Alanis Morissette Announces First Australian Shows Since 1999

Paterniano Del Favero
Agosto 2, 2017

The 43-year-old singer whoseJagged Little Pill album has sold more than 33 million copies since it exploded on the airwaves in 1995 will perform two shows only here.

The Ironic singer will playing at the Palais Theatre in Melbourne on January 23 and ICC Sydney Theatre on January 24.

While her appearance is bloody enormous news, don't expect a full band spectacle.

The gigs will see the Grammy-winning star performing songs "spanning her entire career in an intimate acoustic trio setting", a press release said.

Tickets will be on offer from Monday, and that's some good advice that you just should take.

Yet, despite this huge fanbase, Morissette hasn't toured Australia since 1999, when she came out in support of her Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie album.

You guys, Alanis Morissette is headed down under. She has also been involved in charitable work with the United Nations, and gave birth to her second child Onyx last July.

SHE was one of the defining voices of the '90s but is now nearly unrecognisable more than 20 years after releasing one of the biggest selling albums of all time.

She is also working on a Broadway musical adaptation of the album with Oscar-winning Juno screenwriter Diablo Cody, set to debut in May next year.

They will be her first concerts here since 1999.

"There was a timelessness to what I was expressing".

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