Former Squeeze singer/guitarist Glenn Tilbrook has set up dates for his fifth U.S. solo tour since the breakup of the band. Sponsored by VH1 Classic, the club tour will kick off July 26 in San Francis

Former Squeeze singer/guitarist Glenn Tilbrook has set up dates for his fifth U.S. solo tour since the breakup of the band. Sponsored by VH1 Classic, the club tour will kick off July 26 in San Francisco and is slated to wrap Sept. 9 in New York.

The solo acoustic performances come in support of "The Incomplete Glenn Tilbrook." His debut solo album, the set was released in May 2001 on Tilbrook's own Quixotic Records label (through W.A.R.? in the U.S.), and features songwriting collaborations with Aimee Mann and Ron Sexsmith. The shows will offer a mix of material from the album and a healthy dose of Squeeze favorites.

The tour will also afford Tilbrook the chance to record during scheduled breaks in Austin, Texas, and Nashville. A new studio album is expected in the spring. Prior to that, a solo live album culled from performances in the U.S. and the U.K. over the past two years will be released in the fall.

Here are Tilbrook's upcoming tour dates:

July 26: San Francisco (Cafe Du Nord)
July 28: Modesto, Calif. (Fat Cat Music House)
July 29: Los Angeles (The Knitting Factory)
July 30: Anaheim, Calif. (House of Blues)
July 31: Santa Barbara, Calif. (SoHO)
Aug. 2: Tempe, Ariz. (Nita's Hideaway)
Aug. 5: Denver (Soiled Dove)
Aug. 6: Colorado Springs, Col. (32 Bleu)
Aug. 7: Boulder, Col. (Trilogy)
Aug. 8: Dallas (Gypsy Tea Room)
Aug. 15: Austin, Texas (Cactus Cafe)
Aug. 22: Nashville (3rd and Lindsley)
Aug. 23: Dayton, Ohio (Canal Street Tavern)
Aug. 24: Chicago (Abbey Pub)
Aug. 26: Cleveland (Beachland Ballroom)
Aug. 27: Pittsburgh (Rosebud)
Aug. 29: Sea Bright, N.J. (Tradewinds)
Aug. 30: Amagansett, N.Y. (Stephen Talkhouse)
Sept. 2: Annapolis, Md. (Rams Head Tavern)
Sept. 3: Alexandria, Va. (Birchmere)
Sept. 4: Philadelphia (North Star Bar)
Sept. 5: Farmingdale, N.Y. (The Downtown)
Sept. 6-7: Cambridge, Mass. (House of Blues)
Sept. 9: New York (B.B. King's)