Tori performed in Providence, RI on Sunday, November 17, 2002 at the Providence Performing Arts Center. The show began at 7:30PM and Howie Day was the opening act.
a sorta fairytale
Take To The Sky
Don't Make Me Come To Vegas
Boys In The Trees
Caught A Lite Sneeze
I Can't See New York
Past The Mission
Tear In Your Hand
Angie (with band!)
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From Richard Handal:
The show began at 8:41PM and ended at 10:54. This show featured the debut of Boys In The Trees, Winter, Merman, Horses, and Angie. (Angie was with the band.) This was a strong, deeply expressive show.
Before Taxi Ride, as Matt and Jon were playing the intro, Tori applied some lipstick (or something like that), as if paying homage to Kevyn Aucoin. Tori acted very playful toward Jon during Sweet Sangria. At the end as Tori played Angie with the band, she pulled out a cheat sheet from her piano.
From Danica Knox:
Tori played the best Black-Dove that Danica has ever heard/seen tonight. Tori did an improv before Boys In The Trees while tinkering on the piano. She sang something like, "I haven't done this in a long time..I'm stalling...What's for dinner husband?...Macaroni & Cheese.." and then sang, "The person who wrote this once told that she felt when she wrote it what I feel now."
Tori kept her voice low during most of Winter, avoiding some of the higher notes. While Don't Make Me Come To Vegas was good, it, in Danica's eyes, lacks the kick of the CD version. Also, while Angie with the band was very well executed, Danica still prefers the rawness of the solo version.
From Shiri and Isaac and Kris:
Just wanted you to know that official setlist is exactly as the set played.
From the November 21-28, 2002 issue of the Boston Phoenix
From the November 18, 2002 edition of the Providence Journal