Norah Jones Covers ‘Love Me’ During Solo Piano Set

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Norah Jones recently performed four songs for a solo piano session. Jones shared video of the set, which ended with a cover of the Elvis Presley-popularized “Love Me,” aka “Treat Me Like A Fool.”

The set came in support of Oxfam America and began with “Say Goodbye,” a song Norah wrote with Brian “Danger Mouse” Burton for inclusion on her 2012 studio album, Little Broken Hearts. Next up was Day Breaks track “Tragedy” and “Carnival Town” off Jones’ 2004 LP, Feels Like Home.

Norah Jones brought the 15-minute session to a close with “Love Me.” Jerry Lieber and Mike Stoller penned “Love Me,” which Elvis Presley released on his sophomore studio album — 1956’s Elvis.

Watch Norah Jones’ August 20 solo piano session below:


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