Amy Mcdonald in concert in Lisbon

Scottish singer and songwriter Amy Macdonald is coming to Portugal to perform at Coliseu de Lisboa on September 30.

Amy Macdonald’s debut album, This Is the Life, released on July 2007 has sold more than three million copies.

She started playing on stage acoustic gigs at 15 and has played at music festivals such as Glastonbury, Hyde Park Calling, T in the Park and V Festival.

Amy Macdonald’s second album, A Curious Thing, was inspired by real-life personalities or events from her everyday life.

The song What Happiness Means To Me is dedicated to her footballer fiancé Steve Lovell, while An Ordinary Life is inspired by the Z-list celebs she saw flocking around Scots-born Hollywood actor Gerard Butler at a party he held in Glasgow to mark the opening of his film Law Abiding Citizen.

There is also a track about Michael Jackson and one dedicated to her grandparents.

Tickets are available to buy at www.ticketline.pt.