Stephen Stills and Judy Collins have just announced a 26-date North American tour. The fall run by the former couple follows their sold-out series of spring dates, as well as their debut album as a duo, titled, Everybody Knows. Among the legendary Stills songs wrote for Collins during their brief late-'60s romance were the Crosby, Stills, & Nash staples, “Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,” “You Don't Have To Cry,” “Helplessly Hoping,” and “49-Bye-Byes,” among others.

Judy Collins told us that Stephen Stills' late-'60s material documented an important relationship in both of their lives: “Sometimes it happens in history, because of the model, or the muse and the artist. And it happened in this case with 'Suite: Judy Blue Eyes,' and then of course all those songs on that first (Crosby, Stills, & Nash) album and all the songs on his demo, he was writing when we were together and then splitting apart. So they have real poignancy for me. I mean, I can be back there in a minute, y'know? That was a very important relationship. Very complicated, and very mysterious, and very powerful.” :

September 11, 12 – Phoenix, AZ – Musical Instrument Museum
September 14 – Las Cruces, NM – Pan American Center
September 15 – Santa Fe, NM – Camel Rock Casino
September 20 – Springfield, MO – Gillioz Theatre
September 21 – Wichita, KS – Orpheum Theatre
September 23 – Denver, CO – Paramount Theatre
September 24 – Grand Junction, CO – Avalon Theatre
September 27 – Folsom, CA – Harris Center for the Arts
September 28 – Monterey, CA – Golden State Theatre
September 30 – Eureka, CA – Arkley Center for the Performing Arts
October 2 – Olympia, WA – Washington Center for the Performing Arts
October 4 – Kirkland, WA – Kirkland Performing Arts Center
October 5 – Vancouver, BC – Canada, Vogue Theatre
November 1 – Houston, TX – Cullen Theatre at Wortham Center
November 2 – McAllen, TX – McAllen Performing Arts Center
November 4 – Grand Prairie, TX – Verizon Theatre at Grand Prairie
November 5 – Jackson, MS – Thalia Mara Hall
November 8 – Boone, NC – Schaefer Center for the Performing Arts
November 9 – Greenville, SC – Peace Center Concert Hall
November 11 – Augusta, GA – Miller Theatre
November 13 – West Palm Beach, FL – Dreyfoos Concert Hall at Kravis Center for the Performing Arts
November 15 – Melbourne, FL – Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts
November 16 – Sarasota, FL – Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall
November 18 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Au-Rene Theater T Broward Center for the Performing Arts
November 19 – Jacksonville, FL – Florida Theatre