First-Ever Live Album Documents Globe-Spanning Performances Captured from 2017-2019!
With a sterling two decade career that boasts nine Grammys, 50 million albums sold, and the most-livestreamed performances of 2020, Norah Jones has accomplished nearly every feat in the music industry. But in April 2021, Blue Note releases Jones' first-ever live album, ‘Til We Meet Again. The collection presents globe-spanning performances from the US, France, Italy, Brazil, and Argentina that were recorded between 2017-2019. The first single "It Was You," was recorded at the 2018 Ohana Festival in Dana Point, CA with Pete Remm on organ, Christopher Thomas on bass, and Brian Blade on drums. Additional musicians featured on the album include bassist Jesse Murphy, guitarist Jesse Harris, flutist Jorge Continentino, and percussionist Marcelo Costa.
The 14 songs featured on ‘Til We Meet Again also span Jones' entire career from her 2002 debut Come Away With Me ("Don't Know Why," "I've Got To See You Again," "Cold, Cold Heart"), 2004's Feels Like Home ("Sunrise," "Those Sweet Words"), 2012's Little Broken Hearts ("After The Fall"), 2016's Day Breaks ("Flipside," "Tragedy"), as well as her more recent singles series ("It Was You," "Begin Again," "Just A Little Bit," "Falling," and the Grammy-nominated "I'll Be Gone"). The album closes with Jones' stunning solo piano performance of Soundgarden's "Black Hole Sun," a tribute to Chris Cornell that was recorded at the Fox Theatre in Detroit just days after Cornell's death following a performance at the same venue. The record was produced by Jones and Jamie Landry.