Norah Jones Adds Southern, Japanese Legs

The inimitable Norah Jones has announced a regional run of dates in the U.S. and an extended stay overseas.

The new dates open at the  in Nashville March 1 and continue for about two weeks, wrapping up in Louisville, Ky., March 17 at . The routing has three stops planned in Florida and includes a few states not always considered the South, like Ohio.

After the U.S., the former Pollstar HotStar has eight shows planned in Japan. Those include a two-night stand at  in Tokyo April 13 and 14 and a closer at  in Nagoya April 21.

Currently wrapping up a tour in Europe with support act , Jones’ next gig is tonight at Femina in Bordeaux, France. Once she wraps up Europe, Norah will head through the regional Northeast with a run of dates that starts in Kingston, N.Y. Nov. 28 and ends in Boston Dec. 10.

Jones is recognized as one of the world’s leading jazz aritsts and released her latest album, Day Breaks, in October.

Check out the music video for “Carry On” off the new project:

Here are the artist’s plans for 2017:

March 1 – Nashville, Tenn., Ryman Auditorium
March 3 – Birmingham, Ala., Concert Hall At The BJCC
March 4 – New Orleans, La., Saenger Theatre
March 6 – Pensacola, Fla., Saenger Theatre
March 7 – Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall
March 8 – Orlando, Fla., Bob Carr Perf. Arts Centre
March 10 – North Charleston, S.C., North Charleston Perf. Arts Center
March 11 – Atlanta, Ga., Fox Theatre
March 14 – Raleigh, N.C., Memorial Auditorium
March 16 – Cincinnati, Ohio, Taft Theatre
March 17 – Louisville, Ky., The Louisville Palace Theatre
April 9 – Sendai, Japan, Xebio Arena
April 11 – Sapporo, Japan, Nitori Hall
April 13 – Tokyo, Japan, Budokan Hall
April 14 – Tokyo, Japan, Budokan Hall
April 17 – Osaka, Japan, Castle Hall
April 18 – Fukuoka, Japan, Fukuoka Sunpalace
April 19 – Hiroshima, Japan, Hiroshima Ueno Gakuen Hall
April 21 – Nagoya, Japan, Century Hall

Tickets to most of the U.S. shows go on sale Nov. 18, except Louisville and Cincinnati, which go on sale Nov. 19. Tickets to the Japanese shows are available now, although most seem to have already sold out. The artist’s official website is