Live Nation is bringing Maverick/Reprise recording artist Alanis Morissette to the The Louisville Palace on Tuesday, October 14 at 7:30 p.m. in support of her critically acclaimed new album Flavors Of Entanglement. The 38-city North American Theatre tour kicks off September 18th in Charlottesville, VA.
Morissette released Flavors Of Entanglement this past June and has been on a roll ever since, playing to ecstatic, packed-house crowds all across Europe while the album, which debuted in the top ten on Billboard’s Top 200 album chart, has garnered widespread critical acclaim. Blender and People gave the record three stars; Us Weekly gave it three and a half and Entertainment Weekly praised it for “having the same kind of passion that fueled (smash hit album) Jagged Little Pill.”
As lead single “Underneath” blanketed radio and its video went into rotation on VH1, Morissette performed on “The Today Show,” ”Late Show with David Letterman,” “The View” and “The Howard Stern Show.” She’s maintaining momentum with new single “Not As We” and is doing plenty of TV to help including “The Tonight show with Jay Leno” and “Jimmy Kimmel Live”. Co-written and produced by Guy Sigsworth (Björk, Imogen Heap), Flavors Of Entanglement is Morissette's first original studio release in four years.
"There's not another artist-male or female-who can take you on the kind of emotional journey that Alanis can," says Sigsworth. "She has this ginormous, super-massive, planet-eating emotional range. She goes all the way-10 on the Richter Scale-and we're at the epicenter with her as she sings whole worlds into existence. She can be raging and hostile, distraught and desolately heartbroken, glowingly nostalgic, sensual, breezy and self-deprecating-all in one album." Reserved Tickets go on sale Friday at noon ($89.50, $65.00 and $47.50) Get tickets online at www.Livenation.com, Ticketmaster and the Louisville Palace Box Office. Charge by phone in Louisville (502) 361-3100 or in Lexington (859) 281-6644
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