The Scots songstress plays in the sunshine
KT Tunstall made a ‘homecoming’ appearance tonight (July 11) at the opening day of the T In The Park festival in Scotland.
The Scots songstress, who grew up in nearby Fife, was a hugely popular draw at the event, bringing a huge crowd to the Main Stage.
The set consisted of highlights from the star’s two solo albums, including 2007 single ‘Hold On’ and perennial set closer and crowd favourite ‘Suddenly I See’, taken from her massive-selling 2004 debut album ‘Eye To The Telescope’.
Before performing ‘Black Horse And The Cherry Tree’, Tunstall told the crowd: “This is when I knew I’d made it. I was on the jukebox in a pub in [nearby town] Auchtermuchty.”
KT Tunstall played:
‘Other Side Of The World’
‘Black Horse And The Cherry Tree’
‘Saving My Face’
‘I Don’t Want You Now’
‘Suddenly I See’
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