Norah Jones Honors Chris Cornell with Performance of 'Black Hole Sun'She appeared to address Cornell: "Thanks for giving us a lot of love. We love you." Then, she performed a passionate, reverential version of Soundgarden's signature song.
Stephen Colbert and Norah Jones Sing Worst Christmas Song Ever"It's my understanding that McCartney's "Wonderful Christmastime" cannot be played to prisoners of war under the Geneva Convention," wrote a Twitter user Colbert quoted in his intro.
Norah Jones's Artistic Vision: 'I’m Gonna Do What I Love'After a few stylistically different albums, she returned to the piano bench on her new album, "Day Breaks."
Norah Jones Releases New Track 'Tragedy'It's the second single from her upcoming album 'Day Breaks.'
Norah Jones Gets Political on 'Flipside'"I was really affected by the news and everything that’s been going on in the world."
Annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts Announce 2016 Line-UpNeil and Pegi Young's annual all acoustic, non-profit charity event returns, bringing with them an eclectic group of artists to the Shoreline stage...
Norah Jones Shares New Song 'Carry On'The track is the first single from Jones' new album Day Breaks which will be released on October 7th.
28th Annual Bridge School Benefit Concerts 2014 Line-UpThe 28th annual Bridge School benefit concerts are coming October 25 and October 26 to Shoreline Amphitheatre.
Seth MacFarlane Announces Christmas Album Featuring Norah Jones, Sara BareillesIt's only May, but Seth MacFarlane is getting in the Christmas spirit.
Why Billie Joe Armstrong Made a Country Duets Album With Norah JonesBillie Joe Armstrong made a country record, and no one is more surprised about this than the Green Day frontman himself.
November Album Releases: Lady Gaga, Avril Lavigne, Billie Joe & Norah Jones, And MoreNovember has some big released from some of Alice's favorite artist hitting music retail. Here's a quick break-down of what is coming ...
Listen: Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong & Norah Jones Unite For Everly Brothers Tribute AlbumRecorded over just nine days at a Manhattan recording studio with a small clutch of musicians, the album features a slew of country music standards by the likes of Tex Ritter and Gene Autry.