Her European dates start January 19 in Norway and Krall croons to audiences in Sweden, Denmark, France, the U.K., Switzerland and Germany before crossing the Atlantic for her U.S. run.

The popular jazz revivalist recently wrapped a string of 16 sold-out Canadian dates. That’s how it goes for virtually all of her shows.

In addition to stellar concert and album sales, and the prestige of being the first jazz artist in 25 years to be nominated for a Grammy for album of the year, Krall is a major crowd pleaser. Sticking mostly to 1,500-3,000 seat venues, she consistently packs the house on her own merit.

Throughout her touring career, Krall has maintained a phenomenal average, selling 94 percent of her tickets.

The new tour showcases the cinematic ballads and bossa nova tunes from Krall’s latest album, The Look Of Love, which was released in September and debuted at No. 9 On Billboard’s Top 200 album chart.