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KT-Tunstall writes songs for her deaf brother


KT Tunstall makes music for her deaf brotherKT Tunstall wants to write music for her profoundly deaf brother.


The ‘Suddenly I See’ singer, whose 28-year-old younger sibling Daniel was born with the hearing condition, is planning to create some hi-tempo beats to please her brother.

KT said: “I’ve always wanted to write some music for Daniel, and find out scientifically what would be really pleasing to him. He loves beats. He tells me about these brilliant deaf raves he has been to, where all hearing aids come out and the volume is turned up.”

Daniel, who had a cochlear implant fitted a few years ago to help him hear pitch, has started joining KT on stage during her shows.

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