As tipped here last month, David Byrne has revealed plans for a six-month tour celebrating his work with the Talking Heads and in collaboration with producer Brian Eno.

As tipped here last month, David Byrne has revealed plans for a six-month tour celebrating his work with the Talking Heads and in collaboration with producer Brian Eno. With the latter, he will release the new album "Everything That Happens Will Happen Today" on Aug. 18.

The North American portion of the trek will begin Sept. 16 in Bethlehem, Pa., and run through Nov. 8 in Philadelphia. Additional U.S. dates will be scheduled through early 2009, followed by visits to Australasia and Europe.

Fans can sample "Strange Overtones," a tune from "Everything That Happens," as a free MP3 from everythingthathappens.com. The uptempo, electronics-shaded track finds Byrne waxing poetic about the art of songwriting, with lines like "your song still needs a chorus / I know you'll figure it out / the rising of the verses / a change of key will let you out."

Here are David Byrne's tour dates:

Sept. 16: Bethlehem, Pa. (Zoellner Arts Center)
Sept. 17: Baltimore (Lyric)
Sept. 18: Newport News, Va. (Ferguson Center)
Sept. 20: Atlanta (Chastain Park)
Sept. 21: Asheville, N.C. (Thomas Wolfe Auditorium)
Sept. 22: Nashville (Ryman Auditorium)
Sept. 23: Memphis (Orpheum Theatre)
Sept. 25: Austin, Texas (Paramount Theatre)
Sept. 26: Austin, Texas (Austin City Limits)
Sept. 28: Albuquerque, N.M. (Kiva Auditorium)
Sept. 30: Phoenix (Orpheum)
Oct. 2: San Diego (Humphrey's)
Oct. 3: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
Oct. 4: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Arlington Theatre)
Oct. 6: San Francisco (Davies Hall)
Oct. 8: Santa Rosa, Calif. (Wells Fargo Center)
Oct. 11: Park City, Utah (Eccles Center)
Oct. 12: Denver (Buell Theatre)
Oct. 14: Minneapolis (State Theatre)
Oct. 15: Milwaukee (Pabst Theatre)
Oct. 17: Omaha, Neb. (Kiewit Hall)
Oct. 18: St. Louis (Fox Theatre)
Oct. 19: Kansas City, Mo. (Uptown Theatre)
Oct. 21: Louisville (Palace Theatre)
Oct. 23: Cleveland (Allen Theatre)
Oct. 24: Ann Arbor, Mich. (Michigan Theatre)
Oct. 25: Indianapolis (Clowes Hall)
Oct. 26: Chicago (Opera House)
Oct. 29: Toronto (Massey Hall)
Oct. 30: Montreal (Metropolis)
Oct. 31: Boston (Wang Center)
Nov. 1: Atlantic City, N.J. (Borgata)
Nov. 3: Red Bank, N.J. (Count Basie Theatre)
Nov. 5: Albany, N.Y. (Empire State Plaza)
Nov. 7: Pittsburgh (Carnegie Music Hall)
Nov. 8: Philadelphia (Tower Theatre)