Norah Jones's New Album To Feature Ryan Adams and Will Sheff, Possibly Rule



Though Ryan Adams hasn't put out a great record in a while, we dig on the fact that he's become an Americana-fied, big belt buckled version of Bob Pollard—he cranks songs out and more often than not, they do the trick. Meanwhile, Will Sheff of Okkervil River has been on a songwriting tear as of late, having penned enough fireball lyrical turns to make most writers green with envy. Which is why Norah Jones enlisted the two to help co-write her forthcoming full-length alongside longtime collaborator Jesse Harris. Jones, a chanteuse more closely associated with piano bench fare for your Dad, will be playing guitar on this one, a change that might signal some eminent rocking and rolling. She, as some may recall, also helped Adams write "Dear John" for the latter's 2005 record with his Cardinals, Jacksonville City Nights. Soy lattes will be a'spilling. (via SPIN)

Norah Jones's New Album To Feature Ryan Adams and Will Sheff, Possibly Rule