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Tori Amos was born Myra Ellen Amos (called Ellen) to Dr. Edison & Mary Ellen Amos on August 22, 1963 throughout a trip from their home in Georgetown to North Carolina, at the Old Catawba Hospital in Newton, N.C. When Tori Amos was 2½, her family moved to Baltimore , Maryland where Tori Amos began to play the piano and attend her father's church every week. By age 5, Tori Amos had written her first song. Throughout these years, Tori Amos spent formative time with her maternal grandfather, who was part Eastern Cherokee (an Eastern Cherokee with some European ancestry). Are you a fan of Tori Amos - you can now watch Tori Amos sing live by buying cheap Tori Amos Tickets online from us.
In 1968, Tori Amos won a full scholarship to the Peabody Conservatory of Music; Tori Amos was the youngest person ever to attend the school. At age 11, her scholarship was discontinued due to the growing power of popular music on her. Two years later, she began studying at Montgomery College and began playing at piano bars (many of them gay), chaperoned by her father. Reverend Amos began sending tapes of the songs she'd written to record companies at this time.
Tori Amos first came to local notice by winning a county Teen Talent contest, and her picture was in print in a local paper. The song Tori Amos sang was called More than Just a Friend. By the time she reached high school, Tori Amos was well known in the DC area. During her years at Richard Montgomery High School , Tori Amos was elected Homecoming Queen, Most Likely to Succeed (female), Most Talented (female), and Best All-Around (female) and became involved with the drama group. As a high school senior, Ellen Amos co-wrote Baltimore with her brother Mike for a competition connecting the Baltimore Orioles. This song won the contest and became her initial single, released as a 7" pressed for family and friends.
At around this time she adopted the name "Tori," after a friend of a friend told her that she looked more like a Tori than a Myra Ellen. Tori Amos sang at a wedding and a funeral for the same family also. Are you looking for Tori Amos Tickets - we have what you are looking for - we have cheap Tori Amos tickets online for Tori Amos upcoming concert.
At age 21, Tori Amos moved to Los Angeles to follow her music career. While there Tori Amos managed to get several acting jobs, counting a Kellogg's Just Right cereal commercial (for which role she beat out a then-unknown Sarah Jessica Parker). After playing a bar one night, she gave a ride home to a patron, who sexually assaulted her-an experience that would feed into her powerful song "Me and a Gun". She also met Steve Caton, who played guitars on her albums through To Venus and Back (1999).