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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: Pubs and Clubs Concert Review (September 24, 2007)

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

    Australia’s Pubs and Clubs webzine now features this review of Tori’s Sept. 22 Brisbane gig from writer Lisa Tassone.


    Tori’s Aussie Posse Out In Force In Brisbane!

    If you are looking for a diverse crowd, there’s nowhere better to start than a Tori Amos concert. Older couples, emos, eccentric artist types, long time followers and everyone in between, Amos’ music seems to bring them all together in a sort of peculiar human stew.

    Touring her latest album, ‘American Doll Posse’, which she describes as an exploration of the different sides of her personality, the fans at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre were treated to two of those sides, being Santa (the sexually liberated one), who opened the show with a powerful Body and Soul, and Tori (the one you’re used to). Unlike her 2005 Original Sinsuality tour, Amos’ band was along for the ride and provided a presence to the songs which complimented Amos’ piano. The set list was fantastic, drawing from a huge catalogue including classics such as Precious Things, A Sorta Fairytale, Crucify, Silent All These Years, and Hotel. Santa played ‘her’ songs off ‘American Doll Posse’ which included Secret Spell and Dragon. Tori’s songs were Big Wheel, Digital Ghost and Code Red.

    Amos has an amazing ability to turn daily conversations into catchy interlude songs at her shows and the one on the night tells of a discussion she had with her 7 year-old daughter ‘Tash’ who had asked her what a ‘homo’ was and whether she would still love her if she were a ‘homo’. Tori’s response was, ‘Well you’ve chosen a good mummy because I believe in homo-spirituality.’ The song drew laughter and an eruption of applause from the crowd.

    After two encores, Amos and her band ended the 2 hour show with an emotional Hey Jupiter and a crowd sure to be mesmerized for days to come.

    Author: Lisa Tassone