The thought of Tori Amos and Ana Voog sitting down to have an intimate conversation is enough to make scores of Tori fans -- not to mention voyeurs who don't want to miss a detail of Voog's life -- wish to be a fly on the wall.The eccentric piano player-singer-songwriter did indeed recently chat with web provocateur Ana Voog, who is well known for using her web site to document her personal life. Now, thanks to Amos' Web site, you can hear their entire discussion without going through the trouble of transforming yourself into an insect, as their meeting will be Webcast at toriamos.com on November 18 at 7 pm (ET). In other Amos news, the singer will be performing at three radio station concerts in the coming weeks. On November 30, she'll be playing the WBRU Downcity Siege in Providence, Rhode Island, followed by the WMRQ Jingle Bell Jam in Hartford, Connecticut on December 2, and then at the WHFS Holiday Nutcracker in Washington, DC on December 5. Finally,
Amos will be on hand to co-host a Fundraiser for RAINN (the Rape and Incest National Network, which the singer formed in 1994), with actor Tim Roth in New York on December 7. The fundraiser will feature the U.S. opening of Roth's directorial debut, "The War Zone," a film about the struggle of a teenager who learns about the incestuous relationship between his father and sister. Tickets for the fundraiser, which includes the film's screening followed by a reception, go for $250. For more information on how to get tickets, go to the film's Web site at www.warzone-themovie.com.For more on RAINN, check out the organization's Web site at www.rainn.org.