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Norah Jones to play first Australian shows in 16 years

by Paul Cashmere on November 21, 2018

in News

Norah Jones will head back to Australia in 2019 for shows in Melbourne, Sydney and Hobart as well as an appearance at Bluesfest.

It has been a busy week for Norah with the release of her Jeff Tweedy produced ‘Wintertime’. In fact its been a busy year with four new songs including ‘My Heart is Full’, ‘It Was You’ and ‘A Song with no Name’ also this year.

‘A Song with no Name’ was also produced by Tweedy.

Norah Jones’ last studio album was ‘Day Breaks’ in 2016. Her breakthrough came on the first album ‘Come Away with Me’ rewarding the New York jazz singer with over 27 million sales worldwide.

Norah Jones will tour Australia for Frontier Touring.

Norah Jones dates are:

12 April, Melbourne, Palais Theatre
14 April, Sydney, State Theatre
17 April, Hobart, Federation Concert Hall
19 April, Byron Bay, Bluesfest

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