Chicago Humanities Festival, Chicago, 6/5/2020
Although the popular Chicago Humanities Festival was cancelled due to Covid-19, featured guest/singer-songwriter Tori Amos agreed to a live-stream interview. Lisa Torem reviews the highlights.
Little Earthquakes (2009)
In our Re : View section, in which our writers look back at albums from the past, new Pennyblackmusic writer Lisa Torem assesses Tori Amos' first album, 'Little Earthquakes'
Raging Pages (2020)
In her second book Tori Amos casts a wide net across art and politics, and leaves reviewer Lisa Torem spellbound.
Tori Amos, Park West, Chicago, 1992 (2012)
In our 'Gig of a Lifetime' series, Lisa Torem writes of seeing Tori Amos in in 1992 at a show in Chicago on a tour to promote 'Little Earthquakes', her debut album
Gold Dust (2012)
Lavish reworkings of songs recorded with the Dutch Metropole Orchestra from across her twenty year career on latest album from singer-songwriter, Tori Amos
One of the outstanding debut albums of the year, Bridget Storm's 'Here's What's Left' has drawn its frontwoman Julie McLarnon positive reviews from all quarters, and comparisions with Kate Bush and Tori Amos.Malcolm Carter speaks to her about the album