Jackson Browne‘s last international tour launch promoted his 2008 studio offering “Time the Conquerer.” Now the acclaiming singer-songwriter is giving new life to his...

Jackson Browne‘s last international tour launch promoted his 2008 studio offering “Time the Conquerer.” Now the acclaiming singer-songwriter is giving new life to his live performances with plans for a fresh summer tour with friend David Lindley.

Browne begins his stateside trek with a solo concert on July 18 at Agua Caliente Casino in Rancho Mirage, CA, after an early summer jaunt with Lindley across the UK and Europe. The tour partners will then regroup for their first U.S. show this summer on July 20 at The Joint in Las Vegas, NV.

When all is said and done, Browne and Lindley’s 35-city American outing will have weaved its way from coast to coast before ending September 24 at Riverside Theatre in Milwaukee, WI.

Along the way, the duo will stop for shows on July 24 at the Greek Theatre in Berkeley, CA; August 5 at red Rocks Amphitheatre in Morrison, CO; August 28 at the Bank of America Pavilion in Boston, MA; and September 14 at Beacon Theatre in New York, NY.

The musical partners have not booked any forays into Canada at this point, but a two-night stand is on the calendar for September 4-5 at the Borgata Event Center in Atlantic City, NJ.

Onsale dates for the tour vary depending on the venue. Tickets are already available for a few select dates, while the next major batch of public onsales begins over the April 9-11 weekend. Full details are available on Browne’s official Web site.

This tour is not the first time that Browne and Lindley will have shared a stage. The two have recorded together multiple times over the years, beginning with Browne’s 1973 release “For Everyman,” and most recently toured Spain in 2006.

Four-year-old recordings from that overseas jaunt will surface on May 11 in the form of the two-disc live album, “Love is Strange.” It is that effort which Browne and Lindley will support on this round of dates. Browne will be backed by his long-tirme band consisting of bassist Kevin McCormick, guitarist Mark Goldenberg, drummer Mauricio Lewak and keyboardist Jeff Young, as well as newer vocalists Chavonne Stewart and Alethea Mills.

Jackson Browne itinerary:
(Dates are subject to change.)

July 18Rancho Mirage, CAThe Show at Agua Caliente Casino
July 20Las Vegas, NVThe Joint
July 21San Diego, CAHumphrey’s Concerts by the Bay
July 23Los Angeles, CAGreek Theatre
July 24Berkeley, CAGreek Theatre
July 27Eugene, ORCuthbert Amphitheater
July 30Woodinville, WAChateau Ste. Michelle Winery
July 31Goldendale, WAMaryhill Winery Amphitheater
August 2Boise, IDIdaho Botanical Garden
August 3Bozeman, MTBrick Breeden Fieldhouse
August 5Morrison, CORed Rocks Amphitheatre
August 7Sioux City, IAOrpheum Theatre
August 8Kansas City, MOStarlight Theatre
August 10St. Louis, MOFabulous Fox Theatre
August 11Tulsa, OKBrady Theater
August 13Grand Prairie, TXNokia Theatre at Grand Prairie
August 15Atlanta, GAChastain Park Amphitheatre
August 24Baltimore, MDPier Six Pavilion
August 25Portsmouth, VAnTelos Wireless Pavilion
August 27Wallingford, CTThe Oakdale Theatre
August 28Boston, MABank of America Pavilion
August 30Buffalo, NYShea’s Performing Arts Center
September 1Scranton, PAToyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain
September 2West Long Branch, NJMonmouth University
September 4 – 5Atlantic City, NJBorgata Event Center
September 7Albany, NYPalace Theatre
September 9Hershey, PAThe Star Pavilion at Hersheypark Stadium
September 11Upper Darby, PATower Theatre
September 12Vienna, VAFilene Center at Wolf Trap
September 14New York, NYBeacon Theatre
September 18Detroit, MIFox Theatre
September 19Cleveland, OHTime Warner Cable Amphitheater
September 21Indianapolis, INLawn at White River State Park
September 23Chicago, ILChicago Theatre
September 24Milwaukee, WIRiverside Theatre