The first leg kicks off January 17 at the Royal Concert Hall in Glasgow, Scotland, and will hit cities across the U.K. and Europe before wrapping February 18 at Roundhouse in London.

Other stops include Vicar Street in Dublin, Ireland (February 22), Bridgewater Hall in Manchester (February 28), Paradiso in Amsterdam, The Netherlands (February 31), La Java in Paris (February 4-5), C Club in Berlin (February 8) and Bikini in Barcelona, Spain (February 16).

Earle’s North American run launches February 28 at the Calvin Theatre in Somerville, Mass., and, so far, runs through the end of March.

Highlights on the itinerary include Theatre Outremont in Montreal (March 1), the Vic Theatre in Chicago (March 7), the Pantages Theatre in Minneapolis (March 9), the Centre for The Performing Arts in Vancouver, B.C. (March 15), the Moore Theatre in Seattle (March 18) and Royce Hall in Los Angeles (March 25).

Additional dates are expected.

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Earle’s wife Allison Moorer will accompany him for the entire trek, both as support and as a special guest during his set.

The tour will also be a little unique because the singer is bringing along DJ Neil McDonald to provide beats for the songs from Serenade produced by the Dust Brothers’ John King (Beck, The Rolling Stones, Beastie Boys).

The album, Earle’s 12th, has garnered the singer a number of honors, including Grammy nominations for Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album and Best Country Collaboration with Vocals (with Moorer) and the top spot on novelist Stephen King’s annual list of the best albums of the year.