The Black Crowes have parted ways with longtime keyboardist Eddie Hawrysch due to unspecified "personal issues."

The Black Crowes have parted ways with longtime keyboardist Eddie Hawrysch due to unspecified "personal issues." Hawrysch has been an intergral component of the Crowes' sound for 15 years. He will be replaced on the band's fall tour by Rob Clores, whose prior credits include Jesse Malin and Blues Travelers' John Popper.

In addition, the Crowes have pushed back the planned Aug. 29 release of the double-disc rarities set "The Lost Crowes" to Sept. 26 due to "a recently discovered manufacturing error," according to a spokesperson.

Following a summer outing with Robert Randolph & the Family Band and Drive-By Truckers, the Crowes will return to the road Sept. 7 in Richmond, Va. As previously reported, the group will also perform Oct. 28 at the Vegoose festival in Las Vegas.

Here are the Black Crowes' tour dates:

Sept. 7: Richmond, Va. (Brown's Island)
Sept. 8: Reading, Pa. (Sovereign Center)
Sept. 9: Charlottesville, Va. (Pavilion)
Sept. 10: Raleigh, N.C. (Alltel Pavilion)
Sept. 12: Providence, R.I. (Lupo's)
Sept. 13: Syracuse, N.Y. (Landmark Theatre)
Sept. 17-18: Washington, D.C. (9:30 Club)
Sept. 20: East Lansing, Mich. (Wharton Center)
Sept. 22: Milwaukee (Northern Lights Theatre)
Sept. 23: Davenport, Iowa (River Roots Live)
Sept. 24: Sioux City, Iowa (Orpheum Theatre)
Sept. 26: Fargo, N.D. (Playmaker's)
Sept. 27: Kansas City, Mo. (VooDoo Lounge)
Sept. 28: Council Bluffs, Iowa (Stir Cove)
Oct. 6: Flagstaff, Ariz. (Pine Mountain)
Oct. 7: Lake Havasu, Ariz. (RockFest)
Oct. 8: Cabazon, Calif. (Key Club Morongo)
Oct. 11: Fresno, Calif. (District Fair)
Oct. 13: Santa Cruz, Calif. (Civic Auditorium)
Oct. 14: Kelseyville, Calif. (Konocti Field Amphitheatre)
Oct. 15: Eureka, Calif. (Municipal Auditorium)
Oct. 20: Atlanta (Chastain Park)
Oct. 23: New Orleans (House of Blues)
Oct. 24: Chaenton, La. (Cypress Bayou)
Oct. 28: Las Vegas (Sam Boyd Stadium; Vegoose)
Oct. 31: Chicago (Riviera Theatre)
Nov. 2: Burlington, Vt. (Higher Ground)
Nov. 3: Rochester, N.Y. (Main Street Armory)
Nov. 4: Worcester, Mass. (Palladium)
Nov. 6: Buffalo, N.Y. (Center for the Arts)
Nov. 7: Baltimore (Ram's Head Live)
Nov. 8: Sayreville, N.J. (Starland Ballroom)
Nov. 12: Castaic, Calif. (Love Ride)