Pete Yorn heads out on US tour

Scarlett Johansson collaborator hits the road this summer

Pete Yorn heads out on US tour
Pete Yorn has announced deatils of a headlining North American tour this summer.

The singer, who is currently on the road with Coldplay and is set to release an album with Scarlett Johansson in September, will embark on a jaunt in support of his forthcoming solo album 'Back And Fourth' in July.

The album, which is due out in the US on June 23, was recorded in Omaha, Nebraska with producer Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes, Rilo Kiley) and Rick Rubin (Beastie Boys, Johnny Cash).

The tour will kick off in San Diego on July 9 and hit cities including Austin, Nashville, Washington DC, New York and Chicago before concluding with two shows in Los Angeles on August 27 and 28.

The tour dates are:

San Diego CA House of Blues (July 9)
Anaheim, CA House of Blues (10)
Tucson, AZ -Rialto Theatre (11)
Austin, TX -La Zona Rosa (13)
Houston, TX Meridian (14)
Nashville, TN Cannery Ballroom (16)
Atlanta, GA CW Center Stage (17)
Washington, DC 930 Club (20)
Baltimore, MD Ram's Head (21)
Philadelphia, PA XPN Radio Show Wiggins Waterfront Park (25)
Boston, MA House of Blues (26)
New York, NY Webster Hall (28, 29)
Pontiac, MI – Clutch Cargos (August 2)
Chicago, IL Park West (3, 4)
Kansas City, KS Harrah's Voodoo Lounge (7)
Council Bluffs, IA Whiskey Roadhouse at Horseshoe Casino (8)
St. Louis, MO Pageant (9)
Minneapolis MN Fine Line Music Café (12, 13)
Denver, CO Ogden Theatre (15)
Salt Lake City, UT Murray Theater (16)
Vancouver, BC Venue (21)
Portland. OR Roseland Theater (22)
San Francisco, CA The Fillmore (24)
Los Angeles, CA Henry Fonda Theatre (27, 28)


--By our Los Angeles staff.
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