KT Tunstall Hits The Road With Pop Powered “Maybe It’s A Good Thing”


The intriguing aspect behind KT Tunstall’s musicianship lies in her ability to blend rock and melodic pop into one delicious pot of gumbo (sorry I’m currently in a New Orleans state of mind). And whether you love Tunstall’s biggest hits (“Black Horse and the Cherry Tree,” “Suddenly I See”) or love her resonant, deeper cuts (try “Feel It All” for size), you’ll find another side of Tunstall with her single “Maybe It’s A Good Thing.”

Taken from her upcoming album KIN, “Maybe It’s A Good Thing” is downright catchy from the get-go, as a sneakered (and purple jacketed) Tunstall sings “I can’t what’s coming, and I don’t much care.” That seemingly ambivalent statement, however, is deceptive, as the track deals with approaching life head on, whether love or heartbreak is in the offing.

In support of KIN, which comes out September 9, Tunstall is hitting the road. The dates are below, and to order tickets please go to kttunstall.com/live.

9/14 Lincoln Theatre (Washington, DC)
9/15 Danforth Music Hall, (Toronto, ONT)
9/17 Royale (Boston, MA)
9/18 Theatre of Living Arts (Philadelphia, PA)
9/19 Irving Plaza (New York, NY)
9/21 House of Blues (Chicago, IL)
9/22 The Vogue (Indianapolis, IN)
9/23 Barrymore Theatre (Madison, WI)
9/24 Fine Line Music Cafe (Minneapolis, MN)
9/27 The Crocodile (Seattle, WA)
9/28 Wonder Ballroom (Portland, OR)
9/29 Commodore Ballroom (Vancouver, BC)
10/02 House of Blues (San Diego, CA)
10/03 The Fonda Theatre (Los Angeles, CA)

Greg Srisavasdi

I've been a movie reviewer/interview since 1991 (as a UCLA Daily Bruin scribe), worked at Westwood One, Deepest Dream owner, co-editor of Hollywood Outbreak, podcast co-host of "CinemAddicts" and "Matt and Greg Used To Interview Movie Stars." I can be reached at editor@deepestdream.com for inquiries or whatever the case may be!

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