Norah Jones Wants Us to Carry On

Who doesn’t love Norah Jones? Grammy-award winning Jones has been hitting us soulful since 2002 with her debut that had us realizing again that blue-eyed soul comes in all sizes and packages. “Carry On” is her current single off her upcoming album “Day Breaks Due,” which is set to release on Oct 7th. The album will also feature covers of Neil Young and Duke Ellington. The album brings her back to her original roots, piano driven jazz. The video depicts “Carry On” from an interesting perspective from Jones’ point of view as she is serenading an elderly couple dancing and cooking in their kitchen, almost like a voyeur that is looking for insight into couples that grow old together. Jones has said this album for her is like coming full circle and back to where she started. So slip on the song while you put your feet up and get ready to hum along. Norah is back!

Pre-order “Day Breaks Due” and receive an instant download of “Carry On.” Check out Jones’ web store for more information.

Listen here.

Watch here.

01 “Burn”
02 “Tragedy”
03 “Flipside”
04 “It’s A Wonderful Time For Love”
05 “And Then There Was You”
06 “Don’t Be Denied”
07 “Day Breaks”
08 “Peace”
09 “Once I Had A Laugh”
10 “Sleeping Wild”
11 “Carry On”
12 “Fleurette Africaine (African Flower)”

Tour dates:
08/10 Denver, CO @ Ellie Caulkins Opera House
09/23 Denton, TX @ Oaktopia
10/18 Vancouver, BC @ Queen Elizabeth Theatre **
10/19 Seattle, WA @ Benaroya Hall **
10/20 Portland, OR @ Keller Auditorium **
10/25 Los Angeles, CA @ Greek Theatre **
10/27 Santa Barbara, CA @ Santa Barbara Bowl **
10/28 Oakland, CA @ Paramount Theatre
11/08 Milan, Italy @ Teatro degli Arcimboldi
11/09 Padova, Italy @ Granteatro Geox
11/11 Lyon, France @ Ampitheatre Cite des Congres
11/12 Lille, France @ Theatre Sebastapol
11/14 London, UK @ Palladium
11/15 Paris, France @ Salle Pleyel
11/16 Bordeaux, France @ Teatre Femina
11/21 Paris, France @ Olympia (Blue Note Festival)
11/28 Kingston, NY @ Ulster PAC
11/29 New York, NY @ Beacon Theatre
12/02 Philadelphia, PA @ Academy of Music
12/03 Washington, DC @ Lincoln Theatre
12/08 Providence, RI @ The VETS
12/09 Portland, ME @ State Theatre
12/10 Boston, MA @ Orpheum Theatre

Allison Shaw, LVBX MagazineAllison got her big break in the music industry by writing for MTV/Vh1 where she interviewed everyone from Prince, to Elton John, Lenny Kravitz, Blink 182 and many more. From there she started Hyperactive Music Magazine that went national. Shaw then produced several big festivals and went to work for Rachael Ray’s Entertainment company. Shaw started Manic Monkee MGMT which manages bands and does brand strategy for all kinds of brands in music/tech/consumer products and aligns brands with events. The company also produces events. Shaw is also on the Board Of Directors for non-profit music charity Sweet Relief. Follow her on Twitter at @manicmonkee.



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