After spending the past two years touring with the likes of Taylor Swift, Billy Currington, Lady Antebellum and Gavin DeGraw, David Nail is finally setting out on his own headlining trek this fall.

On Sept. 6, Nail will kick off the string of dates that will consist of smaller venues, allowing him to focus on making the music and experience of seeing him live as intimate as possible for his loving fan base who can’t get enough of the singer.

“I’ve been blessed with some pretty great songs, and you just can’t get them all in during a shorter set,” says Nail. “The great thing about playing your own shows, you can play all the music you want to and a lot of the great album cuts get to be heard, which is a lot of times what fans tell me they like the best.”

Among the venues Nail will be performing at are Toby Keith‘s I Love This Bar and Grill in Cincinnati, Ohio on Sept. 6; House of Blues in Cleveland, Ohio on Sept. 8; and the Hard Rock Hotel and Casino in Biloxi, Miss. on Nov. 3.

“Some of these rooms — like Joe’s in Chicago and the Royale in Boston — feel like home, because we’ve built something there and the fans feel like old friends,” notes Nail. “They know the songs; they come to hear what we’re gonna do with them that night. They want to see how the songs expand, and we try to give them an even better show each time. I can’t wait.”

Along with the various clubs, small halls and occasional festival, Nail will also hit Pittsburgh on Sept. 26 for the Country for a Cure concert to benefit the Payton Wright Foundation and Cancer & Blood Disorders Auxiliary of the Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh. Visit Nail’s official website for a full list of all his upcoming tour dates throughout the year.