Rickie Lee Jones has announced a London show this summer, following on from the release of her new album ‘Pieces of Treasure’, released last week on BMG.
The show at the Jazz Café on 28th June will feature Jones, the Duchess of Coolsville, perform tracks from the album alongside further favourites from throughout her illustrious back catalogue.
Tickets for the show are on general sale on Friday 3rd May at 10am and available from Ticketmaster.co.uk.
‘Pieces of Treasure’ sees Jones reunite with her lifelong friend, legendary producer Russ Titelman. Titelman co-produced Jones’ star-making debut album, and her iconic 1981 album ‘Pirates’.
Throughout her career, the Grammy-winning singer songwriter has interpreted an extraordinarily wide range of songs and has recorded celebrated jazz-leaning albums including ‘Girl at Her Volcano’ and ‘Pop Pop’, but until now, she had never devoted an entire album to the American Songbook.
“This album is as much about being human, the view of surviving—which means aging, and loving relentlessly—as it is about anything,” says Jones.