During the spring tour Creed will alternate albums, performing its 1997 album My Own Prison on some nights, 1999’s Human Clay on others.  The band will also play selections from Weathered and Full Circle.

But if you’re in a dither regarding which Creed album you want to see performed live on stage, you may not have to choose. Several markets will host Creed for two nights with the band playing one album each evening.

Originally announced in November, the original agenda had Creed playing only a handful of shows – Chicago April 13-14; Philadelphia April 16-17 and New York City April 19-20.

The newly announced gigs are Uncasville, Conn., at Mohegan Sun April 21; Washington, D.C., at Warner Theatre April 24; Boston’s Orpheum Theatre April 27; Houston at Verizon Wireless Theater April 30-May 1; Phoenix at Comerica Theatre May 11; Los Angeles at The Wiltern May 15; Denver’s Paramount Theatre May 19 and Kansas City at The Midland By AMC May 21-22.

The game plan for the new dates has Creed performing Human Clay April 21, 24, 27 and May 1, 9, 11, 15, 19 and 22 while My Own Prison gets the start-to-finish treatment April 30 and May 21.

“I’m excited that we will be able to turn theses initial select few shows into a full fledged tour,” Creed frontman Scott Stapp said. “It means a lot to us that our fans wanted more shows and we look forward to performing these albums for them.”

Ticket sales for the new dates begin Jan. 6. For more info, including pre-sales and VIP packages, visit Creed.com.