Credit: Anna WebberNew details have been unveiled about Stephen Stills‘ upcoming duets album with his former girlfriend, folk legend Judy Collins, the inspiration behind the Crosby, Stills & Nash classic “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes.” The record will be titled Stills & Collins, and will be released on September 22.

The album will feature new versions of songs tied into the longtime friends’ shared history, as well as select cover tunes and one brand-new tune penned by Collins called “River of Gold.”

Stills & Collins features a new rendition of late British folk-rocker Sandy Denny‘s “Who Knows Where the Time Goes,” which was the first tune Stephen ever recorded with Judy, for her 1968 album of the same name.

The album also includes new versions of “Judy” and “So Begins the Task,” a pair of Stills tunes that date back to a 1968 collection of demos released in 2007 under the title Just Roll Tape. In addition, the duo recorded an updated take on “Houses,” a 1975 tune that Collins wrote about her relationship with Stills.

Among the covers on Stills & Collins are renditions of Bob Dylan‘s “Girl from the North Country,” Leonard Cohen‘s “Everybody Knows” and The Traveling Wilburys‘ “Handle with Care.” The album also features a version of the Stills-penned Buffalo Springfield song “Questions.”

You can pre-order Stills & Collins now at PledgeMusic.com.

As previously reported, Stills and Collins will embark on a U.S. tour kicking off with a July 26 performance at the Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Illinois. The trek recently was extended through a November 4 show in Brooks, California.

Here are all of the duo’s confirmed tour dates:

7/26 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Festival
7/28 — Cleveland Heights, OH, Cain Park
7/30 — Overland, KS, JCCC Carlsen Center
8/1 — Denver, CO, Denver Botanic Gardens
8/2 — Arvada, CO, Arvada Center for the Arts & Humanities
8/3 — Steamboat Springs, CO, Strings Music Pavilion
8/5 — Salina, KS, Stiefel Theatre
8/7 — Meridian, MS, MSU – Riley Center for the Performing Arts
8/9 — Atlanta, GA, Atlanta Symphony Hall
8/11 — Alexandria, VA, Birchmere
8/12 — Alexandria, VA, Birchmere
8/14 — Ridgefield, CT, Ridgefield Playhouse
8/16 — Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre
8/17 — New Haven, CT, College Street Music Hall
8/18 — Greensburg, PA, The Palace Theatre
8/20 — Lowell, MA, Boarding House Park
8/21 — Great Barrington, MA, Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center
8/23 — Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Center
8/25 — Glenside, PA, Keswick Theatre
8/26 — Westbury, NY, NYCB Theatre at Westbury
8/28 — Vestal, NY, Anderson Center for the Performing Arts
9/1 — Beverly Hills, CA, Saban Theatre
9/3 — Indio, CA, Fantasy Springs Resort & Casino
9/6 — San Diego, CA, Humphreys Concerts by the Sea
9/8 — Jacksonville, OR, Britt Pavilion
9/9 — Stateline, NV, MontBleu Resort Casino & Spa
9/30 — Torrington, CT, Warner Theater
10/1 — Newport News, VA, Ferguson Performing Arts Center
10/2 — Huntington, WV, Keith Albee Performing Arts Center
10/4 — Morgantown, WV, West Virginia University
10/5 — Charlottesville, VA, Sprint Pavilion
10/7 — Cranston, RI, Rhode Island Center for the Performing Arts
10/8 — Albany, NY, The Egg Center
10/11 — Lancaster, PA, American Music Theater
10/12 — Tarrytown, NY, Tarrytown Music Hall
10/13 — Englewood, NJ, Bergen Performing Arts Center
10/17 — Godfrey, IL, Olin Theater
10/21 — Las Vegas, NV, Smith Center
10/22 — Tucson, AZ, Fox Theater
10/25 — San Juan Capistrano, CA, The Coach House
10/26 — San Juan Capistrano, CA, The Coach House
10/28 — Santa Barbara, CA, Arlington Theater
11/2 — Visalia, CA, Fox Theater
11/4 — Brooks, CA, Cacher Creek Casino

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