Tori Amos

Tori Amos

Multi award-nominated American singer, songwriter and pianist who pursued a career in music after winning a songwriting competition in Baltimore when just 14.

Her big hits have included 'Silent All These Years', 'Cornflake Girl', 'Professional Widow', 'Spark' and 'A Sorta Fairytale'.

In 1996, she picked up a No 1 hit in the UK with an Armand van Helden remix of "Professional Widow".

She released her debut album, "Little Earthquakes" in 1992, followed by: "Under the Pink" (1994), "Boys for Pele" (1996), "From the Choirgirl Hotel" (1998), "To Venus and Back" (1999), "Strange Little Girls" (2001), "Scarlet's Walk" (2002), "The Beekeeper" (2005), "American Doll Posse" (2007), "Midwinter Graces" (2009), "Abnormally Attracted to Sin" (2009), "Night of Hunters" (2011), "Gold Dust" (2012), "Unrepentant Geraldines" (2014), plus 2017's: "Native Invader".

More ...