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Little Joy will hit the road with their friend Regina Spektor this September. Those dates do not include Regina's upcoming show at Radio City Music Hall (Jupiter One opens that one), though Little Joy did recently open for her at the Beacon Theatre show in June.

Meanwhile, Little Joy have announced their own headlining, Regina-less tour dates that include a September 20th show at Maxwell's (tickets are on sale now), and a headlining a show at Webster Hall on October 2nd. Tickets are on fanclub presale now. AmEx presale starts Wednesday at noon, with general sale starting Friday at noon.

Little Joy's lineup for the Webster Hall show will include Strokes/Little Joy member Fabrizio Morretti, who will not be playing with the band on any of the other dates on the tour. He hasn't been touring with them of late (to record the fourth Strokes album, on the way).

In a somewhat-related note, Morretti's fellow Stroke Julian Casablancas will be performing material from his forthcoming solo release Phrazes For The Young for the first time at a show at Tokyo's Duo Music Exchange on August 31st.

All Little Joy tour dates are below...

Little Joy - 2009 Tour Dates
Sep 10 Kirby Ballroom Duluth, Minnesota
Sep 11 Myth St. Paul, Minnesota*
Sep 12 Chicago Theatre Chicago, Illinois*
Sep 15 Michigan Theater Ann Arbor, Michigan*
Sep 16 Sound Academy Toronto, Ontario*
Sep 17 Metropolis Montreal, Quebec*
Sep 20 Maxwell's Hoboken, New Jersey
Sep 21 House of Blues Boston Boston, Massachusetts*
Sep 22 Orpheum Theater Boston, Massachusetts*
Sep 24 Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA*
Sep 30 Dar Constitution Hall Washington , DC*
Oct 2 Webster Hall New York, New York (with Fabrizio Moretti)
* w/ Regina Spektor

Jupiter One - 2009 Tour Dates
9/24 The Electric Factory Philadelphia, PA *
9/30 DAR Constitution Hall Washington, DC *
10/6 The Tabernacle Atlanta, GA *
10/14 Radio City Music Hall New York, NY *
10/28 The Greek Theatre Los Angeles, CA *
* w/ Regina Spektor