As expected, Neil Young will tour this fall in support of his upcoming Reprise album, "Chrome Dreams II." The trek begins Oct. 18 in Boise, Idaho, two days before the album's release.

As expected, Neil Young will tour this fall in support of his upcoming Reprise album, "Chrome Dreams II." The trek begins Oct. 18 in Boise, Idaho, two days before the album's release.

Young will be backed on the road by multi-instrumentalist Ben Keith, drummer Ralph Molina and bassist Rick Rosas. His wife Pegi, who recently released her first solo album, will serve as the tour's opening act.

"Chrome Dreams II" boasts two epic tracks (the 18-minute-plus "Ordinary People" and the 11-and-a-half-minute "No Hidden Path") as well as the song "Boxcar," which has been around in various forms for more than two decades.

The album will also be available with a bonus DVD featuring "super-saturated" high-resolution audio and a moving video image.

Here is the track list for "Chrome Dreams II":

"Beautiful Bluebird"
"Boxcar"
"Ordinary People"
"Shining Light"
"The Believer"
"Spirit Road"
"Dirty Old Man"
"Ever After"
"No Hidden Path"
"The Way"

Here are Neil Young's tour dates:

Oct. 18: Boise, Idaho (Morrison Center)
Oct. 20: Spokane, Wash. (Opera House)
Oct. 22: Portland, Ore. (Keller Theatre)
Oct. 23: Seattle (WaMu Center)
Oct. 27-28: Mountain View, Calif. (Shoreline Amphitheatre / Bridge School Benefit)
Oct. 30: Los Angeles (Nokia Live)
Nov. 5: Denver (Wells Fargo Theatre)
Nov. 8: Minneapolis (Northrop Auditorium)
Nov. 10: Detroit (Fox Theatre)
Nov. 12-13: Chicago (Chicago Theatre)
Nov. 15: Washington, D.C. (DAR Constitution Hall)
Nov. 18: St. Louis (Fox Theatre)
Nov. 26-27: Toronto (Massey Hall)
Dec. 2-3: Boston (Orpheum Theatre)
Dec. 5: Wallingford, Conn. (Oakdale Theatre)
Dec. 9: Philadelphia (Tower Theatre)
Dec. 12-13: New York (United Palace)

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