Alanis Morissette to perform at Knitting Factory

Canadian singer Alanis Morissette is headed to the Knitting Factory in Boise.

Morissette, whose 1995 album "Jagged Little Pill" has sold more than 30 million copies worldwide, will headline the 999-capacity venue Oct. 8. I saw Morissette at the Idaho Center in 1999. She also performed for just under 1,000 people at the Morrison Center in 2008. She's a natural performer without a shred of self-consciousness on stage. The intimate Knit should make for a killer concert experience for diehard fans.

Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday for $48/$100 skybox at Ticketfly.

Here's what she's up to these days.

Date Night Special

Make it a special evening, get reservations for dinner, book a fine room with a view in a Boise hotel. Spend some money, people! Celebrate being alive!

Will she knit though?

That would be neat.


You fry wants with that?

Big Time Act, Big time Entertainer

Cause I got news for you baby, she is very good. Go see her now.

You can't.

She is elsewhere.


You fry wants with that?