Billy Gibbons is set to release his first solo record, Perfectamundo, on Nov. 6. Almost immediately afterwards, the ZZ Top guitarist and his backup band, the BFG's, will embark on a tour of the United States.

You can see the itnerary below, but Gibbons will kick off the five-week tour on Nov. 10 in Atlanta. He will criss-cross the country, with many stops in Florida, Texas and California, before winding up in Seattle on Dec. 13. After that, he will fly to Cuba to play the Havana Jazz Festival, which reflects the Latin-flavored nature of Perfectamundo.

The BFG's are comprised of Gibbons' collaborator on the project, pianist Martin “G.G.” Guigui, organist Mike Flanigin, percussionist Alex “Guitarzza” Garza and drummers SoZo and Melanie DiLorenzo. Speaking to Rolling Stone, Gibbons called the band "a stab at something we didn't previously know to be possible. That 'something' was composing and creating sessions to press the limits of the unknown.  ZZ Top, by definition, remains a minimalist endeavor with a very straightforward established approach which continues to serve us well now going past four-plus decades. The BFG's, on the other hand, have now gone on to exploring some uncharted sonic and, especially, rhythmic territory within an accommodating context. Deep at the core of everything we do, either as ZZ Top or with the Perfectamundo aggregation, is the blues. That's the diamond and we found a way to put it into a new, Afro-Cuban setting. It really does come from the same place."

Gibbons has released the first video from Perfectamundo. It's a cover of "Treat Her Right," an oft-covered soul hit for Roy Head that went to No. 2 in 1965. You can watch it above.

Billy Gibbons and the BFG's 2015 U.S. Tour

Nov. 10 - Atlanta, Ga.
Nov. 11 - Nashville, Tenn.
Nov. 13 - St. Charles, Ill.
Nov. 14 - Detroit, Mich.
Nov. 15 - Milwaukee, Wisc.
Nov. 17 - New York, N.Y.
Nov. 18 - Ridgefield, Ct.
Nov. 19 - Boston, Mass.
Nov. 21 - Stroudsburg, Pa.
Nov. 23 - Washington, D.C.
Nov. 24 - Charleston, S.C.
Nov. 25 - Orlando, Fla.
Nov. 27 - Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
Nov. 28 - Fort Pierce, Fla.
Nov. 29 - Saint Petersburg, Fla.
Dec. 1 - New Orleans, La.
Dec. 3 - Houston, Texas
Dec. 4 - Austin, Texas
Dec. 5 - Lubbock, Texas
Dec. 7 - Solana Beach, Calif.
Dec. 8 - Los Angeles, Calif.
Dec. 9 - San Francisco, Calif.
Dec. 11 - Portland, Ore.
Dec. 12 - Aberdeen, Wash.
Dec. 13 - Seattle, Wash.

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