Here We Go Again – Ray Charles featuring Norah Jones 13.
Loretta – Norah Jones featuring Gillian Welch and David Rawlings 14. Creepin’ In – Norah Jones featuring Dolly Parton 16.
Court & Spark – Herbie Hancock featuring Norah Jones 17.
More Than This – Charlie Hunter featuring Norah Jones 18.
She waited on tables and sang standards in local clubs, often appearing with the funk-fusion band which made to the top of Billboard album charts.
Jones brought home five Grammy Awards in 2003, inclusive of the top honors for best new artist, the album of the year and the song of the year for the hit with Vocals category.
Q-Tip then mounted a solo career with the 1999 release of Amplified.
Better still, when these side shows are grouped together as a main attraction, they manage to sound of a piece.She brought home the Down Beat’s Student Music Award for Best Jazz Vocalist and Best Original Composition and after that, she majored in jazz piano at the University of North Texas.Norah Jones with her father Ravi Shankar and half-sister Sue Jones In 1999 she moved to New York’s Greenwich Village after getting inspired by local musicians to write her own songs.Norah was very active in her school premises and participated in different activities.She used to sing in the school choir, participated in band and played the alto saxophone.(One album, Kamaal the Abstract, was ready to roll into stores in 2002 when it was halted; it was finally released by Jive in 2009.) His sophomore set finally appeared in late 2008 and earned its title, The Renaissance.