tori amos’ sinful attraction tour!

oh i’ve been in such a great mood all day long – not only did i secure myself entry to tonight’s indigo girls show down at el rey theatre – which totally thrilled me (since i waited until the last minute to sort out the situation) but i’m also finally going to meet my pal victoria for a quick dinner – i’ve known her for a couple of years now (we met via popbytes) she was the first person to turn me onto lily allen – she’s a totally good bean – it’ll be so nice to meet her – even if it’s just for a little while (she’ll be back in LA and i need to get my ass to NYC sooner rather than later!)

right now i’m going to leave you with my darling tori amos – just yesterday the dates were announced for her upcoming sinful attraction tour here in the states in support of her new album abnormally attracted to sin which hits stores on tuesday (may 19th) i’ve already pre-ordered my copy on itunes – which will allow me to buy presale tickets to her show in los angeles on july 17th – i can’t wait! of course the album did recently leak and i got a chance to listen to a couple of times already – it’s growing on me – i really like a number of tracks but i need to spend a drop more time with it before i pass final judgement! the other night ms. amos did a small acoustic show at london’s famous savoy theatre – many thanks to flowers in time for posting a small review along with some audio from the show – have a listen below to an incredible live version of the first single welcome to england and if you can’t get enough tori – head over to samesame to watch all the visualettes from her new album – one for each track! and don’t forget to stop by undented for all the latest tori happenings – there’s a lot going on right now! popbytes over & out for tonight (check my twitter page for updates from the indigo girls show – i can’t wait to see amy ray and emily saliers again!)

listen to welcome to england | live at the savoy theatre »


07.10 | Seattle, WA | WaMu Theater

07.11 | Portland, OR | Arlene Schnitzer Concert Hall

07.13 | Oakland, CA | Paramount Theatre

07.14 | Oakland, CA | Paramount Theatre

07.16 | San Diego, CA | Humphrey’s

07.17 | Los Angeles, CA | Greek Theatre

07.18 | Phoenix, AZ | Dodge Theatre

07.20 | Salt Lake City, UT | Abravenal Hall

07.21 | Denver, CO | Paramount Theatre

07.23 | Kansas City, MO | Starlight Theatre

07.24 | Grand Prairie, TX | Nokia Theatre

07.25 | Austin, TX | The Long Center for the Performing Arts

07.27 | Atlanta, GA | Chastain Park Amphitheatre

07.28 | Orlando, FL | Bob Carr Performing Arts Center

07.29 | Miami Beach, FL | The Fillmore Miami Beach

07.31 | Durham, NC | Durham Performing Arts Center

08.01 | Washington, DC | DAR Constitution Hall

08.03 | Chicago, IL | Chicago Theatre

08.04 | Milwaukee, WI | Riverside Theatre

08.05 | Minneapolis, MN | State Theatre

08.07 | Indianapolis, IN | Murat Theatre

08.08 | Detroit, MI | Detroit Opera House

08.10 | Toronto, ON | Massey Hall

08.11 | Montreal, QC | St Denis Theatre

08.13 | New York, NY | Radio City Music Hall

08.15 | Upper Darby, PA | Tower Theatre

08.17 | Boston, MA | Bank of America Pavilion

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MK (Michael Knudsen) first started PopBytes back in September of 2003—while trying to make a website for his design portfolio, the site quickly turned into one of the premiere online destinations for all things pop culture! A native New Yorker, he currently resides in Los Angeles with his partner Ivan along with four dogs, four cats and two parrots. Follow him on Twitter @PopBytes.