Chris Hillman will return Sept. 22 with Bidin' My Time, his first new solo LP in more than a decade.

The country-rock pioneer, whose distinguished career includes founding memberships in the Byrds, Flying Burrito Brothers, Manassas and the Desert Rose Band, worked with producer Tom Petty on the new recordings, which collect an assortment of covers (including Petty's own "Wildflowers") along with new originals and re-recordings or reworkings of songs from Hillman's archives.

Among the latter group is a new version of "The Bells of Rhymney," a song the Byrds cut for their debut album and which remains Hillman's favorite of the band's recordings. Joined by longtime collaborator Herb Pedersen and former Byrds bandmate David Crosby for the track, Hillman said, "I decided to cut it again because I wanted to sing with David and Herb, two great tenors. David just loves Herb’s singing, and at 75 years old, David is still a powerful singer — one of the best I’ve ever worked with or been around."

Bidin' My Time is available to pre-order now, and is preceded by a new recording of "She Don't Care About Time," originally a Byrds song relegated to the B-side of their "Turn! Turn! Turn!" single. You can hear that song above, and look over the complete Bidin' My Time track listing — as well as Hillman's upcoming tour dates — below.

Chris Hillman, 'Bidin' My Time' Track Listing
"Bells of Rhymney"
"Bidin’ My Time"
"Given All I Can See"
"Different Rivers"
"Here She Comes Again"
"Walk Right Back"
"Such Is the World That We Live In"
"When I Get a Little Money"
"She Don’t Care About Time"
"New Old John Robertson"

Chris Hillman Tour Dates
9/21 — Sellersville, PA — Sellersville Theatre
9/22 — New York, NY — City Winery
9/23 — Fall River, MA — Narrows Center for the Arts
9/24 — Boston, MA — City Winery
9/26 — Alexandria, VA — The Birchmere
9/29 — Duluth, GA — The Red Clay Theatre
10/01 — Nashville, TN — City Winery
10/04 — Newport, KY — Southgate House Revival
10/05 — Kent, OH — Kent Stage
10/06 — Chicago, IL — Old Town School of Folk Music
10/07 — Edwardsville, IL — The Wildey Theatre
10/12 — Bakersfield, CA — Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace
10/13 — Berkeley, CA — Freight & Salvage
10/16 — West Hollywood, CA — The Troubadour
10/26 — Park City, UT — The Egyptian Theatre
10/27 — Park City, UT — The Egyptian Theatre
10/28 — Park City, UT — The Egyptian Theatre
11/08 — Baton Rouge, LA — Red Dragon Listening Room
11/09 — The Woodlands, TX — Dosey Doe Barn
11/10 — Austin, TX — Texas Union Theater
1/27 — Thousand Oaks, CA — Scherr Theatre

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