Why See Norah Jones?
a new Fall Tour
Award winning vocalist and pianist Norah Jones is one of the most sensational artists of our time, and her unique blend of jazz and pop, and trademark sultry vocals appeal to audiences from a variety of genres.
2012's Little Broken Hearts, Jones' fifth studio album, was produced by Brian Burton AKA Dangermous, known for his work with Gnarls Barkley and The Black Keys. It shifted Jones away from her traditional jazz influences, and together with 2013's collaborative album with Green day's Billie Joe Armstrong, signalled that Jones is having fun exploring new musical territory. With rumours of a new album coming in 2016, now's the perfect time to catch her live. She plays Rumsey Playfield SummerStage Central Park in New York, NY, Closed July 3, 2012
Performance date: 3 July 2012
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Singing was great. Loved that.No showmanship. Introduced each band member... more
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