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Norah Jones playing the Mann in June

Last week at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, easygoing coffee house pop songstress Norah Jones served up a full-length preview of her upcoming album, Little Broken Hearts, which was produced by hipper-than-her knob twiddler Danger Mouse.

Norah Jones playing the Mann in June

Last week at the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas, easygoing coffee house pop songstress Norah Jones served up a full-length preview of her upcoming album, Little Broken Hearts, which was produced by hipper-than-her knob twiddler Danger Mouse. Jones had previously worked with the in-demand record man born Brian Burton on Rome, last year's Ennio Morricone-inspired Spaghetti Western music homage that also featured Jack White. Jones. who's pictured with her boots on at La Zona Rosa in Austin last Saturday, will bring her revamped sound to the Mann Center in Fairmount Park on June 28.

Tickets go on sale next Saturday March 31 via Ticketmaster or at the Mann box office. "Happy Pills," from Little Broken Hearts, is below. The album is out May 1.

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