Singer Norah Jones, who's sold millions of albums and taken home nine Grammy Awards, will perform in Omaha in October.
Jones will take the stage at the Orpheum Theater on Oct. 12.
Jones' new album, "Little Broken Hearts," was released last week and, if you couldn't tell by the name, deals with heartbreak.
She made the album with producer Brian Burton, better known as Danger Mouse from Gnarls Barkley, and it has a darker tone.
The album's first single, "Happy Pills," was written by Burton and Jones and features some happier music.
"It was just really happy sounding, which was a little different from the rest of the album -- not that the album is depressing, but the songs are a little darker on the rest of the album," Jones told Spinner.com. "It was very happy and it wouldn't get out of our heads, so we decided to sort of make the lyrics a little more on the dark side, maybe even mean or kind of silly, but in a mean way. It kind of was a nice juxtaposition between the happy music and the darker lyrics."
Tickets to Jones' performance go on sale May 18 at 10 a.m. at TicketOmaha.com, the Ticket Omaha box office or by phone at 402-345-0606.