Alanis Morissette announced a 25th-anniversary tour for her 1995 alt-rock classic "Jagged Little Pill" back in 2019, scheduled for the summer of 2020 with killer support from Garbage and Liz Phair. In anticipation of hitting the road, Alanis shared a new piano ballad version of "On the Road Again" where she duets with Willie Nelson. Unfortunately, the tour has been postponed due to COVID since then, and now the dates have been rescheduled once again, hopefully for the final time. There are also new shows added, the cancellation of the Toronto date, and the postponement of Australia, New Zealand, and the Philippines show until November of 2022. On this special anniversary tour, Alanis will perform her iconic album "Jagged Little Pill" in its entirety, as well as a variety of hits, including tracks from her latest album, "Such Pretty Forks in the Road." In addition, eleven years since her last album, Liz Phair's first album, "Soberish." was released this past Friday and Garbage's first album in five years, "No Gods No Masters," is due out June 11.
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