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Tori Amos discusses musical
Now she's explained to the BBC that a musical that she had penned is being workshopped and may end up being performed before 2013 is out.
In the past, Amos has brought out collections of songs such as Little Earthquakes, The Beekeeper and From The Choirgirl Hotel. Fresh LP Gold Dust, meanwhile, is set to come out next month.
She gave the BBC the following info on musical The Light Princess: "If the fairies are with us, I'd like to say that before the end of 2013 it will be playing at the National [Theatre]."
Next month will also see the Jackie's Strength and Cornflake Girl singer head to the likes of London, Berlin and Brussels for gigs.
Gold Dust will be hitting shelves come October 1st this year.
Published by KT. Posted on 20 Sep 2012 13:41 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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