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COMING HOME TO NORAH
VOGUE India|September 2020
COMING HOME TO NORAH
In an age of autotuned popbots, Norah Jones remains the new-world artist with an old-world charm. Understated and unspoilt by fame, even after nine Grammy awards, the musician opens up to Megha Mahindru about her private life and her hope for a better post-pandemic world
Megha Mahindru

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One of the first viral posts surrounding the coronavirus, even before Tom Hanks validated its widespread reach, was a video of Italian musicians occupying balconies in a flash-mob style. It was so widely shared that even Norah Jones, a reluctant social media user, couldn’t help sharing the cheer. “Music brings people together. It tells you that you're not alone,” she says, smiling faintly from her bed in New York through my Zoom window. “But it’s become a real roller coaster of feelings since, especially here in the States.”

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