Guitarist John Scofield has announced he will release his new album, Country For Old Men, on September 23 via Impulse!/Verve. The album follows up his Grammy-winning Past Present, which took home the award earlier this year.

The new album features a quartet rounded out by Steve Swallow, Larry Goldings and Bill Stewart and was produced by Scofield. Songs included are classics from some songwriting greats like James Taylor, Merle Haggard, Hank Williams, George Jones, Dolly Parton and more.

Scofield will also be embarking on an international fall tour mostly with the album’s lineup. Keyboardist John Medeski will replace Goldings on a portion of the tour. See the North American dates and the album tracklist below.

John Scofield North America Fall Tour Dates

all dates w/ Goldings, Swallow & Stewart unless noted

September 4 Chicago, IL—Chicago Jazz Fest*
September 5 Detroit, IL—Detroit Jazz Fest^
September 23 Boston, MA—Berklee Performance Center
September 24 Ardmore, PA—Ardmore Music Hall
September 25 Washington, DC—The Howard Theatre
September 27 New York, NY—The Blue Note
September 28 New York, NY—The Blue Note
September 29 New York, NY—The Blue Note
September 30 New York, NY—The Blue Note
October 1 New York, NY—The Blue Note
October 2 New York, NY—The Blue Note
October 3 Indianapolis, IN—The Jazz Kitchen+
October 4 Indianapolis, IN—The Jazz Kitchen+
October 5 Evanston, IL—SPACE+
October 6 Muncie, IN—Canan Commons+
October 7 Bellefontaine, OH—The Holland Theatre+
October 8 Cincinnati, OH—Live at The Ludlow Garage+

(*) w/ Joe Lovano
(^) w/ Brad Mehldau, Mark Guiliana
(+) w/ Medeski, Swallow, Stewart

Country For Old Men Tracklist

1. MR. FOOL (Darrell Edwards / George Jones / Herbie Treece)
2. I’M SO LONESOME I COULD CRY (Hank Williams)
3. BARTENDER’S BLUES (James Taylor)
4. WILDWOOD FLOWER (Joseph Philbrick Webster)
6. MAMA TRIED (Merle Haggard)
7. JOLENE (Dolly Parton)
8. FADED LOVE (Bob Wills, John Lee Wills, Billy Jack Wills)
9. JUST A GIRL I USED TO KNOW (Jack Clement)
10. RED RIVER VALLEY (Traditional)
11. YOU’RE STILL THE ONE (Shania Twain / John Robert Lange)
12. I’M AN OLD COWHAND (Johnny Mercer)