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More about KT Tunstall.
Kate "KT" Tunstall (born 23 June 1975, Edinburgh) is a Scottish singer-songwriter from Fife. Her mother is of partial Chinese descent, and her father Irish. She was raised by adoptive parents, scientists who did not own a television or stereo, as they would interfere with her congenitally deaf adoptive brother's hearing aid. In her twenties she met her birth mother, who told her that her natural father was a folk musician, long after she had chosen that route herself.
Her nickname, "KT", is a play on "Katie". While a student at Royal Holloway, University of London she performed on an acoustic guitar in a student bar, under the name "Katie". Her style of music varies from the folk genre to the more pop genre.
Tunstall is from St Andrews, and has studied at the High School of Dundee, Madras College in St Andrews, Kent School, Connecticut, and at Royal Holloway. Throughout her twenties she mostly played in independent bands including Elia Drew and Tomoko, and focused on songwriting. She has also written and performed music for children's television shows, but remains secretive as to which shows in particular, preferring her fans to play the guessing game.
Her breakthrough performance was a solo rendition of "Black Horse and The Cherry Tree" on Later with Jools Holland, for which she had twenty-four hours to prepare after scheduled performer Nas cancelled due to his father's ill health. Her performance caught the eye of many viewers, upstaging more established acts such as The Cure, Embrace, and The Futureheads, as she then went on to top the post-show poll on the website for that episode. Her debut album, Eye to the Telescope, was rereleased shortly afterwards, and shot up the U.K. charts, eventually peaking at three (on its first release it had entered at seventy-three); it was nominated for the 2005 Mercury Music Prize. It was released in the U.S. on 7 February 2006.
Tunstall has toured extensively since and plans to record another album sometime in 2006. Since her debut appearance on Later With Jools Holland, she has returned to perform "Suddenly I See", "Under the Weather", "Tangled up in Blue" (she performed the same song, as well as "Simple Twist of Fate" and "This Wheel's on Fire" on a BBC 4 Bob Dylan tribute) and an Ella Fitzgerald song ("Ain't Misbehavin'" by Fats Waller) with Jools Holland on piano. She ended 2005 on New Year's Eve by performing at Edinburgh's Concert in the Gardens alongside Texas, and plans to move back to Edinburgh with her boyfriend.
She uses an AKAI E2 headrush loop pedal on stage, which she affectionately calls "Wee Bastard".
Due to some of her songs containing ambiguous lyrics, some fans (especially lesbians) were interested to know whether she is also gay, but she has stated that she is not. 
Her boyfriend is her drummer Luke Bullen, who was a member of Joe Strummer's band The Mescaleros, and has also played for John Squire.
On 11 January 2006 she was nominated for three Brit awards: Best British Live Act, British Breakthrough Act, and British Female Solo Artist. At the ceremony on 15 February 2006, Tunstall performed "Suddenly I See" and won the award for Best British Female Solo Artist, remarking that she wished to share it with fellow nominee Kate Bush.
She also appears on the Sophie Solomon song "Lazarus", on the album Poison Sweet Madeira. She also provided guest vocals for two tracks, "Refugee" and "Yesterday's Mistake", on the Oi Va Voi album "Laughter Through Tears" 2003
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