Living music legend Brian Wilson will be back on the road this fall for a fresh round of U.S. tour dates. The 17-city circuit...

Living music legend Brian Wilson will be back on the road this fall for a fresh round of U.S. tour dates. The 17-city circuit launches October 23 at Soaring Eagle Casino in Mount Pleasant, MI, and wraps up on December 5 at Harrah’s Lake Tahoe in Stateline, NV.

The six-week trek will focus mostly on markets in the Northeast U.S., though a couple dates have also been booked further west. Highlights include an October 26 show at Count Basie Theatre in Red Bank, NJ, a November 6 performance at Carnegie Music Hall in Pittsburgh, PA, and a December 3 gig at Canyon Club in Agoura Hills, CA.

Public onsales have already started for select concerts on the upcoming tour. Ticketing information for all dates on the U.S. run can be found on Wilson’s official Web site. According to the site, the shows will cover the musician’s greatest hits from his storied career, which began in the early 1960s with the Beach Boys.

Before launching into his U.S. itinerary, Wilson will spend about a week in Europe and the UK for some late summer performances. That schedule picks up August 28 at Valhall Station in Tromso, NOR, and ends with a September 4-6 stand at Stradbally Hall in County Laois, IRE.

Wilson is continuing to tour behind his September 2008 release “That Lucky Old Sun,” which peaked at No. 21 on the Billboard 200. It was the musician’s first studio album since “What I Really Want for Christmas” in 2005 and his first non-seasonal release since the long-awaited and much heralded release of “Smile” in 2004.

The acclaimed musician began touring for the effort in summer 2008, following that brief run of the UK and North America with a month-long tour of the states in November.

Brian Wilson itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

October 23Mount Pleasant, MISoaring Eagle Casino
October 24Milwaukee, WIPabst Theatre
October 26Red Bank, NJCount Basie Theatre
October 27Englewood, NJBergen Performing Arts Center
October 29Glenside, PAKeswick Theatre
October 31Virginia Beach, VASandler Center for the Performing Arts
November 1Morgantown, WVCreative Center for the Arts
November 3Concord, NHThe Capitol Center for the Arts
November 4Providence, RILupo’s Heartbreak Hotel
November 6Pittsburgh, PACarnegie Music Hall
November 7Rochester, NYAuditorium Theatre
November 8Westbury, NYThe Capitol One Bank Theatre at Westbury
November 10Albany, NYThe Egg
November 11Wilkes-Barre, PAF.M. Kirby Center for Performing Arts
November 13Morristown, NJCommunity Theatre at Mayo Centre for the Performing Arts
December 3Agoura Hills, CACanyon Club
December 5Stateline, NVHarrah’s Lake Tahoe

Last Updated on July 21, 2009 by By Allison Reitz