The trek gets rolling November 2 at the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City and so far is scheduled to hit clubs and theatres across the country through the first part of December.

Stops include the Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, N.Y. (November 5), the Orpheum Theatre in Boston (November 6), Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. (November 10), The Joint in Las Vegas (November 25), the Murat Theatre in Indianapolis (December 1), and Ryman Auditorium in Nashville (December 5).

Additional dates are expected.

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Revival, due October 2, is Fogerty’s first album of new material on the Fantasy label following a 30-year battle with the company over his catalog. A reconciliation led to the first complete retrospective of the singer’s career, 2005’s The Long Road Home.

Fogerty explained the new album represents a renewed musical spirit that incorporates all the best elements of his career.

“It just seemed like all the records I have made since Creedence Clearwater Revival have all been sort of pushed off center,” Fogerty said. “I felt like I was dancing around the outskirts of my true center.

“With this album, I really wanted to stay on the mark, right in the middle, right where rock ‘n’ roll is. I wanted this one to be easier, a lot more fun than some of the past records have been.”

The disc features Fogerty backed by an ace band that includes Kenny Aronoff on drums, Hunter Perrin on guitar, David Santos on bass and guest Benmont Tench on keyboards.

The first single, “Don’t You Wish It Was True,” is currently playing on radio.