KT Tunstall: There are consequences if politicians don’t tell the truth

KT Tunstall has said her new Christmas charity single is a message to politicians that there are “consequences if you don’t tell the truth”.

Alongside a group of session musicians, Tunstall, 44, has recorded a cover of John Lennon’s protest song Gimme Some Truth, demanding more transparency in society.

Tunstall’s band, called The Full Story, released the song on the 39th anniversary of Lennon’s murder in New York City, with proceeds going...
source: BreakingNews.ie

2019-12-14 10:10
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