Silent All These Years? WhateV - Tori Amos Hits The Road Alone and Crazy

The most unstable female in rock Tori Amos will go out and play for her faithful audience this fall, beginning in the greatest town in the world, West Palm Beach Florida on September 28. This is the first time since 1994 that Amos will play without a live band (last time I fell asleep), as she will preview songs from her forthcoming cover album, Strange Little Girls. 30 dates are scheduled throughout North America, and the stint will wrap in San Diego on November 20. Rufus Wainwright will play the first part of the tour. Tori Amos is in no way related to John Amos, star of Good Times.

Tori Amos tour dates:

Aug. 30, London, Union Chapel

Sept. 28, West Palm Beach, Fla., Kravis Center

Sept. 29, Clearwater, Fla., Ruth Eckerd Hall

Sept. 30, Orlando, Fla., Tupperware Center

Oct. 2, Atlanta, Fox Theater

Oct. 3, Nashville, Ryman Auditorium

Oct. 4, Charlotte, N.C., Ovens Auditorium

Oct. 6, Washington, D.C., DAR Constitution Hall

Oct. 9, New York, Beacon Theater

Oct. 13, Philadelphia, Tower Theater

Oct. 15, Boston, Wang Center

Oct. 18, Detroit, Fox Theater

Oct. 19, Toronto, Massey Hall

Oct. 21, Minneapolis, Orpheum Theater

Oct. 23, Chicago, Arie Crown Theater

Oct. 24, Cleveland, Cleveland Palace

Oct. 25, Indianapolis, Murat Theater

Oct. 27, St. Louis, Fox Theater

Oct. 30, New Orleans, Orpheum Theatre

Oct. 31, Houston, Ariel Theater

Nov. 2, Austin, Texas, Performing Arts Center

Nov. 3, Dallas, Bronco Bowl

Nov. 5, Denver, Paramount Theatre

Nov. 6, Salt Lake City, Abravanal Hall

Nov. 8, Vancouver, British Columbia, The Orpheum

Nov. 9, Seattle, Paramount Theater

Nov. 11, Oakland, Calif., Paramount Theater

Nov. 15, Los Angeles, Wiltern Theater

Nov. 19, Phoenix, Web Theater

Nov. 20, San Diego, Copley Symphony Hall

Source: CDNow

Silent All These Years? WhateV - Tori Amos Hits The Road Alone and Crazy