The next chance for fans to catch the band live is a pair of shows April 13 and 14 at the annual Wanee Festival in Live Oak, Fla.

Randolph and the band will follow up those shows with a run of theatre and outdoor amphitheatre shows beginning April 16 at the Recher Theater in Towson, M.D., and making stops in 16 cities including Boston, Cleveland, Milwaukee, Boise, Idaho, Arcata, Calif., and Columbus, Ohio.

The band’s festival schedule includes appearances at the Doheny Blues Music Festival in Dana Point, Calif., May 20, the Appel Farm Arts & Music Festival in Elmer, N.J., June 2, the Sioux Falls Summer Jam in South Dakota June 23, the Chesapeake Bay Festival August 5 and the San Francisco Blues Festival September 29.

Randolph and company will also participate in one of the higher profile events of the summer, Eric Clapton‘s second at Toyota Park in Chicago suburb Bridgeview, Ill. July 28.

Clapton has said the idea behind the festival has been to create an event where his friends and fellow musicians can have fun and jam together while raising money for a good cause.

This year’s shindig features a full day of musical performances and is sure to include several once-in-a-blue-moon guitar collaborations. Besides Randolph, the bill includes artists that span the generations, from B.B. King to John Mayer, Vince Gill to Los Lobos.

Proceeds go to Crossroads Centre, the nonprofit drug and alcohol rehabilitation center Clapton founded on the Caribbean island of Antigua.