NORAH JONES to Play at Ampitheater Of The Exhibition Park
"Come away" with Norah Jones as she plays the Ampitheater of the Exhibition Park on Dec. 4, 2019.
Seven years have passed since the successful show that Norah Jones offered in Lima, an absolute sell-out in record time that left in the audience the memory of an intimate concert that dazzled everyone. This time, the singer, composer, pianist, actress and winner of nine Grammy awards, returns to Peru to offer a unique concert at the Amphitheater of the Exhibition Park.The acclaimed singer-songwriter, who has more than 50 million albums sold and a long career that places her as one of the most creative and talented women in the music industry, will return to Lima to offer a reunion concert with her Peruvian fans. Her album Come Away With Me, released in 2002, calling itself "the little disc of bad mood", surprised listeners with its closeness, sensuality and brutal sincerity. With this production, Jones stole the heart of half the world and became a phenomenon. The same 17-year-old girl who grew up in New York continues to captivate audiences with beautiful melodies that combine elements of jazz, blues, soul, country and pop today.
Since her debut, Jones has released a series of critically acclaimed and successful solo albums: Feels Like Home (2004), Not Too Late (2007), The Fall (2009), Little Broken Hearts (2012) and Day Breaks (2016). She has collaborated with artists as diverse as Willie Nelson, Outkast, Herbie Hancock and Foo Fighters. The album Little Broken Hearts, produced by Danger Mouse, was considered a fascinating step in the artistic evolution of one of the most intriguing singer-songwriters in the world of music.With Day Breaks, Jones returned to her jazz roots and also showed that she is the quintessential American singer-songwriter, providing an unequivocally unique sound that weaves the threads of several fundamental styles of American music: country, folk, rock, soul and jazz. On her most recent production, Begin Again (2019), her vocal power is captivating and floats on a minimum of percussion and ambient piano.
Don't miss your chance to see Jones in concert, whether it's your first time or another chance to see your favorite artist!