Credit: Nels IsraelsonJackson Browne has added a series of October concerts to his upcoming run of U.S. tour dates in support of his latest studio album, 2014’s Standing in the Breach. The new shows run from an October 7 performance in Durham, North Carolina, through an October 28 appearance at the Arizona State Fair in Phoenix.

The newly announced concerts include stops in such major cities as Atlanta; Nashville; New Orleans; Birmingham, Alabama; Tulsa, Oklahoma; and San Antonio, Austin and Houston, Texas.

Joining Browne as special guests at all of the October gigs, as well as at most of his previously scheduled September U.S. shows, are the husband-wife Americana duo of Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams. Campbell previously was a member of Bob Dylan‘s touring group and served as music director for the late Levon Helm‘s band. He and Williams, who together will be releasing an eponymous debut album on June 23, also have been performing frequently this year with Hot Tuna.

“I’m thrilled to be touring with Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams,” says Browne in a statement. “We played together at Levon Helm’s Midnight Ramble a few years ago, and I’ve been waiting for the chance to play with them again ever since. Larry has played in some of my all-time favorite bands, and I’m excited to hear what he brings to my songs as this tour unfolds.”

Jackson adds, “Teresa and I have a great vocal blend, as does she and Larry, and I’m looking forward to what happens when we introduce these longtime favorites of mine into my body of songs.”

The 66-year-old singer/songwriter’s upcoming U.S. itinerary kicks off with a July 30 concert in Airway Heights, Washington. Before that, Browne will mount a major European trek that runs from a May 24 concert in Rome through a July 7 performance in San Javier, Spain.

Here are all of Browne’s confirmed upcoming U.S. tour dates; more shows are expected to be added soon:

7/30 — Airway Heights, WA, Northern Quest Resort & Casino
8/1 — Seattle, WA, Chateau St. Michelle
8/2 — Seattle, WA, Chateau St. Michelle
8/4 — Portland, OR, Schnitzer Hall
8/5 — Eugene, OR, Cuthbert Amphitheater
8/7 — Lake Tahoe, NV, Outdoor Arena at Harveys
8/8 — Paso Robles, CA, Vina Robles Amphitheatre
8/11 — Santa Barbara, CA, Santa Barbara Bowl
8/12 — San Diego, CA, San Diego Civic Theatre
8/14 — Los Angeles, CA, Greek Theatre
8/15 — Berkeley, CA, Greek Theatre
8/18 — Morrison, CO, Red Rocks Amphitheatre
8/20 — Mesa, AZ, Mesa Arts Center
8/21 — Las Vegas, NV, The Pearl Concert Theater
9/5 — Highland Park, IL, Ravinia Festival*
9/6 — Rochester Hills, MI, Meadow Brook Music Festival*
9/8 — Cleveland, OH, Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica
9/9 — Cincinnati, OH, PNC Pavilion – Riverbend Music Center
9/11 — Vienna, VA, Wolf Trap
9/12 — Wilkes-Barre, PA, Kirby Center
9/15 — Port Chester, NY, The Capitol Theatre*
9/16 — Port Chester, NY, The Capitol Theatre*
9/18 — Boston, MA, Blue Hills Bank Pavilion*
9/19 — Bethel, NY, Bethel Woods Center for the Arts*
9/21 — Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre*
9/22 — Red Bank, NJ, Count Basie Theatre*
9/24 — Morristown, NJ, Mayo Performing Arts Center*
9/25 — Brooklyn, NY, Kings Theatre*
9/27 — Reading, PA, Santander Performing Arts Center*
10/7 — Durham, NC, Durham Performing Arts Center*
10/8 — Greenville, SC, Peace Center*
10/10 — Atlanta, GA, Chastain Amphitheatre*
10/11 — Nashville, TN, Ascend Amphitheatre*
10/14 — Birmingham, AL, Alabama Theatre*
10/15 — New Orleans, LA, Saenger Theatre*
10/17 — Rogers, AR, Walmart AMP*
10/18 — Tulsa, OK, Brady Theatre*
10/20 — San Antonio, TX, Majestic Theatre*
10/21 — Austin, TX, Bass Concert Hall*
10/23 — Houston, TX, Bayou Music Center*
10/24 — Thackerville, OK, Winstar World Casino & Resort*
10/27 — Tucson, AZ, Tucson Music Hall*
10/28 — Phoenix, AZ, Arizona State Fair*

* = with Larry Campbell and Teresa Williams.

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