Willie Nelson and Alison Krauss will revive their co-headlining tour for a short run of dates this summer.

Nelson's website lists nine stops with Krauss and Union Station featuring Jerry Douglas, all in the western U.S. They toured together throughout May, June and July of 2014, after a health concern of Krauss' briefly postponed the beginning of the trek.

The new dates come during a busy time for Nelson. In addition to a full concert schedule, the country legend is also set to star in an upcoming fantasy adventure film, Waiting for the Miracle to Come.

“I wrote this script for Willie Nelson," says Australian filmmaker Lian Lunson, who is directing the movie. "His presence and stillness as an actor is unlike anyone else."

The 81-year-old Nelson will also be releasing his memoir, It’s a Long Story: My Life, on May 5. The book will cover all aspects of his life and career, including his impoverished childhood, award-winning music career, well-publicized legal issues and personal stories and anecdotes.

More details and ticketing information for the joint shows, as well as a list of each artist's solo tour dates, can be found at WillieNelson.com and AlisonKrauss.com.

Willie Nelson + Alison Krauss & Union Station Featuring Jerry Douglas, 2015 Co-Headlining Tour Dates:

6/17 -- Missoula, Mont. -- Ogren Park at Allegiance Field
6/19 -- Nampa, Idaho -- Ford Idaho Center Amphitheater
6/20 -- Salt Lake City, Utah -- Usana Amphitheatre
6/25 -- Bend, Ore. -- Les Schwab Amphitheater
7/18 -- Los Angeles, Calif. -- Greek Theatre
7/19 -- Cosa Mesa, Calif. -- Pacific Amphitheatre at OC Fair
7/21 -- Paso Robles, Calif. -- Vina Robles Amphitheatre
7/22 -- Santa Barbara, Calif. -- Santa Barbara Bowl
7/23 -- Berkeley, Calif. -- Greek Theatre

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