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    Tour Status

    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

    Canberra Theatre

    American Doll Posse Tour

    Date September 16, 2007
    City Canberra
    Venue Canberra Theatre
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    Setlist

    Thanks to Elizabeth for the setlist!

    Act I – Clyde

    • Bouncing off Clouds
    • Little Earthquakes
    • Juarez
    • Rattlesnakes
    • Beauty of Speed

    Interlude

    • Professional Widow

    Act II – Tori

    • Big Wheel
    • Space Dog (w/ the Andromeda interlude)
    • Pancake
    • Cornflake Girl
    • Lust
    • Take to the Sky

    T & Bö

    • China
    • Me and a Gun
    • Here in my Head

    Band Returns

    • Digital Ghost
    • Black Dove
    • Code Red

    First Encore

    • Precious Things
    • Secret Spell

    Second Encore

    • Hey Jupiter

    Video

    Big Wheel (posted by zappnet2007)

    Beauty of Speed (posted by zappnet2007)

    China (posted by zappnet2007)

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    Reviews

    1. Alice says:

      Sublime, fantastic, soul-shaking. We squashed into our little theatre and Clyde crept out to give us the most beautiful set, by turns hiding behind her curtain of hair and flicking it away to reveal a shy smile. Hearing songs like Juarez and Rattlesnakes through Clyde gives them completely new dimensions. Tori then took the stage in her star-spangled jumpsuit and gave us so many unexpected, amazing songs. Me and a Gun had the entire auditorium frozen.

      This was my third Tori concert and I still can’t get over how much passion and energy Tori puts into every word – she never passes over a phrase lightly. It’s so clear how much she loves her songs, her band (who she shares many cheeky smiles with) and playing for even a relatively small audience, many of whom didn’t know what had hit them! Each song truly does seem to come to life (Digital Ghost was completely transformed on stage).

      I couldn’t have asked for a more perfect collection of songs or a more moving experience. Thank you Tori.

    2. Elizabeth says:

      Oh my god! I’m so wired… thought I’d use the energy to report…

      Of all the shows over the last 8 years of Tori concerts that was definitely one of the most incredible!! Simply charged! And as for the one sleeved sequined “America flag” cat suit… TORI YOU ARE HOT!!!

      the highlight of tonight was definitely pancake!! she sang it standing up for most of it and was passionate and angry and wild and divine! I cant believe i got this song tonight!! And the American flag outfit just fit it so perfectly!

      Clyde came out hiding behind a silky scarf that she held in both hands, doing a cheeky little hiding dance before she sat down – the crowd went wild. I could tell Canberra was going to be a rocking audience!

      Bouncing off clouds what an awesome show starter…LE & Juarez was splendid. Beauty of Speed one of my faves on the album, so great to see it live.

      Big wheel rocked just like the other OZ shows but the Canberra crowd took it further!! the girls in the front who stood up and punched the air for the “give me ten” bridge were hilarious and set such a good vibe!

      Take to the sky was a highlight she was having so much fun!!

      When she sang Me and a Gun, the audience who had up until this point been screaming and whooooping went completely silent – it was dead quiet. not even one cough or whisper through the whole song. when Tori started – she had to stop singing the second line and put her hand up in apology like she was overwhelmed and about to cry, then she composed herself and continued singing. It was a very powerful, crystal clear, moving performance of this song. When she finished there was at least 3 full seconds of silence before the crowd erupted into applause.

      Brilliant show!

      I’m from Sydney and drove down today – so Thank you Canberra for being one of the best tori audiences I’ve had the pleasure of being a part of!!

    3. Elizabeth says:

      oh yeah PS. Digital Ghost isnt really one of my faves on the album – but live it’s completely amazing. Truly transformed – I think i will have a completely new appreciation of the album version now! (ditto Secret Spell)

    4. Brian says:

      Me and a Gun had everyone in tears. The silence was overwhelming. All the other songs brought smiles to our faces. Take to the Sky was lovely.

    5. Sarah says:

      It was a beautiful concert – out of the three concerts that I’ve been to (first Melbourne, first Sydney and now Canberra) I found this one the most emotional and moving.

      The meet and greet went fairly quickly, with Smitty telling us that Tori didn’t have much time, so only one thing signed – but we still had time for a bit of a chat and a photo for everyone. I asked her to play Icicle (no luck) but my sister asked for Take to the Sky to which Tori replied “oh, I haven’t played her in a while” and it ended up being played.

      Me and a Gun was so moving. I’m not sure why she decided to play it now, but I think everyone in the theatre (even those who weren’t fans) realised that something powerful had just occurred. However I think most people were still a bit too shell shocked to really enjoy Here in my Head.

      I’m now a bit sad that my Tori tour has come to an end, but they’ve been fantastic concerts and i’ve seen Santa, Pip and Clyde. :)

    6. Katie says:

      the setlist was unbelievably good. near perfect.

      at the meet &greet i asked her to bring out clyde (check.) & play pancake at some point (check.) so really i was ecstatic.

      me+a gun &here. in my head were surprises & pretty much made the entire show. everything was just brilliant. tori has really outdone herself.

    7. Frank says:

      This is the third Tori show I’ve been to, and I also found it to be the most powerful show I’ve seen, which pleasantly surprised me considering it was in Canberra which is relatively quiet compared to the big cities like Sydney and Melbourne.

      The energy of her performance tonight was high. Highlights for me were the energetic performance of Big Wheel which is fantastic live, as well as the fun audience participation of Take to the Sky. This is the first time I’ve seen Tori with her band, and I was hoping for (and got) Precious Things which is my favourite Tori Amos song. Little Earthquakes was as haunting and beautiful as ever. The lighting for the entire show was spectacular. Even the remix of Professional Widow for the interlude and the accompanying light show was dazzling.

      The best part of the show though, didn’t happen until afterwards. I waited outside the back of the Canberra Theatre with about 8 other people until finally Tori came out! She said hello to us and said “You guys were great tonight”. She briefly spoke to a few of us, I remember one guy thanking Tori for playing Space Dog. I said to Tori – thanks for playing Precious Things – but she didn’t hear me as she was busy talking to someone else and before I could say anymore she got into her car. Well, all I can say, it was a dream come true to actually be that close to her! If only I’d known about the meet & greet prior to the show! Next time….

    8. Mel says:

      Have just landed back in Melbourne, still suffering from such a breath taking Canberra concert.

      I had requested take to the sky at the Canberra meet and greet, and her reaction was “Oh wow…i haven't played her for a while, I’ll see what i can do”.

      So, safe to say, i didn't breath once during T & Bo.

      A moving set. Take to the Sky, China, Me and a Gun.

      I feel honoured to have been allowed access to that piece of her, even if it is a song, that i would have never expected or asked of her.

      Big sing out to the Canberra folk, for making it an emotionally charged and appreciative audience.

      See y’all in Syd for the last east-coast show!

    9. orfeo says:

      She finally came to my home town – which I thanked her for in the meet and greet.

      And… wow. Just, wow.

      This show had everything. From beginning to end, there wasn’t a single song that felt like it was letting the side down. Even China, which I would never dream of putting on a list of favourites, was an emotional performance set up by an unusually strong and extended introduction.

      Clyde was beautiful throughout and really set the tone for the emotional complexities that followed. The Canberra Times the next day had a sensational photo of Clyde, bathed in blue light playing the piano and keyboard at the same time. Sadly I don’t think it’s been published online.

      We got real intensity with Me And A Gun and Here. In My Head. We got complex songs like Space Dog and Black Dove. Tori was clearly having a ball in Cornflake Girl and Take To The Sky, she was grinning at Matt like a Cheshire Cat. Digital Ghost and Secret Spell were both really strong performances. In Precious Things she stayed right up the high end of the piano and I’m pretty sure she extended out some of the instrumental bits, signalling to Matt with stares and nods.

      This made three nights in a row for me, and I love that this was the last one because I’d say it was the best.

    10. Roozi says:

      This show was absolutely amazing. And my friend requested ‘Here. In My Head’ at the meet and greet. We were just bowled over.

      There’s a pretty glowing write up in the Canberra Times (on page 3, with a huge pic of Tori), but I can’t find the text online.

    11. Debbie says:

      My first Tori concert – incredible! I go to lots of concerts particularly in Melbourne and this concert would have to be the best that I have ever been to. The Canberra audience were great, very responsive. The playlist was excellent and when she sang Me and a Gun -WOW the audience were spellbound.

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