After an 8 year album hiatus, edgy singer, Alanis Morissette honors her 1995, Jagged Little Pill album through a U.S. tour. The announcement was made right before her special gig tonight, which is taking place in the New York Apollo Theatre, for her Broadway musical.
Her most popular songs, “Ironic,” “You outta know,” and “Hand in My Pocket,” all originate from her Jagged Little Pill album, which received a Grammy for Album of the Year. Her contradictory language portrayed in her lyrics, will be performed in 31 different cities. The tour will start in Portland on June 2nd, and end in country music’s capital, Nashville on July 25th. Pre-sales will be available the 10th of December.
Collector and anniversary albums, honor the award winning, Jagged Little Pill; but they’re not comparable to the performances that will celebrate raw music decades later. The tour will demonstrate the album’s reveal of adolescent struggle and rebellion. True rock and roll will be portrayed, which inevitably is exciting for fans. Especially the fact that singer shows her gift for performance, because the originals have been so highly valued. The shows itself in the 90’s, have won multiple awards such as: Best Female Rock Performance, National Recording Merchandiser acknowledgement, Best Rock album, and etc.
Her commitment to fans, years after her last album release, is unquestionably reciprocated by them, as it is proven on social media. In addition to her tour announcement, Morisette shared her new 2019 single, “Reasons I Drink,” by posting a picture of Instagram. The 33,000 likes and 1,400 comments are ways to know that fans are still eager for the artist’s new releases. The hashtag for the singer’s tour isn’t too popular yet, as only a few members have posted about it. However, after her announcement for the tour tonight, the hashtag could reach up to the thousands in the next few days.
The following is the full schedule for the U.S. tour:
June 2 — Portland, OR, June 3 — Seattle, WA, June 5 — Concord, CA, June 7 — Salt Lake City, UT, June 9 — Los Angeles, CA , June 10 — Phoenix, AZ, June 12– Austin, TX, June 13 — Rogers, AR, June 14 — Dallas, TX, June 17 — Tampa, FL, June 18 — West Palm Beach, FL, June 20 — Alpharetta, GA, June 21 — Charlotte, NC, June 23 — Raleigh, NC, June 26 — Wantagh, NY, June 27 — Hartford, CT, June 28 — Camden, NJ, July 1 — Holmdel, NJ, July 2 — Columbia, MD, July 3 — Virginia Beach, VA, July 6 — Gilford, NH, July 8 — Saratoga Springs, NY, July 9 — Mansfield, MA, July 11 — Toronto, ON, July 16 — Noblesville, IN, July 17 — Tinley Park, IL, July 18 — Maryland Heights, MO, July 21 — Clarkston, MI, July 23 — Cuyahoga Falls, July 24 — Cincinnati, OH, July 25 — Nashville, TN