2004 – Norah Jones stays at No. 1 in the Billboard album charts with her second album, Feels Like Home. The highest new entry is rap duo Young Gunz’s Tough Luv at No. 3.
2004 – Norah Jones has the No. 1 album in the United States after selling a whopping 1.02 million copies of her sophomore record, Feels Like Home. “Through the Wire” rapper Kanye West’s first album The College Dropout debuts at No. 2.
2003 – Norah Jones wins eight Grammys, including Album of the Year for Come Away With Me. At the show, Bruce Springsteen, “Little Steven” Van Zandt, Dave Grohl of the Foo Fighters, Tony Canal of No Doubt, and Elvis Costello perform The Clash’s “London Calling” as a tribute to the late Joe Strummer.
2002 – Ailing music giant EMI – home to the Beatles and Norah Jones – announces it will cut 400 acts from its roster in an effort to save $140 million.