Norah Jones, at Red Butte Garden on Aug. 21, is premiering her new album "Little Broken Hearts" with an NPR Music Exclusive First Listen.
The album—which was produced by Danger Mouse and will be released by EMI’s Blue Note Records on May 1—can now be streamed in its entirety for a limited time ahead of its release at the NPR Music website: http://www.npr.org/2012/04/15/150302373/first-listen-norah-jones-little-broken-hearts?ps=mh_fl
In addition to appearances on CBS' Late Show With David Letterman (May 2), ABC' Good Morning America (May 3), ABC's The View (May 7), and The Rachael Ray Show (May 9), Jones will also be taping an episode of VH1 Storytellers that will air on June 8.
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