Tori Amos is a singer, a pianist.
Tori was born in Newton, North Carolina on August 22, 1963. As a child, in her biography, Tory Amos played the piano with enthusiasm and sang. Since 1968, he has studied at the Baltimore Conservatory. However, being carried away not only classical music, she was forced to leave the conservatory. As a teenager, Tori began to perform in bars.
After moving to Los Angeles, Amos began singing in the group “Y Kant Tori Read”. But the band’s first album was a failure. After leaving the group, Tory became an independent singer. The singer attracted attention to herself with the album “Little Earthquakes”. She continued to study music, produce albums that differ in style, are influenced by classical, pop, rock music. The next hit in the biography of Amos was the piano performance of the song “Smells Like Teen Spirit”.
Popular, but not as successful as the first album, was “Under The Pink” in 1994. And in 1996 the album “Boys For Pele” was released. The disc of 1998 “From The Choirgirl Hotel” is imbued with sadness from the abortive motherhood. In 1999, the next album in the biography of Tory Amos saw the light – “To The Venus And Back”.