Nine-time Grammy winner Norah Jones thrilled her fans with a 'special' stunning performance in Delhi on Tuesday during a three-city tour of India.
The 33-year-old daughter of the late famous sitar player Ravi Shankar played the Siri Fort auditorium following an opener in Mumbai and treated the crowd to a mix of old and new jazz and blues numbers in her first ever show in the city, opening with 'Happy Pills'.
The stage was adorned with hanging origami cranes lit in different colours as Norah alternated between keyboards, piano and guitar to play a set including new songs 'Say Goodbye', 'Out On The Road', 'Take It Back' and 'Little Broken Hearts', also the title of her latest album.
She graciously bowed to audience demand to play 'Come Away With Me', 'Sunrise' and her most famous song 'Don't Know Why' before rounding off her 90-minute performance with 'Miriam', another track from 'Little Broken Hearts'.
Norah was due to perform a second Delhi gig last night before travelling to Bangalore's Manpho Convention Centre to round off the tour tomorrow.
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