Norah Jones Will Support 'The Fall' Album With 2010 Tour

Norah Jones

In addition to the upcoming tour, Norah Jones also has remixes of her several songs coming out for digital and physical purchase.

Multiple Grammy Award-winning singer and songwriter Norah Jones announces a handful of tour dates to support her new album "The Fall". She will kick off the show on March 5, 2010 in Tulsa and wrap it up on May 15 in Atlanta.

"The Fall" is produced by Jacquire King, a noted producer who has worked with Kings of Leon and Tom Waits among others. Released across United States on November 17 and led by single "Chasing Pirates", the album debuts at No. 3 on Billboard Hot 200, scanning around 180,000 units in its first week on sale.

Norah has remixed several of the album's tracks, two of which are "That's What I Said" and "Chasing Pirates". She recently shared to Entertainment Weekly about the re-worked projects, "We decided to have people I admire do some remixes. [Ad-Rock and Mike D of] Beastie Boys did one, and Beck and Santogold." The remixes will be released digitally and on vinyl on January 12, 2010.

"The Fall" tour dates:

  • March 05 - Tulsa, OK at Brady Theater
  • March 06 - Kansas City, MO at The Midland
  • March 07 - Omaha, NE at Orpheum
  • March 09 - Des Moines, IA at Civic Center
  • March 11 - Akron, OH at E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall
  • March 12 - Louisville, KY at Whitney Hall
  • March 13 - Indianapolis, IN at Murat Theatre
  • March 15 - Madison, WI at Overture Hall
  • March 17 - St. Paul, MN at The O'Shaughnessy
  • March 19 - Milwaukee, WI at Riverside Theatre
  • March 20 - Chicago, IL at Chicago Theatre
  • March 25 - Boston, MA at Wang Theatre
  • March 26 - Mashantucket, CT at MGM Foxwoods
  • March 27 - New York, NY at WaMu Theater at Madison Square Garden
  • March 30 - Baltimore, MD at Lyric Opera House
  • April 01 - Charlottesville, VA at The Paramount Theater
  • April 02 - Washington, DC at Warner Theatre
  • April 03 - Philadelphia, PA at Tower Theatre
  • April 18 - Seattle, WA at Paramount Theatre
  • April 19 - Portland, OR at Arlene Schnitzer Hall
  • April 21 - San Francisco, CA at The Fillmore
  • April 23 - Los Angeles, CA at Orpheum Theater
  • April 24 - San Diego, CA at Spreckels Theatre
  • April 25 - Phoenix, AZ at Dodge Theater
  • April 28 - Albuquerque, NM at Kiva Auditorium
  • April 29 - El Paso, TX at Plaza Theatre
  • May 01 - Austin, TX at Stubb's Bar-B-Q
  • May 04 - Dallas, TX at Majestic Theatre
  • May 05 - Houston, TX at Verizon Wireless Theater
  • May 06 - Mobile, AL at Saenger Theatre
  • May 08 - Memphis, TN at Orpheum Theatre
  • May 09 - Birmingham, AL at Alabama Theatre
  • May 11 - Asheville, NC at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium
  • May 12 - Charlotte, NC at Ovens Auditorium
  • May 14 - Nashville, TN at Ryman Auditorium
  • May 15 - Atlanta, GA at Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre



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