Norah Jones Announces More Tour Dates
Norah Jones may love New York the best when it comes to live performances, but she’s getting ready for what lies ahead. The singer just announced more U.S dates in support of her latest release, Little Broken Hearts, extending her tour into the fall.
Twelve more dates have so far been added past her summer outing, picking up again on October 7 in Minneapolis, MN. Norah’s current tour in the U.S will have her out on the road from June 20 – August 23.
Little Broken Hearts came in at number two for its debut on Billboard Top 200 chart. According to Soundscan figures, she sold over 110,000 copies within her first week of release.
And her label, Blue Note, has something up their sleeves for the audiophiles among Norah’s fans. All five of her albums (Come Away With Me, Feels Like Home, Not Too Late, The Fall and Little Broken Hearts) have been Mastered for iTunes, plus limited editions of the albums are also being released on 200 gram vinyl and SACD editions. While you can buy each one individually, the entire catalog is also being offered in a LP or SACD buddle with an accompanying bonus album of unreleased covers.
For a complete list of Norah’s tour, check out her website. Her just announced Fall dates are below.
10/7 Minneapolis, MN – Orpheum Theatre
10/8 Milwaukee, WI – Riverside Theater
10/9 Chicago, IL – Chicago Theater
10/11 Des Moines, IA – Civic Center
10/12 Omaha, NE – Orpheum Theatre
10/13 Kansas City, MO – Midland Theatre
10/15 St. Louis, MO – Peabody Opera House
10/16 Tulsa, OK – Brady Theatre
10/20 Houston. TX – Bayou Music Center
10/22 Dallas. TX - McFarlin Auditorium
10/23 New Orleans, LA – Mahalia Jackson Theatre
- Heather Stas, CBS Local
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