Gray will be focusing on his 2010 release, Foundling, as well as serving up reinterpretations of songs from his catalog. Called the “Lost and Found” tour, the first date is at Boston’s Wang Theatre Feb. 21. Other destinations include North Bethesda, Md., at the Music Center At Strathmore Feb. 22; New York City’s Beacon Theatre Feb. 23; Toronto at Massey Hall Feb. 25; Detroit Opera House Feb. 26 and the Chicago Theatre Feb. 27.

Gray & Company are also playing Minneapolis (Feb. 28), Seattle (March 3), Vancouver (March 4), Spokane (March 5), San Francisco (March 7), Los Angeles (March 8) and San Diego (March 9).

While announcing the “Lost And Found” tour, Gray noted the outing gives him an opportunity to “play some of the quieter, more intimate songs.”

“In terms of the way that the sound of the music is captured and presented, it will be more like a recording session than a gig in many ways,” Gray said.

“Acoustic instruments will be mic’d up for their real sound, rather than going for the usual pick-up sound, and as a result volume levels both for the band and the audience will have to be kept much lower than at your average ‘rock’ show. Hopefully the sonic results will be more than worth the sacrifice of a few decibels. Essentially the ‘Lost And Found’ show will be a listening experience.”

Ticket presales and on sales begin this week. Check out David Gray’s website for more information.