Norah Jones has announced a tour of the UK and Ireland for this fall. Moreover, she is gearing up to hit venues in Gateshead, Manchester, Glasgow, and London among many more.
Here is everything you need to know.
Norah Jones is heading out on a UK and Ireland music tour
Norah Jones has announced that she will hit the road for a music tour of the UK and Ireland this autumn.
Besides that, the singer-songwriter has previously announced a tour in Europe this summer. Additionally, the tour is scheduled to kickstart in July 2022 at La Seine Musical located in Paris.
Subsequently, the music icon will make a stop at multiple countries throughout Europe including Italy, Spain, Portugal, and many more.
I’m soooooo excited to be returning to the UK & Ireland this fall! ♥️ Tickets are on sale Friday, 24 March at 10am local time. https://t.co/EqazzkcQjZ pic.twitter.com/IVncmCK6pc
— Norah Jones (@NorahJones) March 20, 2023
In addition, Jones will conclude her summer tour on 29th July at Cool Jazz Festival in Lisbon.
Meanwhile, the UK and Ireland leg of the tour will begin at Sage Gateshead on 4th November before heading out to venues in Birmingham, Manchester, Glasgow, Bath, Belfast, and Dublin.
Nevertheless, Jones is also scheduled to headline at the Palladium in London on 11th November.
Fans can get their hands on the tickets for the tour from 24th March Friday. The tickets will reportedly go on sale at 10 am BST.
Also, Jones finally dropped her rendition of Ray Charles‘ ‘Hallelujah, I Love Him So’ last year.
Norah Jones talks about I Dream Of Christmas (Deluxe)
Norah Jones dropped her last holiday album titled I Dream Of Christmas (Deluxe) in 2021. Additionally, it included 24 comforting songs from the nine-time Grammy-winning pianist.
Furthermore, it is a collection of delightful and timeless seasonal tracks which affects the originals.
Meanwhile, the Deluxe edition consists of eleven additional songs which include bonus tracks as well as live performances. It also included the latest studio recording of ‘Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas.’
Jones shared, ‘When I was trying to figure out which direction to take, the original songs started popping in my head.’
She continued, ‘They were all about trying to find the joys of Christmas, catching that spark, that feeling of love and inclusion that I was longing for during the rest of the year.’
The easy-listening stalwart stated, ‘Then there are all the classics that have that special nostalgia that can hit you no matter who or where you are in life.’
She mentioned, ‘It was hard to narrow down, but I picked favorite classics that I knew I could make my own.’