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Alanis Morissette Announces 2020 Tour Celebrating 25 Years Of ‘Jagged Little Pill’

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Today, seven-time GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette announced that she will be embarking on a 31-date North American tour which kicks off June 2nd, 2020 in Portland, OR. Produced by Live Nation, the tour will celebrate 25 years of Jagged Little Pill. It will hit cities like Los Angeles, New York, Toronto, and Chicago before wrapping in Nashville, TN on July 25th, 2020 and she’ll be playing all her biggest hits along the way. Alanis will be joined by special guest Garbage and also appearing Liz Phair.

New Single “Reasons I Drink” Out Today From Forthcoming Album, 
Such Pretty Forks In The Road, Due Out May 1st, 2020

Alanis also released her new song, “Reasons I Drink” today via Epiphany Music. Get it HERE! “Reasons I Drink” was co-written by Alanis and Michael Farrell (Morrissey, Macy Gray) and produced by Alex Hope (Troye Sivan, Ben Platt, Tove Lo). The track comes off Alanis’ highly anticipated ninth album, Such Pretty Forks In The Road, due out May 1st. This will be Alanis’ first original album since 2012’s Havoc and Bright Lights. On December 4th, catch Alanis’ debut television performance of “Reasons I Drink” on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. Alanis is also being honored with the 2019 Billboard Women In Music Icon Award at their ceremony on December 12th in Los Angeles.

Presales for the tour will begin on December 10 at 11 AM local time and tickets will go on sale to the general public beginning Friday, December 13th at 11 AM local time HERE. VIP packages will be available starting with the presale. With each transaction, fans will receive an instant grat download of “Reasons I Drink” and a digital download of Alanis’ new album Such Pretty Forks In The Road, upon its release on May 1st. For tickets and more information, go HERE. Citi is the official presale credit card for the tour. As such, Citi cardmembers will have access to purchase U.S. presale tickets beginning Wednesday, December 11th at 11 AM local time until Thursday, December 12th at 12 PM local time through Citi’s Entertainment program. For complete presale details visit HERE.

Alanis Morissette 2020 Tour Dates:

June 02, 2020Portland, ORSunlight Supply Amphitheater
June 03, 2020Seattle, WAWhite River Amphitheatre
June 05, 2020Concord, CAConcord Pavilion
June 07, 2020Salt Lake City, UTUSANA Amphitheatre
June 09, 2020Los Angeles, CAHollywood Bowl
June 10, 2020Phoenix, AZAk-Chin Pavilion
June 12, 2020Austin, TXAustin360 Amphitheater
June 13, 2020Rogers, ARWalmart AMP
June 14, 2020Dallas, TXDos Equis Pavilion
June 17, 2020Tampa, FLMIDFLORIDA Credit Union Amphitheatre
June 18, 2020West Palm Beach, FLCoral Sky Amphitheatre
June 20, 2020Alpharetta, GAAmeris Bank Amphitheatre
June 21, 2020Charlotte, NCPNC Music Pavilion
June 23, 2020Raleigh, NCCoastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek
June 26, 2020Wantagh, NYNorthwell Health at Jones Beach Theater
June 27, 2020Hartford, CTXFINITY Theatre
June 28, 2020Camden, NJBB&T Pavilion
July 01, 2020Holmdel, NJPNC Bank Arts Center
July 02, 2020Columbia, MDMerriweather Post Pavilion
July 03, 2020Virginia Beach, VAVeterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
July 06, 2020Gilford, NHBank of New Hampshire Pavilion
July 08, 2020Saratoga Springs, NYSaratoga Performing Arts Center
July 09, 2020Mansfield, MA XFINITY Center
July 11, 2020Toronto, ONBudweiser Stage
July 16, 2020Noblesville, INRuoff Home Mortgage Music Center
July 17, 2020Tinley Park, ILHollywood Casino Amphitheatre
July 18, 2020Maryland Heights, MOHollywood Casino Amphitheatre
July 21, 2020Clarkston, MIDTE Energy Music Theatre
July 23, 2020Cuyahoga Falls, OHBlossom Music Center
July 24, 2020Cincinnati, OHRiverbend Music Center
July 25, 2020Nashville, TNBridgestone Arena

JAGGED LITTLE PILL OPENING ON BROADWAY DECEMBER 5TH

Alanis M Jagged Little Pill Musical

Jagged Little Pill will be making its debut on Broadway this Thursday, December 5th at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City. Featuring lyrics by Alanis and music by Alanis and six-time Grammy winner Glen Ballard, Jagged Little Pill is directed by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus (Waitress, Pippin) and features an original story by Academy Award-winning writer Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully). Jagged Little Pill is a breathtaking new musical inspired by the themes and emotions revealed in Alanis Morissette’s album of the same name. Variety notes “[a]lways engaging, often moving and even rousing, the show boasts dramatic interest and integrity on its own theatrical terms.” For tickets, please visit Telecharge.

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REVIEW: No Throw-Aways With Garbage at Marquee Theatre (10-7-18)

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Tempe, AZ — On Sunday night, Garbage played at the Marquee Theatre as part of the “20 Years Paranoid” tour celebrating the 20th anniversary of the release of their Version 2.0 album. Opening for them was Rituals of Mine, a Los Angeles-based duo previously known as Sister Crayon.

At the start of the show, it wasn’t clear that Ritual of Mine’s self-described electronic/downtempo R&B sound would appeal to the packed house of late-to-middle-age Gen Xers. But as Terra Lopez sang “To Show You Violence,” the mood in the theater shifted from one of silent, reserved judgement to silent awe. Her indisputably powerful and clear voice resounded throughout the theatre to the applause of a crowd won over.

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Rituals of Mine recently collaborated with Tricky and The Glitch Mob, and the duo is now working on their sophomore LP. They will also accompany Garbage throughout the entire U.S. anniversary tour. “This is a dream for us,” Lopez told the crowd. While Rituals of Mine isn’t a new act, the tour along with their recent collaborations could expose the group to a much wider audience.

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Terra Lopez (Vocalist), Rituals of Mine |
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It is a privilege to share our stage with them,” Garbage frontwoman Shirley Manson said later during the show, “cause not all musicians are good people, you know what I’m saying?

When Garbage finally took the stage, they opened with “Afterglow,” followed by “Deadwood,” and “Temptation Waits”. To the delight of the audience, Depeche Mode’s “Personal Jesus” was mixed in midway through “Wicked Ways.” By the time “Special” began to play, the crowd was fully amped.

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Garbage |
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This is an incredible surprise for us… We never ever know what we’re getting, and it is always extraordinary and it’s fun,” a breathless Shirley Manson told the screaming crowd. “We’re here to celebrate a record that was immensely influential for us as people. It took us all over the world.

Version 2.0, the band’s sophomore album released in 1998, was immensely successful, quickly gaining Platinum status in the U.S. and selling more than four million copies worldwide. It received two Grammy nominations, including “Album of the Year” and “Best Rock Album”. And in 1999, the single “Special,” was nominated for “Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group With Vocal”.

Garbage has often credited Version 2.0 with solidifying their place in 90s rock music. In June, they reissued a special edition of the album that included 10 B-sides, several of which they played during their show at the Marquee, including “Lick the Pavement” and their cover of Big Star’s “Thirteen.” The group also has plans to record a new album for release in 2019.

One of Garbage’s last visits to the Valley was during a show at the Arizona State Fair to promote Strange Little Birds. Maybe it was the venue — the Veterans Memorial Coliseum has seen better days — or maybe it was just the changing state of affairs in the world at that time, but Manson seemed drained, world-weary and even a little sad. They delivered a powerful performance, but you couldn’t help leaving with the impression that maybe they weren’t coming back.  

By contrast, Garbage was more alive than ever on stage at the Marquee. Manson seemed to have a renewed energy and vigor that made you forget you were singing along to songs that are now 20 years old.

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Shirley Manson (Vocalist), Garbage |
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During “Push It,” nearly the entire front of the house was jumping up and down with Manson and screaming the chorus. The stage was backlit with playful rainbow hues for “When I Grow Up.” Then, at the end of “Can’t Seem to Make You Mine,” Manson joined Duke Erikson at the keyboard to play glissandos back and forth across the keys.

Despite what they will tell you, this is not a celebration of nostalgia,” Manson told concert-goers early in the evening. “It is a moment in which to collect you all in one space and feed off that mental energy that you just provided for us.

But there was something undeniably nostalgic about the sound clips from familiar old movies interspersed between each song. Before “Hammering in My Head,” a clip of Rutger Hauer’s iconic monologue from the final scene of Bladerunner played: “I’ve seen things you people wouldn’t believe. … All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain. Time to die.” And before “Medication” they played a clip of HAL 9000 repeating: “Take a stress pill and think things over.”

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Shirley Manson (Vocalist), Garbage |
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Perhaps the most poignant messages of the night came after Garbage returned for their encore. “No life is very easy,” Manson told concertgoers. “Remember that today’s just a day. Tomorrow will be better. And if tomorrow isn’t better, maybe the day after that might be,” Manson said before dedicating “The Trick Is to Keep Breathing” to any fans who might be struggling.

They followed it with one of the band’s latest singles, “No Horses,” which Manson took some time to speak about.

We must focus on the things that are precious. Not the things that are of the most financial value, but the things that are truly truly precious that make our world beautiful, that make us want to live, that make us want to breath and thrive. And this is what this song is about, Manson said.

It is about the fact that we must never fuck up our planet and our beasts and our animals and the things that don’t make money and that, above all else, human beings are our biggest and most important resource.

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Shirley Manson (Vocalist), Garbage |
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Garbage closed the show on a high note with “Cherry Lips (Go Baby Go),” a song that Manson called their ode to the LGBQT community, which she has been a very vocal supporter of over the years.

It’s good to be free, and it’s good to be a nonconformist.
So this one goes out to you.

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