Here's a gallery for the love of Norah Jones - the daughter of Ravi Shankar - as she performs for the first time in the ...
Norah and her half-sister Anoushka Shankar collaborated with Indian musician Karsh Kale on a song titled Easy in 2007 (Image courtesy: Frank W Ockenfels)
Norah released her debut album Come Away With Me, in 2002, which was nominated for eight Grammy awards, winning five (Image courtesy: Frank W Ockenfels)
Always interested in music, Norah played her first gig at 16, in a Dallas coffee shop where she performed I’ll Be Seeing You (Image courtesy: ...
Norah's album Feels Like Home (2004) earned her three Grammy nominations, and one win. (Image courtesy: Frank W Ockenfels)
Norah made her acting debut with Wong Kar Wai's 2007 film My Blueberry Nights (Image courtesy: Frank W Ockenfels)
Nine-time Grammy winning singer Norah Jones, who gave her maiden performance in the Capital on Tuesday, thanked Delhi, desi style. She kicked off her much awaited show with the number ‘Happy Pills’ from her latest album, Little Broken Hearts. “This is our second show in India and we are having a lot of fun."
Shukriya, for having us here,” she said while addressing her fans, even as she chose not to talk about her dad, sitar maestro Ravi Shankar, who passed away last year. The sold out show, which lasted for about 90 minutes, included numbers like ‘What Am I To You’, ‘Say Goodbye’, ‘Take It Back’, and others.
The show also saw singer-songwriter M Ward play some of his popular numbers such as ‘Chinese Translation’ and ‘Primitive Girl’. Norah ended her set with her biggest hit, and what her fans had been waiting to hear all night, ‘Come Away With Me’. Jones will end her three-city Indian tour in Bangalore tomorrow.