Time Out says

Nearly a decade after scooping a Grammy for 'Don't Know Why', Jesse Harris seems finally to have escaped the shadow of the song that he penned for Norah Jones. The songwriter certainly appears to enjoy a devoted following in Japan: he's spent the past couple of weeks touring the country in support of his soon-to-be-released album Sub Rosa, which was recorded in Rio de Janeiro and features guests including Conor Oberst, Bill Frisell and the aforementioned Ms Jones. For the final date of his tour, Harris is joined by local bossa nova duo Port of Notes and singer/guitarist Yuichi Ohata.

Details

Open July 16

Time Doors 5pm. Gig 6pm

Admission ¥6,500 on the door; ¥5,500 adv

Venue Duo Music Exchange

Address O-East Bldg 1F 2-14-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya, Tokyo

Transport Shibuya Station

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