Chicago Humanities Festival Announces TORI AMOS Virtual Appearance May 6
Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Tori Amos began writing her memoir Resistance by asking: “Can we out-create the destructiveness that is all around us?” Over her prolific career, Amos has used music to resist the power structures she sees at work in such tumultuous events as 9/11, #MeToo, and the climate crisis. Believing that music is a form of activism and a cure for what she deems (inter)national trauma, Amos crafts personal lyrics that serve as political anthems. Join Amos and Senior Writer at the A.V. Club Katie Rife for a livestreamed conversation on how we can channel the hope and courage of music-making for our time.
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Wednesday, May 6, 2020 1:00 pm – 1:40 pm You Tube Event Page
This program is presented in partnership with AV Club.