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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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    Native Invader (album, 2017)

    Ruth Eckerd Hall

    Unrepentant Geraldines Tour

    Date August 22, 2014
    City Clearwater, FL
    Venue Ruth Eckerd Hall


    Many thanks to The Three Musketeers – @chaosbird, @ErikaJL, and @Azbats – for reporting the set and to @yoginirose for the assistance!

    The show started at 9:10 pm and ended around 11pm. The only deviation from the printed setlist was swapping the other of Trouble’s Lament and Mr. Zebra at the start of the encore.

    Speaking of the start of the encore, when Tori returned to the stage, she was greeted by the fans at the front wearing party hats, balloon and streamers dropping from above and a cake being wheeled out! The audience sang Happy Birthday and, after a hug from Tash, the show went on.

    • Parasol
    • Almost Rosey
    • Leather
    • Liquid Diamonds
    • Fearlessness
    • Silent All These Years
    • Martha’s Foolish Ginger
    • Siren
    • Selkie

    Lizard Lounge

    • Thank You [Led Zeppelin]
    • Thank U [Alanis Morisette] / Tear in Your Hand

    • Bliss
    • Seaside
    • Take To The Sky
    • Sweet the Sting
    • In the Springtime of His Voodoo
    • Cornflake Girl


    • Trouble’s Lament
    • Mr. Zebra
    • 16 Shades of Blue
    • Raspberry Swirl
    • Pretty Good Year




    Thank You

    Thank You

    Thank U

    Thank U

    Happy Birthday Tori!

    Happy Birthday Tori!



    1. Andrew Sparks says:

      What a magical, wonderful night. This was my fourth Tori Amos show and I would have to rate it either THE best or the second best. I saw her play in NYC a couple of tours ago. THAT was a blast. She was Pip. LOVE Pip singing Cruel.

      Anyway, I was blown away by the set list. She sang many of my favorite songs. Liquid Diamonds, Silent All These Years, Thank You, THANK U BY ALANIS FREAKING MORISSETTE!!! OMFG!!! Bliss, Seaside, Take To The Sky, RASPBERRY SWIRL and Pretty Good Year. Out of all those songs, I would have to say she sang Seaside the best, and then Thank U. But they were all done quite well in my opinion, with the exception of Take To The Sky. It’s usually a favorite of mine live, but this time it didn’t really sit well with me. You know how sometimes she will drag a part of a song on and on and on and you’re just like… “Okay, Tori, we get it. We LOVE you, but we get it.”? I felt that during that song. Oh, well.

      I wanted to dance SO BAD to Raspberry Swirl but I was so in the wrong part of the audience. They were just standing there all… “Meh.” And meanwhile I wanna let loose so freaking bad. Urgh.

      And… was it just me or did anyone else spend 25% of the show watching the dude in drag with the white wig up in the front row? LOL. He was SO into it. Loved him.

    2. Lorraine Eakin says:

      I was lucky enough to be at the Holmdel show when Tori turned 40, and I was lucky enough to see her turn 51 too! Both shows were very special in their own way.

      I thought Almost Rosey might come out for her birthday, and I enjoyed it more solo than with the band in 2007. Leather has indeed been, as pointed out on Twitter, “mercifully absent,” and I have been happy with that. BUT, I can tell you this was one of the best versions I’ve seen. She was not merely going through the motions like she so often does on Leather (she herself has admitted it’s a song she can whip out and walk into in a pinch).

      I love when the water songs come out to play, and the set from Liquid Diamonds to Selkie was all water for the most part. That’s as close to ideal a set for me as you can get. Liquid Diamonds was heaven, but Fearlessness knocked me off my feet. I don’t know that I’ve ever personally see her play as intensely as she did at the end of Fearlessness. Martha was inspired and perfect. And Siren? Jeez. She worked herself and the crowd into a frenzy. At one point a lock of hair got caught in her mouth and there it stayed til the song ended – nothing was going to interrupt that performance! Selkie is lovely and one of my faves from the new album.

      Before the LL, she mentioned that she picked songs that were similar because she wanted to show her gratitude to us for this tour. She also spoke earnestly and warmly about how special the musicians she chose have been to her personally and that she’s been privileged to know them. Both songs were awesome in their own way.

      Bliss sounds like she still has the band with her. How does she do that? As far as I can see, she’s not playing to a loop on Bliss – it’s just that the Bosey sounds like a full band. And this has got to be the most intense version of Seaside that I’m aware of. She did NOT rush through this song like she did in DC 2011. She extended some of the lines by repeating them, and she played a lot of it on the keyboard. Everybody download/watch this version of Seaside, seriously.

      Sweet the Sting was on the piano the last time I saw it solo, so it was cool to see her on the organ where she started.

      And of course the birthday celebration at the encore was awesome. I assume she expected a cake, but when the crowd pointed to the giant balloons behind her and she looked up, I think she was genuinely surprised by the balloons. And I love that she cut off our off-key version of happy birthday to play it on the piano for us. No off key singing for the goddess! Raspberry Swirl was fun, but Pretty Good Year was the perfect place to end. She gave us a lot of meaningful looks during the song. She should be proud of the year she’s had – it’s been nothing short of triumphant. And just to be as adorable as possible, she put on a party hat and gave a cute T smile before running offstage. Super special night!

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