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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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  • 'So You Think You Can Dance': Top 10 perform

     
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  • Concert news: Tori Amos to perform at DAR Constitution Hall

    Concert news: Tori Amos to perform at DAR Constitution Hall
    Back when Tori Amos announced her new Night of the Hunters tour earlier this month, it wasn't clear where in Washington she would perform. But the announcement came today. The Baltimore native will play at DAR Constitution Hall December 5. Tickets for...
  • Concert news: Brad Paisley, Tori Amos, Gillian Welch

    Concert news: Brad Paisley, Tori Amos, Gillian Welch
    Another week, another country singer announces a show at Jiffy Lube Live. This week, it's Brad Paisley, whose "Wetter & Wilder World Tour" - presented by Chevy! - will stop at the Bristow venue September 24. Singers Blake Shelton and Jerrod Niemann will...
  • Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more

    Best week ever: Baltimore events, music, movies and more
    Looking for something to do this week? Check out our list of everything going on from 12/5-12/11. MOVIES OPENING (Friday; subject to change) New Year’s Eve The Sitter NOTABLE TV MONDAY The Young Turks (series debut; 7 p.m.; Current) Gossip...
  • December 5 - 11 in nightlife: Tori Amos, Yelle, college night at Soundstage, Mid-Atlantic Holiday Beer Festival

    December 5 - 11 in nightlife: Tori Amos, Yelle, college night at Soundstage, Mid-Atlantic Holiday Beer Festival
    This past weekend was packed with shows: J. Roddy Walston, the Get 'Em Mamis, Dashboard Confessional. Did anyone go see Erykah Badu at Rams Head? Our reviewer did not enjoy the show. That kind of weekend is gonna be a rarity this month. During the...
  • July 18 - 23 reviewed: Michael Lohan, Dew Tour, Marquee Lounge

    The week ended and Michael Lohan still doesn't have a place for his party. Boo hoo. His much promoted party was so toxic it was canceled within hours of its announcement on this blog. In other news, the Dew Tour is expected to draw over 50,000 people to...
  • Review: Taylor Swift at the Verizon Center August 4

    Review: Taylor Swift at the Verizon Center August 4
    Taylor Swift performed Wednesday for the second time at the Verizon Center in Washington. Reporter Hsia-Ting Chang reviews the show below.  Thirteen thousand, five hundred people – a number quoted by Taylor Swift herself - crowded into the...
  • Susan Elizabeth "Susie" Mudd, Music Monthly publisher

    Susan Elizabeth "Susie" Mudd, Music Monthly publisher
    Susan Elizabeth "Susie" Mudd, the former publisher, editor and owner of the free magazine Music Monthly, which for nearly three decades reported on Mid-Atlantic rock bands and musicians as well as other music, died April 5 of cancer at Sinai Hospital....
  • Baltimore: A muse for many

    Baltimore: A muse for many
    Baltimore has been many a musician's muse over the years. Today, the indie rock group Stephen Malkmus and the Jicks release their latest album, Real Emotional Trash. Malkmus was the primary singer and songwriter for the indie rock band Pavement until...
  • New music from troubled divas, other hit makers

    Coming this fall: The Drama of the Troubled Diva. For the next four months, many of pop's juiciest plot lines will feature female singers struggling back from the brink. They include Whitney Houston, Christina Aguilera and TLC, all of whom have spent far...
  • New Infinity Hall Location to Open on Front Street in Hartford

    New Infinity Hall Location to Open on Front Street in Hartford
    Norfolk's premier music venue, Infinity Hall, will open a new venue in downtown Hartford, according to a blog post on the Hartford Courant website. At 500 seats, the proposed venue will be nearly double the size of the Norfolk location. It's planned to...
  • Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week

     
    Top 5 Concerts of the Coming Week 1. SNOOP DOGG/WIZ KHALIFA Here are the reasons to see Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa together: The former is arguably the greatest single rapper of all time, and the latter is arguably the......