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Dec 20, 2019

Sharon Van Etten released a new album, Remind Me Tomorrow, in January via Jagjaguwar (it was our Album of the Week). In September she shared a new more bluesy version of the album’s “Seventeen,” as a duet with Norah Jones. More

Sep 26, 2019

Sharon Van Etten released a new album, Remind Me Tomorrow, in January via Jagjaguwar. Now she has shared a new more bluesy version of the album’s single “Seventeen,” as a duet with Norah Jones. She has also shared a short documentary, entitled Departure, about the creation of the new version and her decision to move away from New York City after living there for 15 years. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Fat White Family, Lizzo, Sharon Van Etten, Cherry Glazerr, and More

Plus SOAK, SASAMI, POND, Beirut, Priests, Steve Gunn, and a Wrap-up of the Week's Other Notable New Tracks

Jan 11, 2019

Welcome to the first Songs of the Week of 2019. We took an extended break in December, as there aren’t too many notable new songs released at the end of the year (beyond endless Christmas covers), but the past week has been filled with exciting new album announcements, most accompanied by new singles worthy of consideration for this list. More

Mercury Rev Share a Cover of Bobbie Gentry’s “Okolona River Bottom Band” Featuring Norah Jones

The Delta Sweete Revisited Due Out February 8 via Partisan/Bella Union; Also Features Margo Price, Hope Sandoval, Phoebe Bridgers, Rachel Goswell,

Jan 09, 2019

Mercury Rev are releasing a new album, The Delta Sweete Revisited, on February 8 via Partisan and Bella Union. On the album they cover Bobbie Gentry’s 1968 “country-rock opera” The Delta Sweete in its entirety, each with a different guest singer. More

Mercury Rev Announce Bobbie Gentry Covers Album, Shares “Sermon” Cover Featuring Margo Price

The Delta Sweete Revisited Due Out February 8, 2019 via Partisan/Bella Union; Also Features Norah Jones, Phoebe Bridgers, Rachel Goswell, and More

Nov 14, 2018

Mercury Rev have announced a new album, The Delta Sweete Revisited, where they cover Bobbie Gentry’s 1968 “country-rock opera” The Delta Sweete in its entirety, each with a different guest singer, and have shared its first single, a cover of “Sermon” featuring Margo Price. More

May 24, 2017

Soundgarden frontman Chris Cornell passed away last week in Detroit after the band’s show at the Fox Theater. Cornell, who was only 52, was found unresponsive in his hotel room at the MGM Grand Detroit. More

Watch Jenny Lewis, Tegan and Sara, Moby, Colin Meloy, and More Perform in Bed for Bedstock

Charity Event Also Features Warpaint, Norah Jones, Lucy Dacus, and More

Nov 29, 2016

Today was Bedstock, an Internet charity music festival. It featured videos of various musicians performing songs in bed, including Jenny Lewis, Tegan and Sara, Moby, Warpaint, Norah Jones, Lucy Dacus, Radiation City, and others. More

Nov 20, 2012

This week on Black Friday Norah Jones will be releasing a limited edition 10’’ vinyl featuring four remixes of tracks from her Danger Mouse-collaborated LP Little Broken Hearts. More

Aug 03, 2012

Since releasing her newest album Little Broken Hearts earlier this year, jazzy chanteuse Norah Jones has been showing off a much different side of herself, one that’s frankly a little scary if her music videos are any indication. More

Jul 05, 2012

Is your best friend a foulmouthed teddy bear? Yeah, neither is ours. Norah Jones on the other hand, recently got friendly with one, recording an exclusive track for the new Seth MacFarlane raunch-fest, Ted. More

Watch: Norah Jones Plays “Letterman”

Performs "Happy Pills," Live on Letterman Webcast

May 03, 2012

Last night Norah Jones took to the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform on The Late Show with David Letterman. More

Apr 16, 2012

After recently demonstrating a hidden willingness for murder, Norah Jones has come forth with a full stream of her upcoming new album Little Broken Hearts. More

Watch: Norah Jones Video – “Happy Pills”

Little Broken Hearts Streets May 1

Apr 05, 2012

Norah Jones play the fool? Never! The chanteuse (whose new album Little Broken Hearts streets May 1) deals with a cheating boyfriend in new video, “Happy Pills.” We have the clip. More

Norah Jones Announces Summer Tour Dates

World Tour Begins May 25

Mar 20, 2012

Norah Jones announced today she’s hitting the road in support of forthcoming Danger Mouse-produced album Little Broken Hearts. We have the dates. More

Listen: Norah Jones – “Happy Pills”

Little Broken Hearts Out May 1

Mar 06, 2012

Today, Norah Jones revealed “Happy Pills,” the lead single from her Danger Mouse-produced album Little Broke Hearts (due out May 1). More

Feb 21, 2012

As previously reported singer/songwriter Norah Jones has teamed up with Danger Mouse on her upcoming full-length, Little Broken Hearts. More

Norah Jones Collaborates With Danger Mouse On New Album

Little Broken Hearts Out This Spring

Jan 24, 2012

Singer/songwriter Norah Jones has announced the release of a new album this spring called Little Broken Hearts. More

Norah Jones to Sing on New Belle and Sebastian Album

Song Will Also Be Featured on Upcoming Norah Jones Collaborative Collection

Aug 19, 2010

Norah Jones will be singing on the upcoming Belle and Sebastian album, Belle and Sebastian Write About Love, to be released October 12th by Matador. The song, “Little Lou, Ugly Jack, Prophet John,” will also be included on Norah Jones’ ...Featuring, a collection of her various collaborations with musicians from the past decade. More

Photos from Bonnaroo Music Festival 2010 - She & Him, The National, Conan O’Brien, and more

Plus: Local Natives, The Dodos, The Dead Weather, The Flaming Lips, Steve Martin, Phoenix, Mumford & Sons, and much more

Jun 16, 2010

Last weekend (June 11th - 13th), Bonnaroo was the place to be with performances from She & Him, The National, Local Natives, Fanfarlo, The Dodos, Here We Go Magic, Phoenix, Mumford & Sons, Conan O’Brien, Dr. Dog, The Dead Weather, Steve Martin, The Flaming Lips, The Dead Weather, Local Natives, Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, and many more. We sent photographer Matt Jones down to cover the action. Check out the full galleries of each day. More

Aug 20, 2009

Pop-jazz pianist and chanteuse Norah Jones will release her fourth studio album this November on Blue Note records. Using the untitled album as a chance for musical experimentation, Jones enlisted songwriting assistance from both Ryan Adams and Okkervil River’s Will Sheff. Adding some production umph is Jacquire King—who has previously worked with Tom Waits and Modest Mouse. More


May 21, 2012

One of the many frustrating things about Norah Jones is what appears to be a total unwillingness to push herself beyond her lyrical and vocal comfort zones. She’s a gifted vocalist, a good-enough pianist, and a gracious performer, and yetwithout exceptionher first four studio albums sound like one long, tiresome song. More