KT Tunstall to play Thetford Forest
Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall has become the latest name to join Thetford Forest's glittering summer concert line-up. The award winning soloist will play at High Lodge on Friday June 6.
Scottish singer-songwriter KT Tunstall has become the latest name to join Thetford Forest's glittering summer concert line-up.
The award winning soloist, who has achieved success on both sides of the Atlantic over the last three years, will play at High Lodge, near Thetford, on Friday June 6.
The artist, who is engaged to a former Norwich boy, has sold more than 4m copies of her debut album Eye To The Telescope, including over 1.5m in the UK alone.
Critical acclaim includes a Brit Award for Best British Female Solo Artist in 2006, The Ivor Novello Best Song award for writing Suddenly I See and a Q award for track of the year for Black Horse and the Cherry Tree.
Chart success continues with the release of her latest album Drastic Fantastic including the hit singles Saving My Face and Hold On.
KT is also extremely committed to green issues and has signed up to the GlobalCool campaign and even has her own 6,000-strong forest of trees in Scotland. The High Lodge concerts support the Forestry Commission's valuable social and environmental programmes.
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Tickets, which are £27.50 (subject to booking fee), go on sale at 9 am on Friday from the ticket hotline on 01842 814612 or online at www.forestry.gov.uk/music.