It’s been five years since her acclaimed debut album, Relish, but she now has a new record label, Interscope, and a new record called Righteous Love due to hit stores September 12.

She’s also ready to hit the road again, with a tour of clubs and theatres running into the fall.

The tour kicks off September 1 at the New York State Fair in Syracuse, N.Y., where she’ll open for Live before traveling cross-country to appear at the Bumbershoot Festival in Seattle September 4.

Osborne will spend about half the outing on the West Coast, with stops in Portland, Vancouver, Las Vegas, San Diego, San Francisco and Los Angeles before heading east. Her current 28-show itinerary concludes in Washington, D.C., October 11.

She spent part of her five-year hiatus studying the tradition of Qawwali singing with the late Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and others. Osborne has stayed busy recording with other artists, including Bob Dylan, Ricky Skaggs and Indigo Girls. The singer also performed at the weeklong Music Bridges Around The World festival in Havana, Cuba, last year.