Interviews

Tori Amos Emerges from Career Doldrums with Plenty to Say in Her Songs

There's that saying "the more things change the more things stay the same." In the 22 years since Tori Amos released her debut album, Little Earthquakes, the world has changed dramatically, but the singer has stayed remarkably true to herself. Of the topical and occasionally confrontational nature of her music, she says, "I think at different times, the songs have chosen to grab issues that are out there. It isn't always like that."

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Jason Keil was the Phoenix New Times culture editor from August 2019 to May 2020.
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