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| 28 November 2012 | Reply

As 2012 heads into the holiday season, Norah Jones is keeping busy in the last weeks of what has been a standout year for the nine-time Grammy Award winning singer, having released what SPIN magazine called “the second essential record of Norah Jones’ career” with the Danger Mouse-produced Little Broken HeartsCBS Sunday Morning recently aired a profile of Norah chronicling the remarkable 10 years of her career since she released her debut album.

Norah’s rendition of “It Came Upon A Midnight Clear” is currently the free Holiday Single of the Week on the iTunes Music Store. Norah will also be celebrating Record Store Day on Black Friday by releasing a limited edition 10” vinyl exclusive featuring four remixes by TV On The Radio’s Dave Sitek of tracks from Little Broken Hearts (“Good Morning,” “She’s 22,” “Take It Back,” and “After The Fall”). Visit for a list of participating stores. Visit Stereogum for an exclusive first listen to two of the remixes ahead of their release on November 23.

Norah is also featured on several tracks on the soundtrack album for Universal Pictures’ new comedy This Is 40 from writer/director Judd Apatow, which will be released on December 11 on Capitol Records. Jones is backed by the Punch Brothers on one new song of her own, “Always Judging,” which was produced by Jon Brion. She also sings backing vocals for Lindsey Buckingham (“Brother & Sister”) and Wilco on a newly recorded version of their classic “I Got You (“At The End Of The Century).”

December 11 will also see the DVD release of Seth McFarlane’s blockbuster comedy Ted starring Mark Wahlberg, which features Norah in a cameo on-screen role playing herself, and also performing the movie’s theme song “Everybody Needs A Best Friend.” Jones and McFarlane were paired on a recent episode of the Sundance Channel’s ICONOCLASTS.

Looking ahead into 2013, Norah will be returning to the legendary PBS show Austin City Limits for the third time with a feature episode airing on January 19. Norah will also be participating in The New York Times’ popular interview series TimesTalks doing an on-stage conversation in New York City with music critic Jon Pareles on January 29.

Norah will also continue her extensive worldwide tour into 2013. Following a run of South American dates in December, Norah will embark upon an Australian tour in February, and will give her first ever live performances in India in March. See below for a full list of confirmed tour dates or visit for ticketing details.


November 30 – Metro Parque – Bogota, Columbia

December 2 – CC Maria Angola – Lima, Peru

December 4 – Movistar Arena – Santiago, Chile

December 7 – Teatro de Verano – Montevideo, Uruguay

December 8 – Luna Park – Buenos Aires, Argentina

December 9 – Luna Park – Buenos Aires, Argentina

December 12 – Teatro Araujo Vianna – Porto Alegre, Brazil

December 15 – Via Funchal – Sao Paulo, Brazil

December 16 – Vivo Rio – Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

February 15 – State Theatre – Sydney, Australia

February 16 – State Theatre – Sydney, Australia

February 17 – State Theatre – Sydney, Australia

February 19 – Brisbane Convention Centre – Brisbane, Australia

February 21 – The Plenary – Melbourne, Australia

February 22 – Festival Theatre – Adelaide, Australia

February 24 – Riverside Theatre – Perth, Australia

March 3 – Summer’s Day Festival – Mumbai, India

March 5 – New Delhi, India

March 8 – Bangalore, India

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