Tori Amos hit the stage with her band (Matt Chamberlain on drums and John Evans on bass) and played for almost two intense hours to an amphitheater filled with an eclectic crowd. The poetic priestess delivered an amazing mix of tunes from her whole career, including a lot of old favorites – “Icicle,” “Sugar,” “Bells For Her,” “China,” “Space Dog” – and “Jackie’s Strength,” which made its first appearance on her acclaimed Sinful Attraction Tour in support of her latest album, Abnormally Attracted to Sin.

Wearing a black and white flying toga, Amos resembled a Greek goddess. She did a dynamic 180-degree performance between electric keyboard, Hammond and black grand piano to mix new wave synth lines into her classic piano sound, shaping the musical landscape into a very lyrical atmosphere.

Amos’ shows always surprise with her different voices, from enraged woman to calm thinker with sweet and pure verses. The venue’s sound was so crisp and clear; it made for a very memorable show.