Durham, NC, Baldwin Auditorium
9/24 — Wilmington, NC, CFCC Fine Arts Center
10/7 — Brownfield, ME, Stone Mountain Arts
10/8 — Lincolnville, ME, Cellardoor Winery
10/22 — Reno, NV, MontBleu Resort & Casino
11/11 — Austin, TX, Paramount Theatre
12/3 — Bossier City, LA, Margaritaville Resort & Casino
12/9 — Baton Rouge, LA, L’Auberge Casino
12/10 — Rancho Cucamonga, CA, Lewis Family Playhouse
12/11 — Orange, CA, Musco Center
12/13 — Redding, CA, Cascade Theatre
12/15 — San Francisco, CA, SFJazz Center
12/16 — San Francisco, CA, SFJazz Center
12/17 — Santa Rosa, CA, Luther Burbank Center

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