Tori Amos was born on 22nd August 1963 in Newton, North California. She is an American Pianist, Singer and Songwriter. She is the daughter of Rev. Dr. Edison and Mary Ellen Amos.
Biography and Career:
Tori Amos is Rev. Dr. Edison and Marry Ellen Amos's third child. She was born in Old Catawba hospital in Newton, North California. At the beginning of her career Tori Amos made friends with author Neil Gaimain who later became her fan because she had narrated about him in her song "Tear in Your Hand". Tori and Neil were such good friends that they both used to write for each other. Tori Amos wrote for Neil's collection "Death: The High Cost of Living" and he wrote the introduction for the Comic Book Tattoo. In 2009 a book "Blueberry Girl" was released for children. Neil is the go
dfather for Tori's daughter and the poem that was written during her birth.
During the 1990's she was the top song writer and singer among other female singers. She is very well known for using Piano as her main instrument for her songs. She is also quite famous for the emotional songs she writes and sings. She writes songs on sexuality, religion and personal tragedy. Some of her famous songs are Crucify, Silent All these Years, God, Cornflake Girl and many more. Her most famous song in the US till date is "A Sorta Fairytale". In 2005 she sold nearly 12 million albums which made history.
In 1998 she married Mark Hawley, on 22nd February.
Birth name: Myra Ellen Amos
Hobbies: loves music
She was born on 22nd August 1963 in Newton, North California. She is an American Pianist, Singer and Songwriter.
She has a daughter Natashya "Tash" Lorien Hawley who was born on September 5, 2000
Being born on Aug 22, Tori is a Leo.
Tori dated Robert Plant and amongst other amorous encounters was Mark Hawley.
Why do we like Tori Amos?
We like Tori Amos because she has a very beautiful voice and she is good singer.
Why is Tori Amos famous?
She is famous as a songwriter and singer. She is mainly famous because she is one of the few who uses Piano as her main instrument.
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