Tori Amos is a classically trained American singer who has a perfect chord with her vocal for mezzo-soprano range that made her extremely popular in the West. She is a born singer and pianist who could enthrall viewers with her talent at a tender age of 13 under the guidance of her father at Washington DC when she played ’Bye Bye Blackbird’ in a piano and cut her teeth too.
Amos has also won a scholarship at the age of five and later joined a pop band named Y Kant Tori which established her as a singer on the musical platform. After this, she became a solo singer in the early 1990s and carved a niche for herself. Little Earthquakes was the debut solo album of singer-songwriter Tori Amos. The album established her as a pop singer.
Amos married English sound engineer Mark Hawley on February 22, 1998, and they have one child. The singer now conducts many tours to reach masses. Earlier, between 2011 and 2013, she went a sabbatical in the classical music world.
Many critics think she is a great singer who brings revolution in the society as she picks up the lyrics matching with sexual exploitation, pain, hatred, hunger, etc, It may be noted that this singer is totally devoted to singing for albums. She loves singing on tours too and when she sets out to make it, there is public support behind her.
She feels recording is a mix of pain and existence in our stomach, but the tour is a different journey to reach audiences personally. For her assembled tour in 2014, she held 73 concerts between May - November, 2014. Again, in 2017, the singer had begun to conduct ‘Native Invader Album’ tour from September 6, 2017, to North America that lasted till October. The singer was born on August 22, 1963, and was nominated eight times for her albums in the selection of Grammy Awards.