NINE-TIME GRAMMY® WINNER NORAH JONES WAKES UP CANADA WITH LIVE PERFORMANCE ON CITYTV’S BREAKFAST TELEVISION, MAY 15
- Win tickets through Breakfast Television and 98.1 CHFI to be part of the live studio audience -
- Jones to perform two songs from her acclaimed new album ‘Little Broken Hearts,’ which debuted at No. 2 in Canada and the U.S. and Top 5 in 12 other countries including 6 No. 1 debuts –
(Toronto – May 10, 2012) Live from the heart of downtown Toronto at Citytv’s Yonge-Dundas studio, chart-topping artist Norah Jones takes to the stage for an intimate fan experience. A Canadian morning broadcast exclusive, this special performance and interview with Norah Joneswill air live on Toronto’s No. 1 morning television show, Breakfast Television on Citytvstarting at 8:10 a.m., on Tuesday, May 15 and on Breakfast Television in Calgary, Edmonton, Winnipeg and Vancouverduring each show’s regular broadcast. Fans of the songstress, hungry to hear more music and conversation can listen to The Erin and Mike Morning Showon Toronto’s No. 1 radio station, 98.1 CHFI.
With her fifth studio album, ‘Little Broken Hearts,’ Jones collaborates with Danger Mouse (aka Brian Burton) and has expanded her sound in thrilling and characteristically subtle ways. Twelve darkly luminous songs. Twelve little broken hearts. Each an exploration of wounded emotions from various perspectives that invariably leads to a place of beauty and uplift.
Norah Jones fans in Toronto and the Greater Toronto Area can tune-in to Breakfast Televisionand 98.1 CHFI beginning today to find out how they can win tickets to be part of the live studio audience on May 15.
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Charmaine Khan, Rogers Media, 416.764.3071 or Charmaine.Khan@rci.rogers.com