Norah Jones sings in Ann Arbor

. November 1, 2015.
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One of the most critically acclaimed artists of the past 15 years, eleven-time Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter Norah Jones visits Ann Arbor’s Michigan Theater November 2nd. The daughter of the late, world-renowned sitar player Ravi Shankar, Jones worked as a lounge singer before bursting into the public consciousness with her 2002 debut album, Come Away With Me, which won a Grammy for “Album of the Year” and has sold over 26 million copies worldwide. In addition to dipping a toe into almost every musical genre, Jones has dabbled in acting, parlaying her public persona into appearances in movies like Ted and They Came Together. Her latest solo work 2012’s Little Broken Hearts, in support of which she is still touring, features Jones’ unique music sensibility and breezy vocals at their absolute best.

Monday, November 2 | 8pm
$45-$80
Michigan Theater, 603 E. Liberty St.

734-668-8397 | michtheater.org

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