Norah Jones at Blossom Music Center

Norah Jones Tickets

Blossom Music Center | Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio

Norah Jones

Thrilled and can’t get enough of Norah Jones’s latest song, “Staring At The Wall?” Like millions of fans of the Jazz superstar, you might have been pleasantly surprised about the latest album drop of the nine-time Grammy award-winning singer-songwriter. Who wouldn’t be? Jones’s music has always resonated with all her fans; if you are one of them, this is your chance to see her live at the Blossom Music Center stage on July 11. Your summer will be extra memorable as you get to witness Jones perform songs from her latest album, “Visions,” along with her career-defining hits, including “Don’t Know Why,” “Sunrise,” “Come Away With Me,” and “Thinking About You,” among several others. The 44-year-old jazz artist will be joined by American singer and civil rights activist Mavis Staples. This is going to be an evening that will turn your Thursday night into an extraordinary one. Get your tickets now and prepare to take on a ride of class, talent, and high-level musicianship that only Norah Jones can deliver.

Modern jazz is what it is today, thanks to musicians like Norah Jones. She came into the scene as jazz started to dwindle in popularity. She brought the old-school genre back to prominence. Her style is traditional, a fusion of jazz and Southern sound from the 70s. In a time when synth, R&B, and punk rock were the mainstream favorites, she braved her way to record jazz music.

In 2002, as she began her solo career, she stunned with her debut album "Come Away with Me." In an instant, jazz was back on the charts and the mainstream. Calling this album a success is an understatement because she broke glass ceilings when it was released. Just from that album, she won five Grammys: Album of the Year, Record of the Year, Best New Artist, Best Pop Vocal Album, and Best Female Pop Vocal Performance. Beyond the awards, the album is diamond-certified with more than 27 million sales.

Her debut made her a star overnight, but what made her a mainstay among the best musicians of the 2000s was her sophomore album. "Feels Like Home" burst out in 2004. It made history when 1,022,000 copies of the album were sold in its first week. She won Record of the Year and Best Pop Collaboration with Vocals during that year's Grammy Awards.

The albums that followed maintained her success. Achieving stratospheric success on her first two albums made her career smooth sailing. Due to her big splash in the music scene, she is named one of Billboard's Artists of the 2000s Decade.

This year, the celebrated jazz musician will be on tour. This is in support of her upcoming studio album entitled "Visions." The tour calendar will bring her to 30 cities in North America. After the March 8 release, she will commence on April 18 at the Mavis Staples' 85th All-Star Birthday Concert. The last concert is on August 6 at the Rady Shell.

Fans residing in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, witness the performance of Norah Jones at the Blossom Music Center on July 11. Treasured blues singer and civil activist Mavis Staples will join her at this concert. Tickets are now on sale!

Norah Jones at Blossom Music Center

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