In celebration of the general release of Tori's Limited Edition DVD at major retailers (Amazon, Barnes & Noble, Best Buy, and Borders), we are pleased to announce a slideshow of never-before-seen photos from Tori's special Artists Den concert - and a new video of "Concertina" from the show - available for viewing at www.theartistsden.com/toriamos.
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Tori will be performing with The Metropole Orchestra on Friday, October 8th, 2010 at The Heineken Music Hall in Amsterdam during 'The Week of the Metropole'. Tickets go on sale on Saturday, June 26th at 10:00 am CEST online at www.eventim.nl and by phone at + 31 900 10 10 20 20.
Available July 13. Pre-order now exclusively at BarnesAndNoble.com
On a cold December night in New York City, Tori Amos played a private solo concert for one hundred fans at the historic Park Avenue Armory, an immense historical landmark built in the late 19th century as both a military facility and a social club. Described as "Greek, Moresque, and Celtic with a dash of the Egyptian, the Persian, and the Japanese," the Armory's ornate Veterans Room provided a fitting setting for Tori's intimate performance.
Tori Amos: Live from the Artists Den captures this once-in-a-lifetime performance featuring both hits and fan favorites spanning Tori's catalogue, from her 1991 debut Little Earthquakes to her 2009 album Abnormally Attracted to Sin - including two songs not shown in the television broadcast.
- DVD of full private concert recorded at Park Avenue Armory on December 9, 2009 - including two songs not shown in TV broadcast
- full 20-minute Tori interview with music journalist Alan Light
- tour of Veterans Room with Tori and the head of the Armory
- 34-page hardbound book package
- a postcard print handwritten by Tori
Watch a clip of the DVD at theartistsden.com.
Pre-order the DVD now at BarnesAndNoble.com.