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Paolo Nutini is an award winning pop rock singer/songwriter born in Paisley, Scotland who currently has three platinum selling albums.
From dual heritage of Scotland and Italy, Paolo Nutini was originally planning to follow his father into his family's fish and chips business. Yet due to encouragement from his musical grandfather, Paolo pursued his passions for music and traded ambitions of chip pans for stage lights. The young singer received his break due to an impromptu performance at a David Sneddon concert, his current manager Brendan Moon happened to be in the audience and offered to look after Nutini's career.
He shortly moved to London and began to gig regularly at The Bedford Pub which led to radio performances, acoustic sets and eventually tour supports for some of the most exciting artists working at the time including Amy Winehouse & KT Tunstall. When Paolo released his debut album 'These Streets', he already had a devoted following who had fallen for his unique vocal tones and closed eyes live shows so it was no surprise when the album charted at number three following backing from Atlantic Records and production by the legendary Ken Nelson. He supported the album tirelessly, including a sell out headline tour along with a string of performances at UK festivals including T in the Park, V Festival and Oxegen where he played his successful debut to huge crowds who adored singles such as 'New Shoes' and 'Last Request'.
Establishing such a reputation from a debut record, 2009 release 'Sunny Side Up' simply developed on the foundations laid by the first. This record saw Paolo debut straight at number one on the UK album charts and has now been certified six times platinum thanks to more promotion and the success of singles such as 'Candy'. The album gained the singer two nominations from the Brit Awards along with an Ivor Novello award for Best Album. The accolades and commercial successes saw Paolo rising higher up festival line ups, drawing even larger crowds to his stages.
His 2014 album 'Caustic Love' mirrored the successes of the second LP, debuting atop the charts in the UK and also became his most successful release Stateside. Critics praised the combination blue-eyed soul and R & B that is evident throughout the album and Nutini once again set off on an accompanying sell out tour which included stops at Glastonbury and a sub-headline slot at T in the Park. The BBC described Paolo Nutini as "arguably Scotland's biggest musician right now" and with the momentum and consistency of his releases, it would be hard to debate that fact.