"I knew I was going to be famous later in life," Sharon Jones says as she leans in close across her kitchen counter. The lead singer of the soul outfit Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings is talking about the time her mom persuaded the then-skeptical 18-year-old to visit a tea reader, Madame Cohen. The soothsayer predicted a close friend’s house would catch fire but that everyone would survive. Weeks later, Jones's pastor called saying a fellow church member’s house was burning, but nobody was hurt. So she thought back to the other prophecies. You'll travel, play music, be happy and well-off had been among them. Jones, who lives with a friend upstate, leans back on her stool and looks at the small kitchen TV playing The View on mute. "I’m 57 years old, and things are finally happening for me."