PBS' Soundstage: Jonesing for Norah


In the age of the instantly downloadable single, musicians rarely have the opportunity to perform their deep cuts on TV. Which is what makes PBS' Soundstage such a gem. "We want people to experience more than just the one song on iTunes," says exec producer Don Maggi. In tonight's Norah Jones concert (10/9c), that includes selections from the chanteuse's latest CD, The Fall. "I think TV is a great way to showcase live performance," says Jones. "Some music stations don't even play music anymore! So thank God for shows like these."


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