Jennifer reports that on February 23, 2005, a Tori interview was broadcast on radio station 96.5 The Buzz in Kansas City, MO where Tori promoted her book, Tori Amos: Piece By Piece. The interview was rebroadcast on that same radio station on June 10, 2005. Click to read more details about this interview. You can still listen to this interview online at 965thebuzz.com.
Here is a report on the interview from Jennifer:
Radio personalities: Afentra (female), Scoops, Danny Boy
For the first few minutes, Scoops went on and on about how he was a big fan, and the others were making fun of him. All of the DJs were full of energy and talking non-stop. Tori said that she should try and bottle them up and sell them. Afentra, who doesn't know that much about Tori, insinuated that Tori used coke, then said that maybe she was more of a pot girl. Tori said she had never done coke, she was more of "a mummy." T said she was "a singa" now. She had her wine cellar, good food, good wine, good company, good lovin'. She broke out into a few bars about the last part.
Tori went on to say that her father was telling people not to read her book because it was weird and would corrupt minds. T said that you should curl up with a blankie, that it was a book to read on your own because there are some parts that are about uncomfortable subjects. T said that she would not allow her daughter to read it until she was older. Everyone talked for a while about touching one's self, and Tori sang a few lines about feelings but quickly said "Okay, I'm a piano player, and this is challenging because both of my hands work." Scoops brought up that Tori straddles the bench, and T said that she was like a stallion when she straddles the bench.
Each of the personalities wanted a song sang about each of them. Tori started singing Danny Boy. For Scoops, she sang that "it takes two scoops" and then Scoops said that Tori had done a raisin bran commercial, and they talked about it for a while. Tori said "I'm finished now" but in a joking way. Scoops went on for a few minutes asking Tori if she remembered what she signed to him when they met backstage years ago. The others made fun of him for this. Afentra said that nothing rhymed with her name, but Tori sang, "Afentra, you're an adventure to all that know you."
Tori said that they had put her in a silly mode, and Afentra ended the interview by mentioning Piece by Piece.