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The redheaded songstress Tori Amos has amazed millions with her strong, piano-driven songs such as “Cornflake Girl,” from her fan-favorite albums “Boys for Pele” and “From the Choirgirl Hotel.” Don't miss your chance to see Tori Amos LIVE! Buy your Tori Amos tickets now!
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Tori Amos Concert Tickets

Tori Amos is an American singer/songwriter whose career has spanned more than 30 years. She is best known for smash hits like “Silent All These Years,” “Carry,” “Winter,” “Cornflake Girl,” “Crucify,” “Precious Things” and “Tear in Your Hand.” Combining the lyrical power of Joni Mitchell and the vocal range of Fleetwood Mac’s Stevie Nicks, Amos is widely regarded as one of the most influential female singers of the 1990s, along with Sinead O'Connor and Alanis Morissette. Buy your Tori Amos tickets today and enjoy a night with one of the most celebrated female artists to ever grace the stage.

Tori Amos was born to a Methodist family and started singing and playing music for her church choir at the age of 4. As a young girl, she showed a musical prowess that surpassed all of her peers and eventually went on to study music at the Baltimore Peabody Conservatory. She lost interest in school but never stopped writing, and eventually signed a recording contract with Atlantic Records in 1987. Since then, Amos has been the epitome of a prolific musical artist, releasing dozens of studio and compilation albums, live recordings, singles, EPs, live performance DVDs and much more.