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Tori Amos

Tori Amos - FUV Live - 2014

by Kara Manning
Tori Amos photo by Deirdre Hynes

Tori Amos marks the 20th anniversary of her second solo album, Under The Pink, this year and in a conversation with FUV, she reflects on the bridge between that record and her most recent release, Unrepentant Geraldines. In this Studio A session, Tori performs songs from her painterly new album, including the haunting "Selkie," as well as "Jamaica Inn," found on 2005's The Beekeeper. She also discusses her artistic journey over the last few years, taking her from sea air of Cornwall to London's National Theatre to her family's roots in North Carolina.

Tori Amos - Words and Music - 2012

by Darren DeVivo
Tori Amos

Twenty years after the release of her debut solo album, Little Earthquakes, Tori Amos marks the anniversary with a new album, called Gold Dust. On it, Tori revisits songs from throughout her catalog accompanied by an orchestra, and although it was a much smaller set-up when Tori stopped by Studio A to talk with me about the project, her performances were just as powerful.

Tori Amos - Words and Music - 2011

by Darren DeVivo
The classical music tradition isn't a new addition to the sound and songwriting of Tori Amos, but it takes center stage on her new album, 'Night of Hunters.' Hear a few selections from the song cycle performed live, as Tori joins FUV's Darren DeVivo in Studio A. [9/23/11]

Tori Amos - Words and Music - 2009

by Alisa Ali
The signature piano-centric songwriting of Tori Amos is only part of the rich palette of words and sounds on 'Abnormally Attracted To Sin' -- her brand new 10th album. Themes of power and passion and a 'sonic feast' beyond just instruments fill the songs, and Tori spoke more about the new material in a conversation with 'FUV's Alisa Ali.