Norah Jones is one of music's busiest artists. In addition to her solo career, working with Green Day's Billie Joe Armstrong on a record of Everly Brothers covers and showing up in the movie 'Ted,' she's also a member of Puss N Boots.
You wouldn't think that a glamorous, chart-topping, Grammy-winning jazz piano player would have a ton in common with a plucky little Swedish indie band, would you? Neither did we, until we learned of a new remix of Norah Jones' 'Miriam' by Peter Bjorn and John.
Launching a turntable so it can play the first vinyl record in outer space may be in Jack White’s distant future, but his immediate plans are much more down to earth: touring in support of his first solo album, 'Blunderbuss,' which made its Billboard 200 chart debut at No. 1.
Norah Jones released her fifth studio album, 'Little Broken Hearts,' this week, and it's already received some of the strongest reviews of her career -- including positive mentions from Entertainment Weekly and the New York Daily News. You can hear what all the fuss is about in this clip from Norah's Wednesday (May 2) appearance on 'The Late Show with David Letterman,' featuring Jones and her band