Norah Jones

jazz, blues, singer-songwriter, pop, soul

Bio

Norah Jones is an American soul and jazz singer, pianist, songwriter, actress and multiple Grammy Award winner. In 1999 she moved to New York City and regularly performed with the radio band Wax Poetic. But soon she founded her own band with Jesse Harris, Lee Alexander and Dan Rieser. In October 2000, they recorded some demo bands for Blue Note Records, in which they signed a contract in January 2001. Jones recorded two songs for Charles Hunters' album Songs from the Analog Playground: More Than This by Roxy Music and Day Is Done by Nick Drake. In 2003, she received five Grammys for her album, Come Away with Me, produced by Arif Mardin. This made them known to a wider audience. A year later the album Feels Like Home appeared. In 2006 she and her band The Little Willies released the album of the same name. On January 26, 2007, Jones' album Not Too Late appeared. In the same year she made her debut as an actress in the American Roadmovie of the Hong Kong director Wong Kar-wai with the part of Elizabeth in My Blueberry Nights. The film opened the 60th Cannes Film Festival on 16 May 2007. On November 13, 2009, her fourth studio album, entitled The Fall, was released. In April 2012, the album Little Broken Hearts was produced by Danger Mouse. For his album Rome Lieh Jones, which was produced in cooperation with Daniele Luppi, already voted for a few songs. Their sixth studio album break was released in October 2016.