Norah Jones preps Danger Mouse-produced "Little Broken Hearts"
Brooklyn-born songstress Norah Jones is set to unveil her fifth studio album, "Little Broken Hearts," in the coming months, as well as a 2012 world tour in support of the effort.
Jones collaborated with producer/musician Danger Mouse (Gnarls Barkley, The Black Keys) on the album, sharing songwriting credits. The two met when Jones contributed vocals to Danger Mouse's 2011 release, "ROME."
Jones has two dates already on the books -- a June 29 performance in Rochester, NY, and an Aug. 10 show at Los Angeles' Hollywood Bowl. Tickets for the latter gig go on sale Friday (1/27); information isa available via the artist's website.
"Little Broken Hearts," the follow-up to Jones' 2009 album, "The Fall," will hit retailers later this year via Blue Note/EMI Records. No specific drop date has been announced.
Jones' 2009 platinum-selling album, "The Fall," debuted at No. 3 on The Billboard 200 and peaked at the top of the magazine's Top Rock Albums chart.
29 - Rochester, NY - Kodak Hall at Eastman Theater
10 - Los Angeles, CA - Hollywood Bowl