SIOUX CITY | Alanis Morissette has set an August concert in Sioux City, where people in an outdoor venue can hear the long catalog of songs she's popularized since the mid-1990s.
Morissette will perform at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City on Aug. 26, the casino's Battery Park outdoor concert series this summer. That series was begun in 2015, and such performers as Cheap Trick, Boston and ColbieCaillit have taken part.
The 2017 Battery Park lineup also includes country legend Willie Nelson, former Poison singer Bret Michaels and the rock band Journey.
With 60 million albums worldwide sold in her career, Morissette also has seven Grammy awards.
Morissette, one of the defining voices of the 1990s, burst onto the national music scene with the phenomenally popular album "Jagged Little Pill." That disc contained several songs that remain radio staples, including two Top 10 hits.
Here are her top-charting tunes, with four that have landed in the Top 25 of the Billboard charts for the United States.
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(1) "Ironic" reached No. 4 on April 13, 1996. The music video includes four different spunky Alanises singing in a car.
(2) "You Learn"/"You Oughta Know" hit No.6 on July 27, 1996. Both songs are very popular in Morissette's discography, but they were put together as a single disc.
(3) "Thank U," from the "Supposed Former Infatuation Junkie" album, rose to No. 17 on Dec. 5, 1998. This video includes a risky choice to show Morissette virtually nude to display her vulnerability.
(4) "Hands Clean," off "Under Rug Swept," reached the No. 23 spot on March 23, 2002.