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Published: 2013/01/28

Norah Jones To Sing At The Oscars

Photo via Norah Jones’ Facebook page

Norah Jones will perform her song “Everybody Needs A Best Friend” at this year’s Academy Awards ceremony on February 24. The tune, which is nominated for an Oscar for Best Original Song, was written by Seth McFarlane and Walter Murphy for McFarlane’s film Ted. She will perform the song on NBC’s Tonight Show with Jay Leno on February 8 as well. The singer will also begin an Australian tour in February, which will be followed her first ever performances in India the following month. In addition to those dates, Jones will join her band The Little Willies at the Stagecoach Festival in Indio, CA on April 26, and at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival on May 4. The Academy Awards will be broadcast on ABC on February 2 at 7PM EST. A full list of Jones’ upcoming tour dates can be found below.

As previously reported, Jones released her Little Broken Hearts Remix EP last week. The singer also recently put out Covers, a compilation of ten rare and unreleased cover songs recorded over the first ten years of her career.

Norah Jones 2013 Tour Dates

February 13 Perth, Australia—Riverside Theatre
February 15 Sydney, Australia—State Theatre
February 16 Sydney, Australia—State Theatre
February 17 Sydney, Australia—State Theatre
February 19 Brisbane, Australia—Brisbane Convention Centre
February 21 Melbourne, Australia—The Plenary
February 22 Adelaide, Australia—Festival Theatre
February 27 Singapore—Star Performing Arts Center
March 3 Mumbai, India –Summer Day’s Festival
March 5 New Delhi, India –Siri Fort Auditorium
March 8 Bangalore, India—Nice Grounds
April 26 Indio, CA—Stagecoach Festival*
May 4 New Orleans, LA—New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival*

(*) with The Little Willies

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Befuddled January 28, 2013, 18:23:37

Yawn…

i am too January 28, 2013, 20:44:53

what?

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