Over the years, HEREINMYHEAD.COM has gained recognition in a variety of ways for which I have been flattered and truly appreciative. Many, many thanks go to everyone who have supported this website. If you know of any other sources that have mentioned this website, please contact me.
- Little Blue World Tori Amos Fanzine – Spring 2007
I participated in an interview for the Ears with Feet focus feature of the Spring 2007 issue of the Little Blue World fanzine.
- ICE Magazine – June 2005
“The community that manages Hereinmyhead.com is working overtime to record, digitize and post tons of songs performed on about a dozen dates on [Tori Amos's] current concert/promotional tour, including stints in San Francisco, Chicago, Detroit, Philadelphia and Boston. At this writing, the site has 47 free mp3s preserving live originals from The Beekeeper and covers of The Beatles, Eurythmics, Simon and Garfunkel, Bob Seger, Cat Stevens, Bruce Springsteen and others.”
- NPR’s (National Public Radio) Morning Edition – November 27, 2002
Tori Amos Album Goes Cross-Country
by Elizabeth Blair
“Tori Amos’ new album describes a journey across America after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. The story is told through the eyes of a character named Scarlet, who encounters various personalities along the route.”
NPR’s Elizabeth Blair profiles the singer-songwriter, beginning with statements from Audrey, webmaster of hereinmyhead.com. This interview aired on November 27, 2002 on NPR’s Morning Edition. Read the transcript here.
- Fanscape Tori Amos Street Team’s “Tori Fan Site Creation Contest” – October 7, 2002
sponsored by ToriAmos.com
Hereinmyhead.com was selected as one of the six winners of the official Tori Amos street team’s “Tori Fan Site Creation Contest”.
- The Dent’s Super Sites – June 8, 2000
hereinmyhead.com is recognized
by Michael Whitehead
In 2000, The Dent, a website endorsed by Tori Amos’ record company and management, began “giving recognition to other Tori Amos web sites [found] to be incredibly vital to the Tori net community… [sites] that are so useful, unique, inspiring or entertaining that they deserved to be recognized.” Hereinmyhead.com was the first website designated as a “Super Site” by The Dent.
- VH1.Com Tori Amos Fan Club
VH1.com launched a Fan Clubs Section, an expansive new section of their web site that connects music fans to the artists and music they love. Hereinmyhead.com is listed as one of the “Best of the Web” sites for Tori Amos.
- Bestselling author Neil Gaiman’s blog – March 16, 2004
Catching up. No mention of Lord Snooty’s giant poisoned electric head.
by Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman mentions that his writing for Tori’s Strange Little Girls is available to read at hereinmyhead.com with his permission.
- Strange Days – Tori’s Tour Dates Liberated by Fan Site Hackers in Anticipation of STRANGE LITTLE GIRLS – August 15, 2001
Atlantic Records press release
Atlantic Records reported this event in an official press release, using it as a clever excuse to create buzz for Tori’s upcoming tour. The real story was that the official website ToriAmos.com first announced that they were going to release tour information on a set date. The day before the dates were to officially release, I guessed the URL to the webpage (which they had irresponsibly and prematurely uploaded to their live, public server) and shared my finding with the Tori Amos online community. The guess was simply based on other URLs released in official Tori Amos email newsletters. So what was just a simple, random guess sparked their misuse of the word “hacking”. Go figure!