Tori Amos to perform in Bucharest, on July 13
The concert is part of the tour for the promotion of the album “American Doll Posse” to be inaugurated in Rome.

Bucharest – Tori Amos will give a concert on July 13, at the Polivalenta Hall, as part of the tour for the promotion of the album “American Doll Posse,” Phoenix Foundation informs.

“American Doll Posse,” the ninth studio album in the career of the artist, will be launched on May 1, at Epic Records.

The world promotion tour begins on May 28 in Rome, and includes the cities of Florence, Milan, Paris, Amsterdam, Warsaw, Prague, Bratislava and Budapest, according to the official site

The price of the tickets for the concert in Bucharest will be announced later on by the organisers.

Tori Amos was born on August 22, 1963 in North Carolina, US. She is the daughter of a Methodist priest of Scottish origin and of the representative of a family of Cherokee Indians. At the age of three she proved an unusual musical talent, learning alone to play the piano. At six she became a student of the Academy of Music from Baltimore, while at the age of 11 she signed her first classical music composition. Six years later she debuted in various jazz clubs, discovered “punk” music and decided to leave to Los Angeles. Tori Amos is among the reference names of the music of the ‘90s, according to, thanks to a combination of acid lyrics with the piano sound. Some of the hits which made her famous are “Crucify,” “Silent All These Years,” “Cornflake Girls,” “Professional Widow,” “Spark.”

In 1992 she launched the first album “Little Earthquakes,” followed by “Under the Pink,” “Boys for Pele,” “From the Choirgirl Hotel.” Tori Amos, aged 43, sold over 15 millions of albums.

by George Grigoriu

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