Norah Jones is set to perform three concerts in Brazil this month as part of her latest tour.
Following a performance at Porto Alegre's Teatro Araujo Vianna on December 12, the US singer-songwriter will take to the stage at Via Funchal in Sao Paulo on December 15 before rounding off in style at Rio's Vivo Rio stage on December 16.
It represents the latest chance for her large Brazilian following to catch her live - as well as tourists wanting to add another memorable occasion to their tailor made holidays in Brazil - with the star last having performed in the country in 2010.
The singer's jazz-tinged melodies have taken on a new, more upbeat dimension in her most recent studio album, Little Broken Hearts, which was produced by Danger Mouse - the man also behind records by the likes of Gorillaz and Beck and who made up one half of Gnarls Barkley.
Excited Rio-based fan Malu Faletti said: "This album shows that she's growing more and more as an artist. It's different and I was surprised at first but I love it."
Jones, 33, is expected to play some of that new material as well as her ever-growing roster of hits for her Brazilian fans.
For the December 16 gig in Rio, doors open at 8pm and Jesse Harris is the supporting act.
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