Bob Dylan won't be the only singer/songwriter releasing a "holiday" album this year.
Tori Amos' Midwinter Graces hits stores Nov. 10 through Universal Republic. It features Amos' takes on Christmas Carols and her own original tracks. It features Amos' longtime bandmates guitarist Mac Aladdin, bassist John Evans and drummer Matt Chamberlain, along with a big band and orchestra.
Amos grew up playing Christmas carols in the church operated by her father, a Methodist minister. She released a new studio album, Abnormally Attracted To Sin, earlier this year.
Amos has these dates scheduled:
Sept. 18 Luxembourg, Luxembourg @ Den Atelier
Sept. 20 Copenhagen, Denmark @ Royal Opera House
Sept. 21 Oslo, Norway @ Sentrum Scene
Sept. 23 Groningen, Netherlands @ Martini
Sept. 24 Prague, Czech Republic @ Congress Centre
Sept. 25 Vienna, Austria @ Stadthalle
Sept. 27 Hamburg, Germany @ Laeiszhalle
Sept. 28 Dusseldorf, Germany @ Tonhalle
Sept. 30 Rome, Italy @ Auditorium Parco Della Musica
Oct. 1 Milan, Italy @ Teatro Smeraldo
Oct. 3 Paris, France @ Palais Des Congres
Oct. 4 Antwerp, Belgium @ Lotto Arena
Oct. 5 Frankfurt, Germany @ Jahrunderthalle
Oct. 7 Berlin, Germany @ Tempodrom
Oct. 9 Zabrze, Poland @ Dom Muzyki
Oct. 10 Warsaw, Poland @ Sala Kongresowa
Nov. 12-13 Melbourne, Australia @ Regent Theatre
Nov. 15 Canberra, Australia @ Canberra Theatre
Nov. 16-17 Sydney, Australia @ Opera House
Nov. 19 Adelaide, Australia @ Thebarton Theatre
Nov. 21 Perth, Australia @ PCEC Riverside Theatre
Nov. 24 Brisbane, Australia @ QPAC Concert Hall
Here are the songs on Midwinter Graces:
"What Child, Nowell"
"Star Of Wonder"
"A Silent Night With You"
"Candle: Coventry Carol"
"Holy, Ivy, And Rose"
"Harps Of Gold"
"Pink And Glitter"
"Our New Year"