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Norah Jones Reviews

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Average customer review: 2.0 star rating (2.2 Stars)

Number of reviews: 11

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5.0 star rating Chris B from New York, New York

NORAH JONES IS BRILLIANT

These moronic reviews that criticize Norah for not being more engaging with the audience are completely shortsighted. Nobody asked Van Gogh to cook. Appreciate the genius of Norah's vocals, piano and guitar play. We just saw her show at Port Chester on 5/10/24 and it was incredible. 5 stars, if you have an opportunity to see Norah live, GO!.

3.0 star rating Donna from Boston, Massachusetts

BORING BUT EXCELLENT MUSICALLY

Nora Jones is a huge talent and her band was excellent. She sounded great but lacked warmth and chattiness us Bostonians expect. I kept looking at my watch wondering when she would do Don't Know Why I Didn't Come. Her song choices were not amongst the best as they dragged and you never knew when they would end. For musical quality I would give it 5 stars but performance wise I think a smaller more intimate venue would have been better.

3.0 star rating Annemarie from Boston, Massachusetts

HATED OPENING ACT

i think we had 30 min of 2 people opening and almost as long for the set up. the main back up singer tried to wiggle a lot,dont know why. she was on the piano and it was placed on the left so i barely saw her and i was in the first row to the left. selection of songs wasn't the best. barely talked to audience. but her voice was fabulous. i guess she's not a live performer. better on cds but i'm glad i went.

2.0 star rating James Byrne from Cambridge,Ohio

COLUMBUS,OHIO,2017,OHIO THEATRE

Singing was great. Loved that.No showmanship. Introduced each band member after every couple of songs. Did it when the audience was still clapping.Could not hear their names. She was not even intoduced at the start.We were sitting in the back and didn't even know it was her at first. She never said hi , bye or anything at the end. Didn't know it was the end til the lights came on. No interaction with the audience at all.Still like her though.

2.0 star rating J Dwyer from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

NOT WORTH THE MONEY

Like the artist's music but dull on stage. Never even said "hello Pittsburgh" (not sure if she knew where she was), never said anything positive or about other musicians on stage, never said anything about her songs (e.g., explain inspiration), only engage the audience once for a few words. Lame light show and lame 2 song encore. Didn't improvise much at all. I was hoping when she plugged in the electic guitar that she would then liven up. Nope, just played one song w/ it and never jammed. Possibly the most boring concert I've ever seen since 35 years of concert-going. Paid around $400 for really good seats and actually enjoyed the warm-up comedian more than Ms. Jones.

2.0 star rating Jennifer S. from Denver, Colorado

RED ROCKS WAS THE BEST PART

She sounded beautiful and that didn’t disappoint, but we could have just listened to the CD at home. There was no interaction or warmth. She comes off as aloof and ambivalent tgat there is an audience. Half of the venue left mid concert. It was a steady stream out.

2.0 star rating Margo from San Francisco, California

JESUS BAND AS OPENER

This was the most offensive experience. The opening band for Nora Jones was a Christian group that sang Jesus songs for a half an hour. I am fueled by indignation that in a country where Christian values are being imposed on the women of this country that I would buy a ticket for a Nora Jones concert that I assumed was non secular and be subjected to 45 minutes of religious music. This was offensive and off putting.

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