Seasick Steve duets with KT Tunstall at London show

Blues crooner sells out Astoria on first date of tour

Seasick Steve kicked off his mini UK tour last night with a special appearance from Scottish singer KT Tunstall.

Taking to the stage dressed in chequered shirt and dungarees, the tattooed musician rocked straight into an hour-long set of foot stomping Americana blues much to the joy of the sold out Astoria crowd – who cheered and stomped at every strum.

Creating a massive wall of sound with just himself and his homemade amp on stage, Steve was joined by a drummer and his grandson on tambourine for a few tracks – the first time he’s played live with percussion.


But it was special guest KT Tunstall that really excited the crowd.

The singer joined Steve for a foot-stomping guitar strumming track – and even popped back on to play the flute for a song.

Seasick Steve’s tour continues tonight (January 26) at Birmingham Academy.

Seasick Steve played:

Yellow Dog

Things Go Up


My Donny

Cut My Wings

Happy Man (with KT Tunstall)

St Louis Slim

Working Man

The Letter (Box Tops cover)

Falling Off A Rock


Save Me

Dog House Boogie

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