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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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    News: Oz Music Scene Concert Review (September 19, 2007)

    Posted by Beth on Tuesday, September 25, 2007 | Reviews,Touring

    Carol points out that Oz Music Scene dispatched a writer to review the Sept. 18, 2007 gig in Newcastle, Australia. Here’s what she found:


    Last night American songstress Tori Amos brought her breathtaking American Doll Posse Tour to Newcastle. Each show is divided into two distinct and unique parts. The first brings one of the American Dolls, made famous by her latest album, to life. Tori appears as one of the five unique characters which represent facets of the artist, and indeed all women.

    In Newcastle, the sensual Santa made a dramatic entrance with a platinum blonde wig, stunning white minidress, and an explosive performance of “Body and Soul.” With Santa on show, the first portion of the concerts drew heavily from ‘her’ songs on American Doll Posse, including “Dragon,” “Secret Spell,” and “You Can Bring Your Dog.” Yet she still found time to ‘cover’ one of Tori Amos’ classics, “Sugar.”

    I was awestruck watching Santa’s passionate set. While American Doll Posse was conceived as five separate voices, with Tori Amos as the mouthpiece for all the characters tend to blur. The theatrical element of the live show gave me a new appreciation of who Santa really is, and her part in the quintet. I only wish I could see more shows this tour to have the same understanding of the other dolls.

    A spectacular lightshow and “Professional Widow” over the PA marked the end of the first act. Then Tori emerged, her long red hair clashing delightfully with a garish red sequined jumpsuit. She began with “Big Wheel,” then launched into “Black Dove” which seemed to assure us we’d get to hear more than the new album.

    Tori is a woman of few words. As a matter of fact, the only time she actually spoke was to introduce the band. Yet what she fails to say verbally, she makes up for with her impassioned performance. She’s strong, driven, feminine, blissful, tender, outrageous, and so many other positive adjectives. Her set managed to satisfy both casual fans and the more dedicated. I attended the show with my sisters, and they were thrilled to hear the hits “Cornflake Girl” and “God.” Personally my biggest delights came when she played the tracks I didn’t expect.

    “Honey” was the first of these, a B-side the “Cornflake Girl” single. My heart soared when she began “Northern Lad,” one of my very favourite Tori songs, and “Tear In Your Hand” was so joyous I couldn’t help but grin ear to ear.

    We were spoilt with not one but two encores. Every time she stood to leave the crowd rose to give this rare talent the standing ovation she deserved. Perhaps that’s why she kept coming back. Watching the awestruck crowd rise for the last time, as the closing strains of “Hotel” faded, I knew every person in that room was as moved as I was.