Cat Power wraps up UK tour

Chan Marshall performs one-off London show

Cat Power performed the last UK gig of her current mini-tour last night (May 1).

Having played as part of the Triptych and All Tomorrow’s Parties festivals at the end of last month, the star and her band headed to London.

Performing at The Forum in Kentish Town, frontwoman Chan Marshall was joined by backing group the Dirty Delta Blues Band for the sold-out show.


Taking to the stage in a sleeveless top and with her hair pulled back into a ponytail that curiously made the singer look uncannily like former Spice Girl Mel C, Marshall barely spoke throughout the show, only once asking for the “hot” lights to be turned down.

Instead she concentrated on her set including the likes of ’The Greatest’, ’Living Proof’ and her cover of The Rolling Stones’(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’ along with several new songs.

Cat Power played:


‘The Greatest’

‘Living Proof’


‘New York’


‘Makin Believe’

‘Hey Aretha’

‘Don’t Explain’

‘Silver Stallions’

‘Empty Shell’


‘I Lost Someone’

‘Song 2 Bobby’

‘Lord Help’

‘I Been Lovin’

‘Life Of the Party’

‘Could We’

‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’

‘Angelitos Negros’

‘Dark End Of Street’

‘Could We/Vamp’

‘Where Is My Love’

‘Lived In Bars’

‘Crazy/Patsy Crazy’

Cat Power is now set to conclude her European dates with a show in Dublin on May 10.