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2015

Interview

Tori Amos on the Battles Behind Her Breakthrough Albums

April 16, 2015

Not long ago, Tori Amos did something she rarely does: She listened to a couple of her own albums. "I hadn't done that for a long time," she says. "Oh, gosh. I can't even count the years. I'm the type of person that's very present when I'm doing...

Album Review

Little Earthquakes: Deluxe Edition

April 14, 2015

Tori Amos arrived in 1991 like the cool older sister of a million alt-rock fans' dreams, hair aflame in a shade unattainable by Manic Panic. The pop charts had never heard a female voice quite like the one on Little Earthquakes, from the sharp mix of...

Album Review

Under the Pink: Deluxe Edition

April 14, 2015

Tori Amos arrived in 1991 like the cool older sister of a million alt-rock fans' dreams, hair aflame in a shade unattainable by Manic Panic. The pop charts had never heard a female voice quite like the one on Little Earthquakes, from the sharp mix of...

News

Tori Amos Preps Deluxe Reissues of First Two LPs

February 4, 2015

Tori Amos will release deluxe reissues of her first two studio albums, 1992's Little Earthquakes and 1994's Under the Pink, on April 14th via Rhino Records. The newly remastered LPs will be packaged in 2-CD sets, each paired with a disc of B-sides and...

2014

Video

Watch Tori Amos Cover Radiohead's Classic 'Creep'

August 15, 2014

Tori Amos' theatrical voice and brooding piano form a perfect vehicle for "Creep," Radiohead's break-out alt-rock anthem. The singer-songwriter performed a slow, sensual version of the track during the "Lizard Lounge" section of her Thursday night...

News

Tori Amos Confronts Satan in New Song 'Trouble's Lament'

March 28, 2014

Tori Amos dwells in dark lyrical territory on the haunting track "Trouble's Lament," the first single she has released from her forthcoming LP, Unrepentant Geraldines. The song finds Amos focusing her attention on the Prince of Darkness:...

Song Review

"16 Shades of Blue"

May 15, 2014

Amos gets proper credit as a drama-pop master (young soul-spillers from Perfect Pussy to Lorde owe her a debt), but she's often underrated as a sonic pathfinder. Here she marries twitchy, low-key electronic burble with confessional piano massaging for...

News

Tori Amos to Get 'Unrepentant' on New Album

February 19, 2014

Fourteen albums in, Tori Amos is still finding inspiration wherever she looks. The prolific singer-songwriter is set to release her next studio album, Unrepentant Geraldines, on May 13th on Mercury Classics as well as support the record with a lengthy...

2013

List

Rockers Turning 50

June 14, 2013

Every day can bring a new reminder that you're getting older, whether it's a new gray hair, a postcard from the AARP, or the random strain of a muscle you didn't even know you had. But sometimes nothing is as jarring as finding out that a rock star whose...

2012

News

Tori Amos Inspired by 'Dead Guys' for Musical

October 5, 2012

Just this week, Tori Amos released a new album titled Gold Dust, but she's already quite deep into the work on her next project. The pianist's previous album, 2011's Night of the Hunters, found her experimenting with the canon of classical music (her...

News

Song Premiere: Tori Amos, 'Silent All These Years' and 'Gold Dust'

September 18, 2012

Click to listen to Tori Amos' 'Silent All These Years' and 'Gold Dust' "I seem extroverted but I'm incredibly introverted," Tori Amos says in an articulate whisper. She's sitting in a light-filled Tribeca apartment explaining why, after a life spent...

2011

News

Tori Amos Performs with String Quartet in Manhattan

December 4, 2011

Tori Amos stepped outside of her comfort zone for her latest album, Night of Hunters, a classical song cycle. Her tour in support of that record also finds her stepping outside of her typical patterns, albeit in a more minor way, with a string quartet...

Album Review

Night of Hunters

October 18, 2011

Tori Amos' latest was inevitable for the conservatory-trained renegade: a song cycle inspired by European classical music, clad in strings and woodwinds. It doesn't rock, but it waltzes, spinning a tale involving animated trees, demons and what may be...

News

Digest: Jay-Z and Willow Smith on 'Annie'; 50 Cent's New Album

January 26, 2011

Jay-Z Will Produce 'Annie' Remake Starring Willow SmithJay-Z has made a deal to co-produce a new movie based on the musical Annie with Willow Smith in the lead role. Jay-Z will produce the film in a joint venture with Overbrook Entertainment and Willow's...

News

Tori Amos Musical Delayed Indefinitely

October 20, 2011

Tori Amos' musical based on George MacDonald's 19th century fairytale The Light Princess has been postponed indefinitely by the National Theatre in London. The production was scheduled to premiere as the centerpiece of the theater's spring season in April....

Video

Tori Amos on Embracing Classical Music

September 29, 2011

Tori Amos stopped by the Rolling Stone studio recently to talk about how working on a stage musical for the past few years influenced the creation of Night of Hunters, her first classical-based song cycle. She also explained why she loves to customize...

News

Beyoncé to Debut Song on 'Piers Morgan Tonight'

May 5, 2011

Beyoncé to Debut Song on 'Piers Morgan Tonight'Talk show host Piers Morgan has announced that Beyoncé will debut her version of "God Bless the USA" on his show tonight at 9 p.m. ET on CNN. Beyoncé is releasing the song as a single...

2009

Album Review

Abnormally Attracted to Sin

May 18, 2009

After splitting into five separate personalities for 2007's American Doll Posse, Tori Amos pulls herself back together again on her latest. The result is a set of prog-inspired balladry with less bounce than her last disc. The plodding "Strong Black Vine"...

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