Norah Jones is going to perform at both the Newport Folk and Jazz Festivals in July weekends. This is the first ever-solo performance at the Folk Festival, as the jazz singer has formerly took part of Puss N Boots band.
— Newport Jazz (@NewportJazzFest) March 2, 2016
The singer first performed on the world stage in February 2002 with the launch of “Come Away With Me”, her self-described “moody little track” that unveiled a unique new voice and became a worldwide sensation, getting the 2003 Grammy Awards and marking a paradigm change away from the predominant synthetic pop music of that time period. Since that time, Jones has sold more than 40 million albums across the world and turn out to be a nine-time Grammy-winner.
There were a lot of gossips that the jazz singer is definitely coming back to the recording studio focusing on her sixth solo album planned to be released this fall via Blue Note Records.
I'm almost finished with my new record! Playing more piano than I ever have and havin' a ball.… https://t.co/HEpcTQggNU
— Norah Jones (@NorahJones) March 1, 2016
As outlined by a source, rumors of Norah Jones working in recording studio are real. “It is still in the early stages, but eight tracks have already been put to tape. Norah is looking that no-one hears a whisper,” a close source stated.
In addition, it expected that Norah Jones will be planning her worldwide tour at the end of 2017.