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The Wiltern
3790 Wilshire Blvd Los Angeles, CA 90010
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Gary Charlton
7 events
2 reviews
2 stars
Parking just west of the venue was a reasonable $13 for a Friday night.
Comedian Bill Engvall
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sandala Red Velvet
8 events
3 reviews
14 stars
Be prepared: theater parking $20. Wear anything will see everything from date night to totally casual.
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KT Tunstall
35 ratings
4.7 average rating
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26 events
11 reviews
4 stars
attended May 05 2008

Even better seats than advertised, and what a deal!

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620 events
155 reviews
116 stars
attended May 05 2008

Really good show & really good opening act.

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102 events
33 reviews
32 stars
attended May 05 2008

Loved it!! She's amazing live. Such wit and such talent. Her musicians are awesome too as well. Thanks Goldstar!!

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After a sold-out show at Avalon last year, KT Tunstall will be back in L.A. performing at The Wiltern. Tunstall burst onto the scene in 2006 with her gritty debut album, Eye to the Telescope, which spawned three hit singles: the Grammy-Award nominated “Black Horse and the Cherry Tree,” “Suddenly I See” and “Other Side of the World.” Fueled by these tracks and multimedia exposure, Eye was certified platinum in the U.S. with worldwide sales exceeding 3.5 million copies. Tunstall’s follow up to Eye, Drastic Fantastic, was released by Virgin Records in September 2007. It showcases the 31-year-old’s growth as both a songwriter and musician on songs like the thumping “Hold On,” the rollicking “Saving My Face,” the jazz-inflected “Someday Soon” and the frisky pop gem “I Don’t Want You Now.”  “I wanted to be braver,” Tunstall says of the album. “I wanted to push the musicality. You can’t let previous success scare you away from moving on.” Tunstall’s formula for her latest album proved to be a success as Drastic Fantastic debuted at #9 on the Top 200 album chart with “Hold On” hitting #1 in the AAA single format._

_"Patrick “Paddy” Casey": is an Irish singer-songwriter from Dublin. From an early age he spent a great deal of his time learning his craft by busking on the streets of Dublin and Galway. Casey was discovered while performing at the International Bar in Dublin. His music appeals to a wide audience, with soulful grooves and catchy hooks. His first album Amen (So Be It), released in 1999, was certified double platinum. His influences include Bob Marley, Nina Simone, Aretha Franklin, Marvin Gaye and Stevie Wonder. His subsequent albums have seen Casey rise to prominence as a gifted and intensely focused singer songwriter. He received nominations for Best Irish Songwriter and Best Male Singer at the prestigious Hot Press Awards. Hot Press readers themselves voted the album Best Debut Album, as well as voting Paddy the year’s Most Promising Act and nominating him in seven other end-of-the-year categories. Intense touring saw Casey providing support to artists like R.E.M., Ian Brown, Ani DiFranco and The Pretenders.