I adore her, but I still think Springsteen was robbed!

Norah Jones Recording New CD, Performs On Willie Nelson TV Tribute
Grammy winner Norah Jones spent time in a New York studio during the month of April to track new tunes for her second solo CD.
According to her label’s website Jones was joined in the studio by her band, which includes guitarists Kevin Breit and Adam Levy, bassist Lee Alexander, drummer Andy Borger on drums, and Daru Oda on background vocals. The CD project is due sometime in early 2004.
Jones and her band are currently on tour, with upcoming stops in the Southeast early next month and a three-night stand at New York’s Beacon Theatre from June 23 through 25.
Meanwhile, we can catch Jones performing on the 70th birthday TV tribute to country star Willie Nelson. Willie Nelson & Friends: Kickin’ It Live will also feature performances by Ray Charles, Eric Clapton, Sheryl Crow, Wyclef Jean, Kris Kristofferson, Jerry Lee Lewis, Shelby Lynne, Steven Tyler, and others. The special airs on the USA Network on Monday (May 26) at 9 and 11 p.m., ET, and again on Saturday (May 31) at 2 a.m. ET.
Jones’ debut CD, Come Away With Me, earned a total of eight Grammy Awards this year. The album has been certified six times platinum for sales of more than six million copies, and remains in the Number One position on Billboard’s Top Contemporary Jazz Albums chart after 64 weeks.