Mary Chapin Carpenter's upcoming tour dates in support of her Grammy-nominated project, 'The Age of Miracles,' have been announced. The 12-song collection is the singer-songwriter's eleventh studio album, which she recorded in Nashville and produced alongside longtime collaborator Matt Rollings.

On 'The Ages of Miracles,' Mary Chapin admits her pulmonary embolism heath scare created a sense of fear that bled into her songwriting and the creative process.

"Fear may not be the first thing you think of when you listen to them," Chapin tells CMT about songs like 'Iceland' and 'I Was a Bird.' "But they speak to the desire to be free of burdens and troubles and the darkness and sense of disconnection I felt after I got out of the hospital -- and to the sense of depression that descended after that. But then again I didn't think that the album was going to be a narrative of just those things. I very much wanted to address the good things that came out of it, as well."

The singer will, once again, travel with her full, five-piece band, with Jon Carroll on keys, John Jennings and Jim Henry on guitar, Don Dixon on bass and Vince Santoro on drums. A fall tour is also in the works, with October and November dates to be announced soon. Click here to find ticket prices and availability.

Mary Chapin Carpenter Tour Dates:

June 15 - Arvada, Colo. - Arvada Center Summer Concert Series

June 16 - Boulder, Colo. - Chautauqua Park Auditorium

June 18 - Reno, Nev. - Grand Sierra

June 19 - Napa, Calif. - Uptown Theatre

June 21 - Saratoga, Calif. - Mountain Winery

June 23 - Jacksonville, Ore. - Britt Pavilion

June 24 - Eugene, Ore. - Jaqua Concert Hall

June 25 - Portland, Ore. - Oregon Zoo Amphitheatre

June 26 - Seattle, Wash. - Woodland Park Zoo Amphitheatre

July 13 - Kent, Ohio - Kent Stage

July 14 - Grand Rapids, Mich. - Meijer Gardens Amphitheatre

July 15 - Traverse City, Mich. - Traverse City Opera House

July 16 - Lexington, Ky. - Lexington Opera House

July 17 - Pittsburgh, Pa. - Hartwood Acres Amphitheatre

July 20-21 - Brownfield, Maine - Stone Mountain Arts Center

July 22 - Rockland, Maine - The Historic Strand Theatre

July 24 - Hillsdale, N.Y. - Falcon Ridge Folk Festival

July 31 - Cambridge, U.K. - Cambridge Folk Festival

August 11 - Wilmington, N.C. - Brooklyn Arts Center

August 12 - Charlotte, N.C. - Knight Theater

August 13 - Atlanta, Ga. - Chastain Park Amphitheatre

August 18 - Boston, Mass. - Wilbur Theater

August 19 - New Bedford, Mass. - The Ziterion

August 20 - Highmount, N.Y. - Belleayre Music Festival

August 24 - Bethlehem, Pa. - Musikfest Café

August 25 - Richmond, Va. - Lewis Ginter Botanical Gardens

August 26 - Norfolk, Va. - Sandler Center

August 27 - Vienna, Va. - Wolf Trap