Wanda Jackson Keeps Partying

Wanda Jackson has added over a dozen new dates to her spring itinerary, with U.S. shows booked from Utah to North Carolina.

Jackson is touring in support of The Party Ain’t Over, which was released last month via Third Man/Nonesuch Records. The album was produced by Third Man founder Jack White and features The Queen of Rock’s spin on 11 tracks that hail from the early 1900s to 2007.

The Party Ain’t Over was recorded at White’s Nashville studio with a backing band including Jack Lawrence (The Dead Weather / The Raconteurs), Patrick Keeler (The Raconteurs), Carl Broemel (My Morning Jacket), Ashley Monroe, Jackson Smith and Karen Elson.

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Americana Music Awards, Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, Tenn.

The new tour dates begin Feb. 26 at The Kessler Theatre in Dallas, and run through an April 17 gig at The Orange Peel in Asheville, N.C.

Jackson and her band will also be making stops at Lincoln Hall in Chicago March 22; Headliners Music Hall in Louisville, Ky., March 26; Blueberry Hill’s Duck in St. Louis March 27; The State Room in Salt Lake City March 30; and The Loft At Center Stage in Atlanta April 15.

Tonight Jackson performs at Chicago 33 in Essen, Germany, followed by several more shows in Germany and Austria.

The second leg of her U.S. 2011 tour begins Feb. 22 at Philadelphia’s World Café Live.

Fans can also catch Jackson at Wanee Festival in Live Oak, Fla. (April 14) at at this year’s Stagecoach Festival in Indio, Calif. (May 1).

Check out the clip below to watch Jackson performing “Thunder on the Mountain” with the Third Man Band, featuring Jack White on guitar.

For more information, click here for Wanda Jackson’s official website.