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KT Tunstall at Fonda Theatre – 10/3

ktAs you may have heard, KT Tunstall is returning with her new record KIN, due out September 9th on Caroline Records. The album is an explosive 11-track collection of pop tunes, that KT views as a full bodied and blooded follow up to her multi-platinum debut album Eye To The Telescope. Watch the video for KT’s lead single from the new album, “Maybe It’s A Good Thing” HERE

KT will be hitting the road in support of the album this fall, beginning September 14th in Washington, DC and wrapping up October 3rd in Los Angeles. She will be performing at the Fonda Theatre in Los Angeles on October 3rd.

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