When singer-songwriter and pianist Norah Jones swapped her birthplace of Texas for life in New York in 1999, she started out singing jazz standards in clubs and restaurants. However, she soon found herself immersed in Manhattan's singer-songwriter scene. By the time her debut album Come Away With Me was released on Blue Note in 2002, her sound had changed and become a synthesis of acoustic pop, soul, country, and jazz. This approach quickly brought her worldwide fame. Jones has now sold 45 million records and won nine Grammy Awards. Moreover, albums like Feels Like Home (2004), The Fall (2009), and Little Broken Hearts (2012) were well received by both critics and the public. On her latest album Day Breaks, Jones returns to her jazz roots and the sound of her debut. She shows not only that she has grown and matured but that her craftsmanship is more refined than ever.