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    Tori is touring in support of the release of Unrepentant Geraldines. The tour is in Europe from May through June, South Africa at the end of June, and North America in July and August. Additional dates are expected to be announced but are not yet known.

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    Current Release

    Unrepentant Geraldines (album, 2014)
    Release Dates:
    May 9 - Germany/Netherlands
    May 12 - UK/France
    May 13 - North America
    May 16 - Australia

    Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay

    Unrepentant Geraldines Tour

    Date July 24, 2014
    City San Diego, CA
    Venue Humphrey's Concerts By The Bay
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    Setlist

    Thanks to @ThisOrbitalBall and @jziggy22 for live-tweeting!

    • Parasol
    • Space Dog
    • Flying Dutchman
    • Bells For Her
    • Baker Baker
    • Concertina
    • Wild Way
    • Alamo
    • Tear In Your Hand

    Lizard Lounge

    • Livin’ On A Prayer [Bon Jovi] / Like A Prayer [Madonna]
    • Say Something [A Great Big World]

    • Forest of Glass
    • Mother Revolution
    • Mother
    • Another Girl’s Paradise
    • iieee
    • Cornflake Girl

    Encore

    • Bliss
    • Muhammad My Friend
    • 16 Shades of Blue
    • 1000 Oceans

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    Reviews

    1. Jessica says:

      What an incredible night! I’d like to say something about the Toriphile community—-this group of fans has evolved over the past 20 years to becoming its own “floating city” from show to show. I typically like to fly solo because I don’t know anyone else willing to wait for hours for a M&G then wait longer for the show but I like it that way because then I get to meet amazing Tori heads and reunite with fans that span the years. True Tori fans always strike me as being so unique, colorful, and bright. I love to talk Tori with people who know their shit! So I brought my 11 year old daughter to the show and she was so warmly welcomed and even catered to in the stage rush (her idea). She even got to take a picture with Tash—-something she really looked forward to. Thank you to everyone for making this a magical night for us!

      Ok, now for the show!!! I love the intimacy of the venue, but damn those drunken chatterboxes and sing-alongers!!! Sorry, not sorry for scolding people around me. Eventually my daughter and I moved up closer and sat on the curb and no one bothered us about it. Tori pulled out some of my all-time faves: Space Dog (my request from the day before), Bells for Her, Mother Revolution and Bliss. I could have done without the repeats of Cornflake Girl and Iieee from the night before, but oh well. Loved the shout out to and from Tori’s baby brother for Flying Dutchman. Oh, and my daughter about died when she played Say Something—-she wished it for months! All in all, I feel like Tori is in her PRIME. She makes 50 look damn good! Can’t wait for the next tour. . .

    2. Along_Comes_Mary says:

      This show was a freaking rollercoaster of surprises! After such a vibe of coming back to the light from dark paths with The Greek show, it was harder to decipher what the theme exactly was here. Whatever it was, though, it was once again, magic!

      One of my dearest friends I met years ago on MySpace came with me & we got there around 2 as the bus was pulling in. Mindi said theres no M&G time today but never the less, Tori paused to chat & tell us she was still buzzing from the LA energy the previous night.

      I had heard such negative things about Humphreys because, alas, it is indeed a beer garden & you can see that some folks are there just to check out a show & booze it up. There were a few peeps in our area that I would have preferred stay put in their seat during the show, but, it was tolerable.

      The Under the Pink tracks, left & right, were fantastic! My friend had given Tori a toy of an alien dog at The Greek & I am sure between that & being near the Navy in San Diego, that’s what made Space Dog come out. Bells for Her into Baker, Baker, I cried & cried, as I did with Alamo since the beautiful EWF, Rose, had asked her for it.

      I am so impressed with this tour that its a lot like the older eras in that shes barely repeating songs; there were only 3 repeats from this show & The Greek.

      The Lizard Lounge was ok. I am not a Bon Jovi fan so I welcomed the Like A Prayer add in as Madonna is another favorite of mine. Despite its so poppy & played a lot on the radio, Say Something was gorgeous & she, in T style, made it her own.

      Forest of Glass is a new favorite after hearing her! I enjoyed it on the CD, but man, that’s a song to hear her sing live.

      I bounced out of my seat so much when Mother began, I thought I would break my chair. That’s been a top favorite for me since I discovered Tori, its always stayed with me, & I lost it. She really got into it & I love when she passionately whispers “Hes gonna change my name.”

      Muhammad was the ultimate WTF, didn’t see that coming! The sitar-style on the keyboard was unusual but I loved it. 16 Shades was on fire, too.

      Hope everyone has a fabulous time in Mesa tonight & Zero Point is unveiled!

    3. Jessica says:

      I loved everything about this show! Wow! I was also at the Oakland show. I felt this one had so much more oomph! This one brought tears to my eyes at least 10 times.

      30+ shows, and they just keep getting better and better.

    4. Becky Gresh says:

      Another excellent show from Tori! I have been to seven Tori concerts since Boys for Pele and have seen her with bands and solo. Wow the energy of this show was great; everyone was excited to be there and to participate. This venue is unique in terms of its closeness to the water – we were right on the San Diego bay – and we had a great day of sunshine to welcome the evening tides. I did the pre-sale, and my tickets were just fabulous, seventeen rows from the stage. I loved all the songs with her new lens on life, and the crowd singing together in sync was cathartic.

    5. JCDatura says:

      If you ever have the chance, see Tori when she plays at Humphrey’s. Seating is very tight, and you gamble with who you sit next to, but the space is small, and the shows usually great. Tonight was no exception!

      PARASOL: This seemed more relaxed tonight. She looked like she was having more fun with this than last night at the Greek.

      SPACEDOG: Gone Andromeda intro, absolutely fantastic. As San Diego is a big military town, this was expected, as was my big hope for the next song.

      SHE SAYS HELLO: She greeted us and talked about comic-con, which had just started that morning. She said that someone mentioned she “should come dressed like” and she didn’t say who, but Slave Princess Leia is always a drawn at those things “But not at 50, no” she retorted. She asked if Rantz had made it there, and from the back of the house we heard “YES!” and she smiled, and told a story about living in a one room studio, and how Rantz used to crash there, and she wrote this song for him:

      FLYING DUTCHMAN: and I screamed. I had waited 20 years to hear this one live. I was not disappointed. She seemed to cut the ending short, almost like she forgot the ending, but it was still a gift to hear it, finally!

      BELLS FOR HER: At this point, I could have left, and had my money’s worth, but no, that would be ridiculous. Bells for Her is always a great choice, and I noted a lot of hip movement in this. She really got into this one.

      BAKER BAKER: So beautiful, so pristine. Amazing how she can take a simple melody and make it resonate in your very soul.

      CONCERTINA: Again, am I picking this setlist? LOVE this song, and so happy to hear it. Again, lots of undulating hip movement, passion.

      WILD WAY: Sweet, heartbreaking, complex. The lyrics are so true, this has to be one of the best songs she’s written in years.

      ALAMO: Tori mentioned a group of girls asking for this, and played it on the rhodes and piano. Beautiful contrast, gorgeous rendition.

      TEAR IN YOUR HAND: Always wonderful, another Neil song, tied in great with everything. The mood tonight was much more festive than last night, which in comparison felt very heavy.

      LIKE LIVING ON A PRAYER: Mash up between Bon Jovi and Madonna, and it felt so right! Before this she talked about Lizard Lounge, and everyone, including my hubby shouted their requests. He wants to hear her do Raining Blood. This was pretty damn fantastic, with her doing the BJ verse/chorus, then adding Like a Prayer’s chorus as a coda. Yeeaaaaaaasssss!

      SAY SOMETHING: Noooooo… I am not big on this song. I think it is interesting that she is tapping into these newer current songs, and not surprisingly, they are pretty much like alcohol. Tasty, but nothing but empty calories. Still, this was a nice rendition.

      FOREST OF GLASS: This is better. This is another B-side that belongs on an album.

      MOTHER REVOLUTION: Another great song. I actually expected this last night, but it worked here too.

      MOTHER: This was a gem. I was having an out of body experience with this one.

      ANOTHER GIRLS PARADISE: Love this girl, and Tori had a time with remembering this one. She lost her words, but got back on it and it was a fun time. The hubby loves when this happens, it makes her more lovably human.

      IIEEE: Not as intense as last night, but still good. I liked last night’s better, and husband preferred this evenings.

      CORNFLAKE GIRL: Again, fantastic, if only they would lighten the backing vocals up.

      BLISS: I think I screamed myself hoarse with joy for this one. I loved this song at first listen, and I hadn’t heard it in forever. So, so, so wonderful to hear.

      MUHAMMED MY FRIEND: A rare treat! While she played this I kept thinking “This sounds like it would be so good mashed up with Talula” and looking at the setlist, so did she. Shame that it didn’t happen, but still! Odd coincidence, I stopped to fill up on gas before driving down to San Diego, and my cashier was a nice man named “Mohammed”. I smiled, thinking “that would be funny to hear it tonight.”

      16 SHADES OF BLUE: Easily my favorite song on the new album. Like this with the backing track, and she dropped the lyric on “33, and hear the ticking of her clock.”

      1000 OCEANS: The perfect closer to this set. I was pleased to hear an even mix of her catalog. A tough thing to do when you have 14 albums, but as always, T pulls these shows off in a fantastic way.

      I’m already looking forward to the next tour!

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