Tori Amos announces free London live show

Solo show at the Jazz Cafe - ticket details here

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Tori Amos is to play a free live date in London, at the Jazz Cafe on December 2, she has announced.

The solo show, will be free to fans who obtain a wristband, on a first come first served basis, from the HMV store at 150 Oxford Street, London W1, from 10.30am on the morning of the show.

Amos, who will be releasing her festive-themed new album ‘Midwinter Graces’, on November 16, will perform with just a piano at the London Jazz Cafe show.

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