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Tori Amos

Tori Amos
Singer-songwriter Tori Amos grew up in Maryland and attended the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. Her alternative tunes are known for their emotional, haunting vibe.

Amos gained some mainstream recognition after the release of "Little Earthquakes" in 1992. She also did a couple popular covers, including Led Zeppelin's "Thank You."

Her first big hit, however, came with the release of "Under the Pink," which sold more than a million copies. For her most recent release, "American Doll Posse," always-experimental Amos takes on five different female characters.
Singer-songwriter Tori Amos grew up in Maryland and attended the prestigious Peabody Conservatory in Baltimore. Her alternative tunes are known for their emotional, haunting vibe.

Amos gained some mainstream recognition after the release of "Little Earthquakes" in 1992. She also did a couple popular covers, including Led Zeppelin's "Thank You."

Her first big hit, however, came with the release of "Under the Pink," which sold more than a million copies. For her most recent release, "American Doll Posse," always-experimental Amos takes on five different female characters.
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  • It's tough to be red

    It's tough to be red
    Patti Stanger, host of "The Millionaire Matchmaker," is making carrot-tops see red. Stanger, who has often criticized redheads on the Bravo reality show that sets up rich men with comely women, is the target of a new Facebook protest campaign cheekily...
  • Album review: Kate Bush, '50 Words for Snow'

    Album review: Kate Bush, '50 Words for Snow'
    3 stars (out of 4) Only Kate Bush could get away with this: Her new album, “50 Words for Snow” (Fish People), includes a song about making love to a snowman, who melts in her bed, leaving behind only dead leaves and twisted branches....
  • 12 things you didn't know about the 2011 Tony Awards

     
    Tony Awards: 12 things you probably didn't know about Broadway's biggest night...
  • 'Shiver' trilogy author reveals her sketches of Sam and Grace

     
    The conclusion to Maggie Stiefvater's bestselling young-adult werewolf romance came out Tuesday and is already huffing and puffing its way up the bestseller list. Now readers who feel as if they've been waiting, well, forever for the finale to her......
  • 'So You Think You Can Dance': Top 10 perform

     
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  • Tori Amos announces North American tour, including Orpheum dates

     
    Tori Amos has announced a 15 date tour in support of her new full length album, Night of Hunters. The tour will feature two nights at Los Angeles' Orpheum Theatre....
  • This week's on-sales: Bon Iver, Tori Amos, the Game and more

     
    Bon Iver, The Game, Bright Eyes and Tori Amos are among the artists with new shows in the Southland on sale this week....
  • This week's on-sales: Walt Disney Concert Hall's 2011 season, Cut Copy and more

     
    Cut Copy, J. Cole and the Walt Disney Concert Hall's 2011 season are among the concerts on sale across the Southland....
  • This week's on-sales: Tiesto, Laura Marling and more

     
    A list of upcoming concerts across the Southland, with on-sale dates in parentheses....
  • Album review: Tori Amos' 'Night of Hunters'

     
    Using a technique taken from classical music, Amos has created a cycle of repeating musical themes with her latest solo work, “Night of Hunters,” a beautiful kaleidoscope of remembering and letting go. Reviewed by Nikki Darling....
  • Monster Mash: Occupy Museums takes root; NPR sides with Simeone

     
    "Occupy Museums," a recent spin-off of the "Occupy Wall Street" movement, is targeting art museums in New York. NPR has decided that Lisa Simeone, the freelance host of its program "World of Opera," won't be dismissed because of her association with...