About Norah Jones
Norah Jones first emerged on the world stage with the February 2002 release of Come Away With Me, her self-described “moody little record” that introduced a singular new voice and grew into a global phenomenon, sweeping the 2003 Grammy Awards and signaling a paradigm shift away from the prevailing pop music of the time. Since then, Norah has sold 50 million albums worldwide and become a 9-time GRAMMY-winner. She has released a series of critically acclaimed and commercially successful solo albums—Feels Like Home (2004), Not Too Late (2007), The Fall (2009), Little Broken Hearts (2012), and Day Breaks (2016)—as well as albums with her collective bands The Little Willies and Puss N Boots. The 2010 compilation …Featuring Norah Jones showcased her incredible versatility by collecting her collaborations with artists as diverse as Willie Nelson, Outkast, Herbie Hancock, and Foo Fighters. Little Broken Hearts, produced by Danger Mouse, was a fascinating step in the artistic evolution of one of the music world’s most consistently intriguing singer-songwriters. With Day Breaks, Norah returned to her jazz roots while also proving her to be this era’s quintessential American artist, the purveyor of an unmistakably unique sound that weaves together the threads of several bedrock styles of American music: country, folk, rock, soul, jazz. Most recently, Jones has released a series of eclectic singles including collaborations with artists and friends such as Jeff Tweedy and Thomas Bartlett.
Jones will be joining Willie Nelson, Mavis Staples, Chris Stapleton, Kacey Musgraves, Leon Bridges, and others as part of the performance lineup at the 2019 MusiCares Person of the Year tribute concert honoring Dolly Parton on Feb. 8 in Los Angeles during Grammy Week. Jones has recently released a series of eclectic singles including collaborations with Jeff Tweedy—“Wintertime” and “A Song With No Name”— as well as the organ-and-horn drenched soul song “It Was You” featuring drummer Brian Blade, bassist Christopher Thomas, organist Pete Remm, trumpeter Dave Guy, and tenor saxophonist Leon Michels, and the riveting song “My Heart Is Full,” a collaboration with Thomas Bartlett. Stay tuned for more new music coming soon.
- Special Ticketing Information
- There is an 8 ticket limit for this event.
- On Sale Friday, February 1st - 12:00PM
- Doors open at 7:00PM
- Bags larger than small clutch purses 4.5" by 6.5" will not be allowed into the Fieldhouse. Carry only those items necessary for your enjoyment of the show.
- Metal detectors will be used at the entrance doors. Please leave cell phones and keys in your pocket when going through the metal detectors.
- Theatre at the Brick Reserved Seats
- Fieldhouse Box Office
- By Phone
|Seating and Pricing|
|Section||Floor||100 & Lower 200 Level||Middle 200 Level||Upper 200 Level|
|(**Plus applicable fees.)|
|(8 Ticket Limit.)|