Monday, March 29, 2004
The Observer | Magazine | Keeping up with Norah Jones
The Observer | Magazine | Keeping up with Norah Jones: "You might think that Jones has the makings of a diva - the questions under the door at night, her request for a moratorium on interviews, the memorisation of reviews - but these are symptoms not so much of grandness as discomfort, a desire to find her own way without being so closely watched. The shoots, the press, the endless exhausted gigs are par for the course - she accepts that. But Jones is getting used to a new and very public job, a job she only wanted part of (the playing itself), but which she wouldn't dream of complaining about because she's a well-brought-up girl aware of her good fortune. "