Tori is finally back onstage, with her first concerts and interviews in months! Her voice continues to recover, but thanks to the assistance of various doctors and vocal therapists, it’s is strong enough to get back to work.
Don’t miss her first acoustic show at her favorite Barcelona listening room, El Café Rock and Roll, on November 4th, and the 9th edition of Barcelona in the Round at the El Siglo theater in Sant Cugat on December 3rd. This edition will feature two of the biggest voices in all of Spain: Latin Grammy nominee Carlos Mendoza, and European Blues Challenge winner Jonathan Herrero. And of course, Tori will once again be a part of the Elvis & Friends Benefit Concert at Luz de Gas on January 20th, which last year raised over 6000 euros for a good cause.
She’s also going to be on the radio several times in November and December, talking about everything from her recent health journey to her plans for a new album with the band in 2024. Details on the upcoming concerts and interviews are here.
And even though Tori hasn’t been performing lately, she hasn’t kept still. In between vocal rehab and doctor appointments, she’s stayed busy overseeing pre-production sessions for independent artists Alma de Boquerón and Sigmund Wilder, who are back in the recording studio this winter. She was a speaker in the “Careers in the Performing Arts” online panel organized by Millie: Guidance for International Students, which featured professionals from Spain, the UK, India, and beyond.
And stay tuned for the upcoming book by photographer Joan “Linux” Martínez, which features black and white portraits of notable blues artists who have made a significant impact on the local and national scene over the past 40 years — Tori was one of the final artists to be photographed for the project.