EMI Music extends deal with Norah Jones


MUMBAI: EMI Music Publishing has extended its relationship with songwriter and recording artist Norah Jones.


Jones has been signed to EMI Music Publishing since 2002, ahead of the release of her debut album Come Away With Me, and has since gone on to release two albums namely Feels Like Home and Not Too Late.


EMI Music Publishing chairman and CEO Roger Faxon said, “Norah Jones is one of the most talented and accomplished young songwriters and performers in the United States , with a long and illustrious career still ahead of her. Norah’s songs have always resonated with music fans of all ages, and we are very proud to be able to extend our publishing relationship with her.”


Come Away With Me won eight awards at the 2003 Grammy Awards, including Album of the Year. The follow-up Feels Like Home sold more than a million units in the United States in its first week of sale alone.