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Norah Jones "Little Broken Hearts" Blue Note/Capitol Records

Norah Jones "Little Broken Hearts" Blue Note/Capitol Records

Norah Jones recently premiered her fifth album Little Broken Hearts with an NPR Music Exclusive First Listen. The album—which was produced by Danger Mouse will be released by EMI’s Blue Note Records on May 1st.  “Always more versatile than most people think,” says NPR, “Jones fits all of this smart material to perfection, marking her second decade as a star while making her sound cooler and more unflappably sophisticated than ever.”

To promote this, Jones is also expected to make appearances on CBS Late Show With David Letterman (May 2), ABC Good Morning America (May 3), ABC The View (May 7), and The Rachael Ray Show (May 9). She will also be taping an episode of VH1 Storytellers that will air on June 8. VH1 Storytellers is a VH1 original series in which singer/songwriters perform and tell stories in front of an intimate audience about their lives, lyrics and careers.

While we wait for all of those cool things to happen, take a listen to Little Broken Hearts’s lead single, Happy Pills” below.  Like usual with her, it is sure to satisfy. If that’s not enough, she’ll also be hitting the road for an extensive tour this summer. Norah will be performing at a mixture of festivals, amphitheatres and theatres in the U.S. and abroad. See below for a full list of tour dates or visit www.norahjones.com for ticketing details.  Hers is a concert not to be missed.  We’ve provided some tour dates for reference below.  Pick one that works for you and enjoy!

Norah Jones

“Happy Pills”

From: Little Broken Hearts

Blue Note/Capitol Records

NORAH JONES – 2012 TOUR DATES:

May 25 – Olympia Theater – Paris, France

May 26 – Alte Opera – Frankfurt, Germany

May 28 – Carre Theater – Amsterdam, Netherlands

June 1 – Royal Festival Hall – London, United Kingdom

June 2 – Royal Festival Hall – London, United Kingdom

June 20 – Murat Theater – Indianapolis, Indiana
June 22 – Mud Island Amphitheater – Memphis, Tennessee
June 23 – Fox Theater – Atlanta, Georgia
June 24 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, Tennessee
June 27 – Wolf Trap – Vienna, Virginia
June 28 – Mann Center – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
June 29 – Kodak Hall – Rochester, New York

July 1 – Bank of America Pavilion – Boston, Massachusetts
July 2 – Oakdale Theatre – Wallingford, Connecticut
July 3 – Central Park SummerStage – New York, New York
July 6 – Massey Hall – Toronto, Ontario
July 7 – Montreal Jazz Festival – Montreal, Quebec

July 14 – Lucca Festival – Lucca, Italy

July 16 – Neumunster Abbey – Luxembourg City, Luxembourg

July 17 – Stadtpark – Hamburg, Germany

July 19 – Dalhalla – Rattvik, Sweden

July 20 – Moldejazz Festival – Molde, Norway

July 22 – Pori Jazz Fest – Pori, Finland
August 7 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, California
August 10 – Hollywood Bowl – Los Angeles, California
August 12 – Harvey’s Outdoor Arena – Lake Tahoe, Nevada
August 15 – Les Schwab Amphitheater – Bend, Oregon
August 17 – Edgefield Winery – Portland, Oregon
August 18 – Marymoor Amphitheater – Seattle, Washington
August 21 – Red Butte Garden – Salt Lake City, Utah
August 23 – Red Rocks – Denver, Colorado