Award-winning US singer says Norwich is 'cute as hell' on visit to city

Award-winning US singer and songwriter Curtis Stigers.

Award-winning US singer and songwriter Curtis Stigers. - Credit: Tom Collins/Flickr

A musician whose songs have featured in The Bodyguard film and TV series Sons of Anarchy said Norwich "is cute as hell" during a recent visit. 

Singer-songwriter Curtis Stigers shared his love for the city in a tweet on Sunday, April 10, during a break from his UK tour.

Stigers, whose hits include You’re All That Matters To Me, Never Saw A Miracle and I Wonder Why, photographed the cobbled street down Lobster Lane.

Alongside the photograph he wrote: "Norwich is cute as hell".

In a series of tweets he also described the city as "gorgeous" and said he witnessed "hipster cuteness". 

Later that day, Stigers tweeted that he was set to play a gig in Lowestoft, which marked the end of his UK shows.

He wrote: "We are playing in Lowestoft England tonight. They say it’s the most easterly point in England. But unfortunately, we are a week early for Easter."

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Stigers' song (What’s So Funny ‘Bout) Peace Love And Understanding was recorded in 1992 for the soundtrack album to the movie The Bodyguard.

His song This Life, co-written with The Forest Rangers, was also the main theme tune for Sons of Anarchy, for which he was nominated for an Emmy award.