Though born to sitar virtuoso Ravi Shankar, Norah Jones has developed her own style of music most have dubbed jazz-informed pop. The singer, songwriter and pianist began with a splash - her 2002 debut “Come Away With Me” garnered eight Grammy Awards and earned diamond certification with well over 10 million copies sold nationwide.
Jones has completed sold-out concerts and tours on most continents, with ticket buyers eager to hear her well-known singles, like “Don’t Know Why,” “Sunrise” and “Come Away With Me.” She’s also fronted a mostly-classic country covers band, The Little Willies. That five-piece outfit has dropped two albums, both of which have landed in the Top 10 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart.
In the years since her mainstream introduction, Jones has unleashed four more solo studio sets, as well as a 2010 covers collection with a host of special guests. Though all have been well received, none have matched the magnitude of her first studio release.