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    Tori is touring in 2017 to support the release of Native Invader. The European legs runs from early September through early October and the North American leg runs from late October to early December. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.

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    Tori Amos News

    Be sure to check out our other sections, Tour — where setlists and other concert-related material will be updated daily while Tori is on tour — and You. Lots of interesting stuff!

    Zoom In Online ADP Review

    Sunday, May 13, 2007 | 10:36 UTC | Posted by Violet | Reviews

    Zoom In Online has a long review of American Doll Posse up. Thanks, Amanda!


    Tori Interview For Newsweek Entertainment (May 11, 2007)

    Sunday, May 13, 2007 | 07:18 UTC | Posted by Violet | Articles

    I go into the steam and sauna and lock the door and I put on music and I dance my ass off! But I’m a terrible dancer! Terrible. — Tori Amos

    In a web exclusive interview for Newsweek Entertainment, Jac Chebatoris gets Tori to talk about dancing, wine, Tash, and coping with promotion. Cheers to Toni for the heads-up!

    Tori Amos is a Goddess
    On her new album, the unconventional singer creates a world of heavenly women. And they have their own blogs.


    Stylus Magazine ADP Review

    Sunday, May 13, 2007 | 06:50 UTC | Posted by Violet | Reviews

    Pat informed us of Stylus Magazine’s review of American Doll Posse. Grade: D+


    City Life Magazine ADP Review

    Sunday, May 13, 2007 | 06:36 UTC | Posted by Violet | Reviews

    Mark Licea told us about this American Doll Posse review from Las Vegas’s City Life Magazine.


    Tori Question On "Ask Billboard"

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 | 22:40 UTC | Posted by Violet | Releases

    The following question from a Toriphile was in Ask Billboard (May 4th, 2007):

    Hi Keith,

    Being something of an obsessive fan of Tori Amos, I’ve always wondered why I keep hearing vague mutterings that her 1996 “Boys for Pele” album (my personal favorite) is her highest seller in the U.S. I find this surprising, considering the anecdotal evidence I keep hearing of people preferring her somewhat less obscure earlier albums (“Little Earthquakes” and “Under the Pink”).

    Since she’ll presumably be back in the upper reaches of the Billboard 200 next week with “American Doll Posse,” I was wondering if you could let me know sales figures for her albums to date.

    Roozi Araghi
    Canberra, ACT, Australia

    Hello Roozi,

    Those mutterings you’re hearing are all wrong. “Boys for Pele” is Amos’ third-best seller in the U.S., according to Nielsen SoundScan. It has sold 1 million units in America, while “Little Earthquakes” (1.9 million) and “Under the Pink” (1.4 million) are tops.

    Amos’ new album, “American Doll Posse,” is on track to become her sixth top 10 album on The Billboard 200 when it debuts next week. (Note: This column was written on May 4.)

    Thanks, Ivan!

    Mini Video Interview On EuroNews

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 | 22:17 UTC | Posted by Violet | Releases,TV/Radio/Web

    Philippe M told us that has a short video interview with Tori up on their website. The sound is a bit garbled, but Tori is far more relaxed than she is in most interviews. But … are they really interviewing her in a … is that a … parking lot?

    Tori Featured In "Borders Monthly" For May

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 | 06:23 UTC | Posted by Violet | Releases

    Jessika noticed the following in the May edition of Borders Monthly:

    A Notorius Doll

    Go ahead: Call Tori Amos a “Cornflake Girl.” Say she’s lost her edge and that 15 years have softened her and made her more willing to play by the rules. She dares you. Her newest offering, American Doll Posse, proves that instead of diminishing her, 15 years have only fed Amos’s fire. Now, instead of one, there are five — five personae, that is, all fragments of Amos’s feminine whole — each character embodying an archetypal quality that is so completely developed that she has her own voice, her own songs, and even her own blog. Amos has never been short on ambition, and this conceptual art-pop masterpiece show she’s not slowing down. The Borders-exclusive edition of this CD comes with instructions for downloading an additional track.

    (Un)hilarity Ensues (RS Photos: The Week In Rock)

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 | 06:07 UTC | Posted by Violet | TV/Radio/Web

    Or perhaps c) unwitting victim of’s Unfunniest Caption Contest.

    Thanks to Brian the Truck Driver and roel.

    Listen to Tori on Studio 360

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 | 04:40 UTC | Posted by Beth | TV/Radio/Web

    Even though Tori’s Studio 360 broadcast mostly turned out to be a repeat of the appearance she made when she was promoting A Piano, some of you may have missed it. Click the link to listen. Thanks to Jeanette for sending it in!

    Orange County Register ADP Review

    Saturday, May 12, 2007 | 04:34 UTC | Posted by Beth | Reviews

    David V pointed us to this review of American Doll Posse from the Orange County Register, whose writer gives the album an “A”: