Jonny Lang Extends ‘Signs’ Tour

With the release date for Jonny Lang’s new album just a month away, he’s announced another leg of U.S. tour dates in support of the project.

Signs is due out Sept. 8 in North America, marking his first album in four years.

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“Experience Hendrix,” Fox Theatre, Atlanta, Ga.

The project is described as reaffirming “his commitment to the blues and the guitar without sacrificing the modern approach that has made him such a singular artist.” Fans can expect Signs to include go-for-broke solos as well as Lang’s passionate songwriting.

“Some of the songs are autobiographical, but not usually in a literal way,” Lang said in a statement. “The main goal is for folks to be able to relate to what I went through. If I can’t make it work using just my personal experience, I use my imagination to fill in blanks.”

The Signs World Tour began in mid-July in Minneapolis. Next stop is The Grammy Museum in Los Angeles Oct. 10.  In October Lang heads to Europe.

The new leg of dates consists of 24 shows in the U.S. and one gig in Canada at Vancouver’s Commodore Ballroom.

Stops include Seattle’s The Neptune Nov. 28, Cleveland’s House Of Blues Jan. 10, New Orleans’ House Of Blues Jan. 23, Oklahoma City’s Diamond Ballroom Jan. 27, and Talking Stick Casino in Scottsdale, Ariz., Feb. 2.

Tickets for most dates go on sale this week.

Visit Jonny Lang’s artist page to see the full routing.