Starting November 18 at the Towne Crier Café in Pawling, N.Y., the caravan chugs through Winnipeg, Manitoba; Vancouver, B.C.; Austin, Texas; Toronto; San Francisco; Chicago; Atlanta and New York City before pulling into the last station December 19 at the Acoustic Café in Bridgeport, Conn.

Dubbed the Beauty Train solo tour, Siberry is taking her eclectic body of work (along with some unrecorded and new material) on the road without her usual band, bringing Guelph, Ontario, singer/songwriter Adrienne Pierce along to open the festivities.

The tour will incorporate elements from Siberry’s “Beauty Train” DVD release, which includes an interactive talk show encounter with her audience.

While she doesn’t have a new music record to promote, Siberry’s tour coincides nicely with k.d. lang‘s homage to Canadian songwriters – Hymns of the 49th Parallel – which includes two Siberry-penned numbers.

While she’s best known for lush and idiosyncratic art-pop like “Love is Everything,” “The Valley” and “Calling All Angels,” Siberry released Shushan the Palace (Hymns of Earth), a classical album, on her independent Internet label Sheeba in 2003.