And she’s coming back to Aus for Bluesfest next month.
From Yothu Yindi to Norah Jones to Lukas Nelson, we highlight the significant family ties within the Bluesfest 2019 lineup.
Her first Australian shows in six years.
Although a sitar may not be the instrument you are most familiar with, you cannot go past the influence that iconic sitar player Ravi Shankar has had on the modern music world. Famed for his efforts in the famous ‘Concert for Bangladesh’ Ravi brought Indian music to the western world, inspiring many musicians, who would
Norah Jones has announced Australian tour dates for next February, which will see her return to our shores for the first time in over seven years. The nine-time Grammy award-winning artist will be touring on the back of her latest album Little Broken Hearts, produced by Danger Mouse. Her first visit to Australia came in
Norah Jones will be touring Australia next January according to The Age, who recently interviewed the nine-time Grammy award-winning artist about her latest album Little Broken Hearts. One could easily start pinning her to various festivals like Big Day Out, or a more likely appearance at Sydney Festival. Her last tour saw her play venues
Nine-time Grammy award winner Norah Jones can expect her tenth on her dark but delightful, decadent new disc. The greatest female singer/songwriter of our generation and one of the best in the world ever – of either gender – over the last few years has turned breakup into hard work and classic material. The artist
A rich selection of musical acts recently appeared on BBC’s Later… with Jools Holland. The main attraction was Jack White who, in preparation for the release of his solo record Blunderbuss, played Freedom at 21 and Sixteen Saltines.
Norah Jones is back, good ladies and gentleman, with the pure ecstasy that is her new sensual, smoky, smooth, slow-burner Happy Pills. After last year’s European vacation and Rome collaboration with Danger Mouse, Daniele Luppi and Jack White, Norah hooks up with one half of Gnarls Barkley in super producer Danger Mouse for her own
Artists such as Jack White; Norah Jones, former drummer with The Band; Levon Helm; and most momentously, one Bob Dylan, are to contribute to a new album of unreleased songs by seminal country singer Hank Williams. Rolling Stone reports that the collection, with the title of The Lost Notebooks of Hank Williams, will be released
Danger Mouse is at it again, working on a new project (on top of producing U2’s next studio album) teaming up with Italian composer Daniele Luppi on a new project called Rome, bringing in Jack White and Norah Jones. Inspired by 1960’s spaghetti western soundtracks, it turns out the project has been in the works