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Norah Jones

Puss n Boots - FUV Live at Rockwood Music Hall - 2014

by Carmel Holt
Puss n Boots photo by Gus Philippas

Puss n Boots is the collaboration of three very talented singer songwriters: Sasha Dobson, Norah Jones and Catherine Popper.  After performing live together for years, they finally decided to record an album.  Ahead of the release of their debut album, No Fools, No Fun (which is out now) the band performed a live concert for an audience of WFUV Marquee members at Rockwood Music Hall, here in New York City.  

Puss n Boots - FUV Live at Clearwater - 2014

by Carmel Holt
Photo by Gus Philippas

After playing together live for half a dozen years, Norah Jones, Sasha Dobson, and Catherine Popper finally decided it was time to make their collaboration formal as a band. Puss n Boots is a loose and fun new direction for the three friends, and their set today not only showcased their individual talents, but also how they've found the freedom to explore new musical landscapes together.

Norah Jones - Live Concert - 2012

by Rita Houston
Noah Abrams

Norah Jones takes the stage with her new band at Tarrytown Music Hall, celebrating her new album 'Little Broken Hearts'. And, FUV's Rita Houston talked with Norah backstage about the new songs, and her main collaborator on the project: Danger Mouse. [recorded 04/11/12]

Public Radio Rocks!

by John Platt
Zoran Orlic

We probably don’t need to convince you about the invaluable role public radio plays in supporting music, but you can’t take some things for granted. So WFUV is proud to partner with NPR and other stations across the country as we declare April to be Public Radio Music Month.

Norah Returns to the Living Room

by John Platt

“My name is Norah, and this is my band. We’re going to play songs from my new album.” With those few words Norah Jones kicked off a rehearsal last night before an audience jammed into The Living Room.  (Some were folks who’d come for my monthly On Your Radar showcase of emerging artists and stumbled onto this little surprise.) Why there? Probably because The Living Room (albeit the original location around the corner) was where she got her start. Why now? She’s headed to Austin for a SXSW showcase this weekend.  

The Little Willies - Words and Music - 2012

by Rita Houston

'The Little Willlies: For The Good Times' The Little Willies (Lee Alexander, Jim Campilongo, Norah Jones, Richard Julian and Dan Rieser) have returned with 'For The Good Times' -- the rousing follow-up to their eponymous 2006 debut. Ahead of its 2012 release, the band previewed songs from the new album at a few select shows last fall, including a performance at The Bell House in Brooklyn.