Even after colossal music industry success that can lead to a certain fluid view of time and deadlines, Norah Jones hates being late.
Although her meeting a few weeks back with reporters at one of the studios inside the Capitol Records building began only a few minutes behind schedule, she still apologized repeatedly. “I used to be the most on-time person I ever met and now I’m always like 10 or 15 minutes late,” she said.
“It’s more for me,” she explained with a laugh.
The idea of who Jones used to be has come up a lot in the run-up to her sixth album, “Day...
Capitol Records studio entrance on Yucca Street near Vine Street in Hollywood. The dispute over building a high-rise on the site of the old KFWB News 98 offices (the curved roof building) will soon be decided by the city.