NEW YORK (AP) — Jazz pianist and singer Diana Krall has rescheduled her U.S. tour after recovering from a severe case of pneumonia.
Krall announced Monday that her Wallflower World Tour will kick off on Feb. 25 in Boston. The tour was originally scheduled to happen this week.
She will visit 26 cities on the tour. Tickets go on sale Friday.
Krall will also release a new album, "Wallflower," on Feb. 3. She interprets a collection of pop songs from the 1960s to the present day by the Mamas and the Papas, the Eagles, Bob Dylan and Elton John as well as a new song by Paul McCartney.
Krall turns 50 on Sunday.