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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: Louisville Courier-Journal Concert Review (October 29, 2007)

    Posted by Saar on Saturday, November 03, 2007 | Reviews,Touring

    Tamara Ikenberg’s review of the Louisville show at the Palace Theatre was posted in The Courier-Journal on October 29th, 2007. Yes, we always want more of the sparkling siren! Thank you Natalie for sending this in.


    Amos leaves fans wanting more
    By Tamara Ikenberg
    tikenberg@courier-journal.com
    The Courier-Journal

    A tiny goddess in a long, bright orange wig with super-straight bangs, and a sexy, colorful (what appeared to be) crystal-encrusted bodysuit, Tori Amos sonically seduced her screaming admirers for two and a half hours at the Louisville Palace Sunday night.

    Bathed in a lava lamp of light effects, with her voice wrapping sensually around every note, she sang about space dogs, ice cream assassins and cornflake girls, plucking tunes from practically every album she’s made since 1992’s Little Earthquakes and staying faithful to the album arrangements.

    Seated between her beloved Bösendorfer piano and a two-level keyboard, she fluidly transitioned from one to the other, sometimes playing them simultaneously with her head dipped back provocatively. For most of the show, she was backed up by drums and guitar, except for an interlude featuring just Amos and her piano.

    She’s on tour for her newest album, American Doll Posse, but Amos is never selfish about playing the entire album she’s promoting. It wasn’t long before she delved into nostalgic faves, such as Little Earthquakes and B-side treasures including “Upside Down.” The most fun track from “Posse” was the rocking, bluesy “Big Wheel.”

    Other highlights included a dramatic, rapturous version of the eerie “Doughnut Song,” a bouncy “Glory of the ’80s” and a haunting rendition of “Spark.”

    She took the stage for two encores, and closed with the soaring sing-along “Hey Jupiter.” The audience still wanted more of the sparkling siren.

    And how could you blame them? Just being in her company is like being in another world.