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Norah Jones Swings Through Toronto, Montreal on World Tour

Norah Jones Swings Through Toronto, Montreal on World Tour
Is it just us or is Norah Jones starting to get sort of, well, cool? The jazz singing coffee shop staple seems have got a little more cred since teaming up with the likes of Jack White and Danger Mouse, so she may be able to bring out a whole new audience when she hits the road this summer.

The outing will be in support of the Danger Mouse-produced Little Broken Hearts, which arrives on May 1 via Blue Note/EMI. The tour will begin in Europe later in the month, and Jones will return to our continent the next month. She'll swing through Canada in July for gigs in Toronto and Montreal. See the schedule below.

Scroll past the tour dates to listen to the undeniably Danger Mouse-sounding album cut "Happy Pills."

Tour dates:

5/25 Paris, FR - Olympia Theater

5/26 Frankfurt, DE - Alte Opera

6/1 London, UK - Royal Festival Hall

6/2 London, UK - Royal Festival Hall

6/20 Indianapolis, IN - Murat Theater

6/22 Memphis, TN - Mud Island Amphitheater

6/23 Atlanta, GA - Fox Theater

6/24 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium

6/27 Vienna, VA - Wolf Trap

6/28 Philadelphia, PA - Man Center

6/29 Rochester, NY - Kodak Hall

7/1 Boston, MA - Bank of America Pavilion

7/2 Wallingford, CT - Oakdale Theatre

7/3 New York, NY - Central Park SummerStage

7/6 Toronto, ON - Massey Hall

7/7 Montreal, QC - Montreal Jazz Festival

7/14 Lucca, IT - Lucca Festival

7/16 Luxembourg, LU - Neumunster Abbey

7/17 Hamburg, DE - Stadtpark

7/19 Rattvik, SE - Dalhall

7/20 Molde, NO - Moldejazz Festival

7/22 Pori, FL - Pori Jazz Fest

8/7 Santa Barbara, CA - Santa Barbara Bowl

8/8 San Diego, CA - Copley Symphony Hall

8/10 Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl

8/12 Lake Tahoe, NV - Harvey's Outdoor Arena

8/15 Bend, OR - Les Schwab Amphitheater

8/17 Portland, OR - Edgefield Winery

8/18 Seattle, WA - Marymoor Amphitheater

8/21 Salt Lake City, UT - Red Butte Garden

8/23 Denver, CO - Red Rocks

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