Jenny Lewis is coming back with her fourth solo album, and she’s bringing out the big toys for this monumental effort.
According to Rolling Stone, Lewis, who was the former frontwoman for the band Rilo Kiley, has a working title for her latest project, On the Line. The LP, to be released by Warner Bros. Records, will feature a number of heavy hitters, from Ringo Starr to Benmont Tench, the former keyboardist for Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers.
The new LP follows on the heels of her thrid-LP, The Voyager, which became a number four smash on the Billboard 200, and affirmed to Lewis that she could be a consistent hitmaker as a solo artist. The announcement of the On The Line LP wasn’t the only surprise Lewis revealed for her fans, as it was also announced that, starting in March of next year, Lewis will embark on a 26-city tour, starting in Bloomington, IL and wrapping up in America’s Finest City, San Diego, California.
In between, Lewis and her backing band will hit some of the largest music markets in North America, so her music will reach as many fans as possible, and, hopefully, attract new fans, as it should.
Look out for On the Line to be released next Spring, and here’s the complete tour itinerary and ticket information.
March 26 -- Bloomington, IL -- The Castle Theatre
March 27 -- Madison, WI -- The Sylvee
March 29 -- St. Paul, MN -- The Palace
March 30 -- Chicago, IL -- Riviera Theatre
April 2 -- Iowa City, IA -- Mission Creek Festival
April 4 -- Oklahoma City, OK -- The Jones Assembly
April 5 -- Dallas, TX -- Canton Hall
April 6 -- Austin, TX -- ACL Live at the Moody Theater
April 7 -- Houston, TX -- White Oak Music Hall
April 9 -- Baton Rouge, LA -- Varsity Theatre
April 10 -- Jackson, MS -- Duling Hall
April 12 -- Atlanta, GA -- Variety Playhouse
April 13-4 -- Charleston, SC -- High Water Festival
May 10 -- Las Vegas, NV -- House of Blues Las Vegas
May 11 - Los Angeles, CA -- Hollywood Palladium
May 13 -- Tucson, AZ -- Rialto Theatre
May 14 -- Albuquerque, NM -- Kimo Theatre
May 16 -- Denver, CO -- Ogden Theatre (Tickets)
May 17 -- Bellvue, CO -- Mishawaka Amphitheatre
May 18 -- Salt Lake City, UT -- The Commonwealth Room
May 20 -- Vancouver, BC -- Commodore Ballroom
May 21 -- Seattle, WA -- The Moore
May 22 -- Portland, OR -- Crystal Ballroom
May 25 -- San Luis Obispo, CA -- Fremont Theatre (Tickets)
May 26 -- San Diego, CA -- House of Blues San Diego