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Piano player Tori Amos heads for London
The music instrument player will be in the capital come October 3rd.
Alongside an orchestra of music instrument players, the Silent All These Years singer and songsmith will be showcasing her not inconsiderable musical talents at the famed Royal Albert Hall venue.
Amos is behind such UK hits as Cornflake Girl, Crucify and Silent All These Years.
Her highest singles chart position came in 1997, when the dance-flavoured track Professional Widow famously hit number one.
Her many albums include Under The Pink, The Beekeeper and From The Choirgirl Hotel. A best-of record, Tales of a Librarian was released in 2003.
Amos's next LP, called Gold Dust, is set to make its debut later this year.
According to her website, Berlin, Rotterdam and Warsaw are among the other cities set to feature on a collection of concerts entitles "The Gold Dust Orchestral Tour".
Published by KT. Posted on 22 Jun 2012 13:03 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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