Dwight Yoakam has split from Warner Bros./Reprise after 16 years and 15 albums, Billboard Bulletin reports. Yoakam, who has a leading role in the current hit film "Panic Room," will tour this spring a

Dwight Yoakam has split from Warner Bros./Reprise after 16 years and 15 albums, Billboard Bulletin reports. Yoakam, who has a leading role in the current hit film "Panic Room," will tour this spring as part of Brooks & Dunn's Neon Circus & Wild West Show, beginning April 12 in Minneapolis. Meanwhile, the artist is "entertaining offers" from other labels, according to a spokesperson.

While at Warner/Reprise, Yoakam scored six platinum or multi-platinum albums, according to certifications by the Recording Industry Association of America. His last three releases, however, failed to reach gold status. His most recent set was the soundtrack to "South of Heaven, West of Hell," which also marked his directorial debut.

Yoakam also has a handful of solo shows on tap amid the Neon Circus & Wild West Show dates. For a full itinerary, visit his official Web site.

Here are Dwight Yoakam's upcoming tour dates:

April 8: Sioux City, Iowa (Orpheum Theatre)
April 9: Valentine, Neb. (Rosebud Casino)
April 10: Powhattan, Kan. (Sac and Fox Casino)
April 12: Minneapolis (Target Center / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 13: Rosemont, Ill. (Allstate Arena / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 14: Taylorville, Ill. (Nashville North USA)
April 19: Uncasville, Conn. (Mohegan Sun / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 20: Wilkes Barre, Pa. (First Union Center / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 21: Albany, N.Y. (Pepsi Center / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 25: Sacramento, Calif. (AutoWest Amphitheatre / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 26: Mountain View, Calif. (Shoreline Amphitheatre / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 27: San Bernardino, Calif. (Blockbuster Pavilion / Neon Circus & Wild West Show)
April 28: Queen Creek, Ariz. (Country Thunder Festival)