Norah Jones hits the road to support ‘The Fall’

In support of her new album, ‘The Fall,’ multiple Grammy Award-winning artist Norah Jones has announced plans to hit the road for a U.S. tour kicking off March 5, 2010. The tour will see the singer making 36 stops and staying on the road through May.

Jones will also be premiering several remixes from ‘The Fall’ this week with three tracks featured on three different websites throughout the week. On December 1, RCRD LBL will present “That’s What I Said (The NYC Remix by Adrock and Mike D).” On December 2, Stereogum will present “Chasing Pirates (Santigold and Snotty Remix).” On December 3, Artist Direct will present “Chasing Pirates (Droogs Remix),” which was created by a remix collective that included Beck. The remixes will be released digitally and on vinyl on January 12, 2010.

‘The Fall’ see Jones experimenting with a new set of collaborators – including Jacquire King, a noted producer and engineer who has worked with Kings of Leon, Tom Waits, and Modest Mouse among others.

The singer also teamed with several songwriting collaborators, including Ryan Adams and Okkervil River’s Will Sheff, as well as her frequent partner Jesse Harris. King also helped Jones put together a new group of musicians to perform on the album – which features drummers Joey Waronker (Beck, R.E.M.) and James Gadson (Bill Withers), keyboardist James Poyser (Erykah Badu, Al Green), and guitarists Marc Ribot (Tom Waits, Elvis Costello) and Smokey Hormel (Johnny Cash, Joe Strummer).
 
Norah Jones – 2010 U.S. Tour Dates include:
 
March 5   Tulsa, OK     Brady Theater
March 6   Kansas City, MO   The Midland
March 7   Omaha, NE   Orpheum
March 9   Des Moines, IA  Civic Center
March 11  Akron, OH E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall
March 12  Louisville, KY  Whitney Hall
March 13  Indianapolis, IN   Murat Theatre
March 15  Madison, WI   Overture Hall
March 17  St. Paul, MN  The O’Shaughnessy
March 19  Milwaukee, WI  Riverside Theatre
March 20  Chicago, IL  Chicago Theatre
March 25  Boston, MA   Wang Theatre
March 26  Mashantucket, CT  MGM Foxwoods
March 27  New York, NY   WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden
March 30  Baltimore, MD  Lyric Opera House
April 1  Charlottesville, VA  The Paramount Theater
April 2  Washington, DC  Warner Theatre
April 3  Philadelphia, PA  Tower Theatre
April 18  Seattle, WA   Paramount Theatre
April 19  Portland, OR  Arlene Schnitzer Hall
April 21  San Francisco, CA The Fillmore
April 23  Los Angeles, CA  Orpheum Theater
April 24  San Diego, CA  Spreckels Theatre
April 25  Phoenix, AZ   Dodge Theater
April 28  Albuquerque, NM  Kiva Auditorium
April 29  El Paso, TX  Plaza Theatre
May 1  Austin, TX  Stubb’s Bar-B-Q
May 4  Dallas, TX  Majestic Theatre
May 5  Houston, TX  Verizon Wireless Theater
May 6  Mobile, AL   Saenger Theatre
May 8  Memphis, TN  Orpheum Theatre
May 9  Birmingham, AL  Alabama Theatre
May 11  Asheville, NC  Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
May 12  Charlotte, NC  Ovens Auditorium
May 14  Nashville, TN  Ryman Auditorium
May 15  Atlanta, GA    Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre

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