Set to Perform on 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year Concert
Honoring Tom Petty During Grammy Week
Norah Jones has announced additional U.S. tour dates for March 2017 in support of her acclaimed new album Day Breaks. The run kicks off March 1 at the Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, and takes Norah to cities including New Orleans, Orlando, Atlanta, Raleigh, Cincinnati and Louisville. Tickets go on-sale this Friday, November 18. See below for a full list of tour dates or visit norahjones.com.
“Norah Jones has always mixed jazz, country, folk and rock, but her concert demonstrated that she has become master of them all,” wrote the Seattle Times in a review of her U.S. tour opener last month, adding that “Jones ranged with relaxed abandon through a career-spanning set.” The Los Angeles Daily News reviewed her appearance at the Greek Theatre, marveling that “Norah Jones keeps getting better… she is masterful at never overplaying, she also has an eclectic bent and knows how to rock out.”
The 9-time GRAMMY-winner has also been announced as a performer at the 2017 MusiCares Person of the Year benefit concert honoring Tom Petty which takes place at the Los Angeles Convention Center on February 10 during GRAMMY Week.
Following an appearance at Neil Young’s Bridge School Benefit Concert last month, Norah performed a cover of Young’s “Don’t Be Denied” on the CBS Late Late Show With James Corden. Norah’s beautiful solo performances of “Carry On” and “Once I Had A Laugh” aired this weekend on CBS This Morning Saturday, as well as an interview with Anthony Mason. Norah has also been profiled recently by Rolling Stone and NPR Weekend Edition.