James Blunt’s new album, Some Kind Of Trouble, lands in stores Jan. 18 accompanied by a flurry of TV appearances including “Access Hollywood Live” Jan. 14, NBC’s “The Today Show” Jan. 17 and CBS’ “The Early Show” Feb. 18. Blunt also finds time to drop in on “The Tonight Show With Jay Leno” Feb. 7 and the “Ellen Degeneres Show” and E!’s “Chelsea Lately” Feb. 9.

Blunt’s world tour takes its first step at Glasgow’s Clyde Auditorium Feb. 17. The first U.S. date is April 20 at Boston’s House Of Blues, followed by New York City’s Beacon Theatre April 21 and Philadelphia’s (Upper Darby) Tower Theatre April 23.

Other stops are Montreal (April 24), Ann Arbor (April 27), Chicago (April 28), Denver (April 30), San Diego (May 3), Los Angeles (May 4), San Francisco (May 5), Seattle (May 8) and Vancouver (May 10).

Appearing on all North American dates is Christina Perri, marking the up-and-coming artist’s first ever U.S. tour. Perry’s debut release, Lovestrong, is scheduled for an April release.

A pre-sale for Blunt’s fan club members begins Jan. 18 and the general public onsale fires up Jan. 21. For more information, click here for the James Blunt website.