This Sunday, February 3rd at 9E/6P Norah Jones performs before an intimate crowd at NYC’s legendary Metropolis Studios on Storytellers. Norah Jones opens up on her past heartbreaks, her early days as a struggling musician in New York, her deep love of country music and other influences that have shaped her iconic songwriting. A highlight of the evening included Jones’ account of her first meeting with her future label, Blue Note Records. An unknown artist at the time looking for her big break, Jones talked about her anxiety before the meeting and her subsequent journey from traditional jazz singer to contemporary singer/songwriter. That journey led to the eventual release of her blockbuster, Grammy award-winning first album, “Come Away With Me.” This episode features performances of her mega-hit “Don’t Know Why” along with “Little Broken Hearts” and “Happy Pills” from her new album, “Little Broken Hearts.”
Storytellers is a VH1 original series in which a singer/songwriter performs and tells stories in front of an intimate audience about their life in the industry, writing lyrics, playing with other musicians and their career. The series started in 1996 with Ray Davies. Since then, episodes have featured David Bowie, Kanye West, Bruce Springsteen, Mary J. Blige, Green Day, Elton John, Coldplay, Jay-Z, Billy Joel, Pearl Jam, Dixie Chicks, Johnny Cash, Foo Fighters, John Mayer and Christina Aguilera among many others.
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The seven-time Grammy® Award-winning Mayer treated his fans to a rare and intimate performance, at Brooklyn’s Steiner Studios in New York City. This exclusive performance features a showcase of his new album “Battle Studies” and gives fans a unique opportunity to learn more about the inspiration behind his music. Catch Storytellers with John Mayer Sunday January 27th at 9E/6P.