"Black Horse and the Cherry Tree" garnered Scottish singer-songwriter and musician a Grammy nomination in 2007 and won the Q Magazine Award for Best Track in 2005. Other hits include "Suddenly I See" and "Other Side of the World." Reduced priced tickets Thursday & Friday. Show times 8pm nightly. Performing solo, no opening act. Sitting, eyes closed in the sunshine in Nashville's Centennial Park in Spring 2017 on tour, KT Tunstall had an epiphany. It encompassed both her last album, 'KIN', that entered the UK top 10 in 2016, and her as-yet-unrecorded sixth studio album. There were some things she knew instantly. That moving to Los Angeles, whence she had relocated from London in autumn 2014, had been a life-saving move. That she was now in the midst of a trilogy of records, the latest exciting chapter in a career fuelled by a rocket-powered lift- off with 2004's 'Eye To The Telescope', her debut album which won the post- folkie from Scotland the Brit Award for Best British Female. That this trilogy would evoke, separately and in sequence, spirit, body and mind. That 'KIN' was already, happily, her spirit album.
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