Tori Amos – 2014 Concert Schedule
Tori Amos' music has been adored by fans for generations since her explosive
debut in the 90s. Tackling topics like feminism, religion, history, and misogyny, her music has brought together fans from
all over, and she continues to redefine her unique sound. With an estimated 12 million albums sold worldwide, Tori Amos' music
seems to resonate with people everywhere. Now fans can look forward to seeing Tori Amos perform this year at venues and events
like Vancouver's Orpheum Theatre, Seattle's Paramount Theatre, Los Angeles' Greek Theatre, the Britt Festival in Jacksonville,
San Diego's Humphrey's By the Bay, Dallas' Winspear Opera House, and many more. With so many concert dates lined up for 2014,
fans far and wide will be able to see this incredible performer show off her talents live in concert. To see one of the most
prominent female singer-songwriters around, be sure to visit StubHub for your concert tickets!
About Tori Amos
to popularity in the early 90s, Tori Amos first got her breakthrough when she released the album, "Little Earthquakes." With
songs like "Crucify," "Silent All These Years," and "China," the album reached the number 54 position on the Billboard 200
chart, and it was later voted in as the 66th "Greatest Album of All Time" by readers of Q Magazine. After the whirlwind success
of her breakthrough album, Tori Amos went on to release her second studio album, "Under the Pink." Her second album also proved
to be a success, reaching number 12 on the charts. "Under the Pink" was loved by critics as well, and it was featured on the
list of "500 CDs You Must Own" by Blender magazine.
Taking her music in a slightly different direction, Tori Amos headed
to rural locations in Ireland and Louisiana to record her third studio album, "Boys for Pele." The album quickly reached number
2 on the Billboard 200 chart, and it was noted for its unique combination of different sounds, including gospel choirs, harpsichords,
and a full orchestra. In 1998, Tori Amos followed up with her fourth album, "From the Choirgirl Hotel," which was marked by
a more rock-oriented sound. Upon its release, the album entered the chart at the number 5 position, with over 150,000 copies
sold in the first week alone. The success of "From the Choirgirl Hotel" earned Tori Amos two Grammy nominations for Female
Rock Vocal Performance and Alternative Music Performance. With singles like "Spark," "Jackie's Strength," and "Raspberry Swirl,"
the album was a popular hit with fans.
Evolving her sound even more, Tori Amos started to experiment with electronica
on her next album, titled "To Venus and Back." The album entered the Billboard 200 chart at the number 12 position, and it
sold over 100,000 copies in the first week. The album was quickly certified platinum, and it maintained a place on the charts
for over 10 weeks. During the decade that followed, Tori Amos continued to release a number of albums, including "Strange
Little Girls" in 2001, "Scarlet's Walk" in 2002, "The Beekeeper" in 2005, "American Doll Posse" in 2007, "Abnormally Attracted
to Sin" in 2009, and more.
Tori Amos' Breakthrough Album
Tori Amos released her breakthrough album in
1992, titled, "Little Earthquakes," which exposed her signature sound to the world. Known for her simple style of piano and
vocals, Tori Amos began to dominate the genre, and songs like "Silent All These Years" and "Crucify" helped to push her along.
After her breakthrough album, Tori Amos followed up with her next album, "Under the Pink," which likewise was a hit with fans
and critics. Throughout the years that followed, Tori Amos' albums remained fixtures of various "best of" lists, and she scored
a Grammy nomination for her album, "From the Choirgirl Hotel." Tori Amos' most recent release is "Unrepentant Geraldines,"
which marks her fourteenth studio album. The album quickly shot to the number 7 position on the Billboard 200 chart upon its
release, proving that this songstress has still got it.
Tori Amos Trivia
Did you know that Tori Amos attended
the Peabody Conservatory of Music on a full scholarship?
At just age five, Tori Amos was awarded a full scholarship
to the prestigious Peabody Institute, making her the youngest person to have been admitted. However, this budding singer-songwriter
was expelled just several years later at eleven, making her also the youngest person to have been expelled from the school.
Award-winning singer Tori Amos has become one of the most successful songstresses around, with
unforgettable hit songs like "Crucify," "God," "Silent All These Years," and "A Sorta Fairytale." Having recently released
her fourteenth studio album, "Unrepentant Geraldines," Tori Amos is underway on another exciting concert tour, and you don't
want to miss this show. Playing all of your favorite songs, in addition to new material from "Unrepentant Geraldines," Tori
Amos' show is sure to be a blast for any fan.