Doughty’s six-week trek kicks off March 12 at Pearl Street in Northampton, Mass., and wraps April 30 at the El Rey Theatre in Los Angeles.

Other stops include The Mod Club Theatre in Toronto (March 15), The Music Mill in Indianapolis (March 19), First Avenue in Minneapolis (March 22-23), Exit/In in Nashville, Tenn. (March 28), Orange Peel in Asheville, N.C. (March 30), HighLine Ballroom in New York City (April 4), Toad’s Place in New Haven, Conn. (April 8), The Fillmore – TLA in Philadelphia (April 11), the Granada Theater in Dallas (April 18), the Fox Theatre in Boulder, Colo. (April 23) and The Fillmore in San Francisco (April 29).

Alt-rockers The Panderers handle the support slot for all dates.

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Delicious, which was produced by Dan Wilson (Jewel, Dixie Chicks), was released in mid-February.

Fans who purchase a copy at participating Coalition of Independent Music Stores retailers will receive a free EP called “Busking,” featuring five tracks recorded live as Doughty played in a New York City subway station last year. (Doughty made $3.10 from generous passersby.)

Doughty has also been busy recently with a DJ side project under the stage name Mikey Dough, composing electronic dance music and performing at clubs in New York City and elsewhere.