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Alanis Morissette with special guest Garbage and also appearing Liz Phair
September 15, 2021
The Alanis Morissette concert originally scheduled for July 24, 2020 at Riverbend Music Center has been rescheduled to Wednesday, September 15, 2021. Tickets purchased for the original date will be honored for the rescheduled date.
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Seven-time GRAMMY® Award-winning singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette announced that she will be embarking on a 31-date North American tour which will celebrate 25 years of JAGGED LITTLE PILL. The tour will make stop in Cincinnati, OH at Riverbend Music Center on Wednesday, September 15, 2021 and she’ll be playing all her biggest hits. Alanis will be joined by special guest Garbage and also appearing Liz Phair. With each transaction, fans will receive an instant grat download of “Reasons I Drink” and a digital download of Alanis’ new album SUCH PRETTY FORKS IN THE ROAD.
Alanis also released her new song, “Reasons I Drink” via Epiphany Music. Get it here! “Reasons I Drink” was co-written by Alanis and Michael Farrell (Morrissey, Macy Gray) and produced by Alex Hope (Troye Sivan, Ben Platt, Tove Lo). The track comes off Alanis’ highly anticipated ninth album, SUCH PRETTY FORKS IN THE ROAD, due out May 1st. This will be Alanis’ first original album since 2012’s HAVOC AND BRIGHT LIGHTS.
JAGGED LITTLE PILL made its debut on Broadway Thursday, December 5th at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City. Featuring lyrics by Alanis and music by Alanis and six-time Grammy winner Glen Ballard, JAGGED LITTLE PILL is directed by Tony Award winner Diane Paulus (Waitress, Pippin) and features an original story by Academy Award-winning writer Diablo Cody (Juno, Tully). JAGGED LITTLE PILL is a breathtaking new musical inspired by the themes and emotions revealed in Alanis Morissette’s album of the same name. Variety notes “[a]lways engaging, often moving and even rousing, the show boasts dramatic interest and integrity on its own theatrical terms.”