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Tori will be touring in 2014 to support the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The European legs runs from May through June and the North American legs spans July and August. We do not know if additional dates elsewhere will be added.
The fun never stops, does it? CrystallineColey just sent us this clip from Tori’s “Big Wheel” performance on Regis & Kelly this morning (technically, today it was Kelly & Anderson). Mind you, this is the abbreviated version — without the “MILF” bridge. Afterward, she explains the chicken she’s holding on the cover of American Doll Posse. Well, that clears that up, doesn’t it?
“Father’s Son” was among the songs Tori performed the other night at the Sirius radio taping; Franco was good enough to post a video clip of her performance on YouTube. Check it out:
For those of you who didn’t catch Tori and her boys playing “Big Wheel” last night on Letterman, don’t wig out. Jason is here to rescue you with this clip he spotted on YouTube:
Tori performs “Beauty of Speed” solo in her studio — much like that version of “Almost Rosey” that surfaced recently — in a video now showing on MSN.
Unfortunately, there’s no way for us to link to it directly at the moment, you’ll have to monkey with the playlist function and potentially sit through some ads as well as a feature on Bart Simpson’s Full Monty, but it’s there, trust us. Update: This link may work better than the previous one … maybe.
Maybe this will surface on YouTube soon and make life easier for everyone.
Thanks, tmosaori and Mark!
First of all, check out this totally adorable cover of “Ode to My Clothes” performed by the fab Greg B. and his PS22 choir:
Second, a handful of Tori fans worked together to produce this compilation of stills and videos, coupled with a song composed of many, many Tori samples. We don’t necessarily endorse their campaign here, but we thought the video itself was pretty nifty:
And third, in the When Worlds Collide department, a Tori-cum-WoW fan put several in-game characters on the proverbial dance floor to get down to “Body and Soul”:
Many thanks to Ben, Speedbliss, Jill, CrystallineColey and Pippin for putting these links under our noses.
Collecters’ Choice has announced that they will be reissuing the majority of Al Stewart’s catalog in June. “What does this have to do with Tori?”, you might ask? Well, one of the albums included in this campaign is Last Days of the Century which features Tori on backing vocals. Additionally, two of the re-issue’s bonus tracks are demos of “Ten Cents” and “Dreaming”, two songs that Al and Tori co-wrote. The re-issue is available for pre-order now from Collectors’ Choice. And, at the risk of turning this into YouToriTube, check out this video of Tori performing “The Year of the Cat” with Al in 1991:
Amazon has added a video of “Almost Rosey” to their listings for the regular and special editions of for American Doll Posse. The clip is taken from the bonus DVD included with the special edition of the album. Unsurprisingly, the video has surfaced on YouTube as well:
A multitude of folks contacted us about this but Damien was the first to do so thanks to him for that.
Dutch news site Novum interviewed Tori and posted the video (in Windows Media) on Zoomin.tv. If prompted, click on the button that says “Nee” and you should be redirected to the video. Alternatively, the interview has been uploaded to YouTube as well. Careful though, Tori’s language is “colorful” as always!
Thanks to Michel, Damien and Pippin for letting us know. Michel also points out that there is a second part to this interview which will be made available when the album is released, so stay tuned for that!
CrystallineColey and umpalumpa wrote in to tell us that Tori’s “Loose Women” interview and performances are now available on YouTube. Now you can see that wig in all its glory.