Friday, February 29, 2008


LOS ANGELES, FEBRUARY 29, 2008—Celebrated U.K. singer-songwriter KT Tunstall, will be the special guest of Daryl Hall on the fifth installment of his free webcast, Live From Daryl’s House, on March 15 at 8 p.m., exclusive at

The two collaborate on versions of “Kiss on My List” and “Out of Touch,” as well as her own hit, “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree,” as well as a cover of Bonnie Raitt’s “Something to Talk About.” The show takes place in London, where Daryl has a home.

"Working with KT Tunstall was a fantastic musical experience," said Daryl. “She's got a really great voice, with a solid guitar style and a very centered way of looking at music. Our voices really blend well and I'd love to work with her more in the future."

The Scottish singer-songwriter has been nominated for two Grammys and won three Brit Awards, selling more than four million albums worldwide after capturing the attention of the public with a performance of “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree” on the U.K. TV show, Later with Jools Holland. Her debut album, Eye to the Telescope, peaked at #3 on the British charts and earned her a 2005 nomination for the prestigious Mercury Music Prize. Her second album, Drastic Fantastic, debuted in the Top 10 in the U.S. last September.

“I had such a wicked time,” KT enthuses about appearing on Live From Daryl’s House. “It was a dream to sing with such a great singer. Daryl really has an amazing voice. I’ve never sung with a guy able to do the things he can with his voice.”

Live From Daryl’s House debuted November 15th, featuring Hall’s longtime collaborator T Bone Wolk. Other guests on the webcast included partner John Oates on a holiday special highlighting their Home for Christmas album and, most recently, Daryl was joined by Gym Class Heroes’ Travis McCoy on the fourth installment of the series (which is currently being shown on

Each new edition of Live From Daryl’s House takes place at one of Daryl’s homes in either upstate New York, Maine, the Bahamas or, like this one, London.

“Daryl’s House is a state of mind,” he says, one that KT Tunstall has now experienced for herself.

“It’s such a great vibe,” KT said. “We had a great laugh. Working with such hugely talented and respected musicians, it was such a great vibe, I felt I’d known them for years. Daryl has a great thing going on there. It’s pure music.”

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