BRIT award-winning singer-songwriter K T Tunstall paid tribute to most of her family as she rocked the Bath Forum.

The Grammy-nominated Scottish musician brought the house down at the end of her 105-minute headline performance with her hit single Suddenly I See.

The concert on February 28 featured songs from her new album NUT, on which her special guest, the former Razorlight drummer Andy Burrows, played drums.

NUT is the seventh studio album by the multi-million selling artist and the last in a trilogy of albums she began recording and releasing in 2016.

Tunstall is playing her first full UK headline tour since the Covid pandemic and seemed extremely happy to be Bath.

In between songs, the 47-year-old gave the audience some anecdotes about life on the road, being a well-known musician and her early years as a busker.

She also referenced most of the Tunstall family who were watching, including her adoptive mother, Rosemarie Tunstall, who moved to Bath several years ago.

The quirky and captivating singer-songwriter gave a vibrant and energetic performance as she danced and skipped her way around the stage.

She appeared to be back on top form after suffering tinnitus hearing problems a few years ago while displaying a huge and infectious smile.

As the show progressed, there was a bewildering change of guitars for virtually each and every song.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: Stu Wilkinson and special guest Andy BurrowsStu Wilkinson and special guest Andy Burrows (Image: John Baker)

The show was opened with a 30-minute set by Andy Burrows on lead guitar and vocals, with Stu Wilkinson on guitar and vocals.

They later joined KT Tunstall to form a tight-knit group that also included Seye Adelekan, the live bass guitarist for the Gorillaz.

The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald: KT Tunstall with Seye Adelekan, Stu Wilkinson and Andy BurrowsKT Tunstall with Seye Adelekan, Stu Wilkinson and Andy Burrows (Image: John Baker)

The Bath set list included I Am The Pilot, Dear Shadow, The River, Other Side of the World, Three, Demigod, Saving My Face, Paper Aeroplane, Hold On, Push That Knot Away, Black Horse and the Cherry Tree, and Hard Girls.

Tunstall even gave the audience a couple of treats, singing the old Eurythmics hit Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This) in honour of singer Annie Lennox being inducted into the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame, and Walk Like an Egyptian, the old hit by The Bangles.

The Bath concert was the fifth venue in a 16-date UK tour which kicked off in Buxton on February 23 and has already taken in York, Manchester and Birmingham, before she jets off to Canada and the USA in April.