Singer

Paolo Nutini

  • Jan 09, 1987 (age 33)
  • 5' 10" (1.77 m)
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2015
Nomination2015

British Male Solo Artist

Nominated for Brit Award for …
Nominated for Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist.
Brit Award
2014
Iron Sky EP
AlbumAug 5, 2014

Iron Sky EP

Iron Sky EP released.
Caustic Love
AlbumApr 11, 2014

Caustic Love

Caustic Love is the third studio album by Scottish singer …
Caustic Love is the third studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini, released on 14 April 2014 by Atlantic Records. After releasing his critically and commercially successful album Sunny Side Up (2009), Nutini began touring which ended two years later. In February 2011, Nutini began writing and recording the album Caustic Love, which was co-produced by Nutini with Dani Castelar.
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SongApr 11, 2014

Let Me Down Easy
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SongApr 11, 2014

Better Man
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SongApr 11, 2014

Iron Sky
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2011
Live at Preservation Hall
AlbumApr 16, 2011

Live at Preservation Hall

Live at Preservation Hall released.
Award2011

Headline Performance Of The Year

Won award for "Paolo Nutini at Latitude".
UK Festival Award
Nomination2011

Headline Performance Of The Year

Nominated for "Paolo Nutini at Latitude".
UK Festival Award
2010
SongMar 2, 2010

Coming Up Easy [Live At Preservation Hall]
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Award2010

Best Festival Feel Good Act

Won UK Festival Award For …
Won UK Festival Award For Best Festival Feel Good Act.
UK Festival Award
British Album of the Year
Nomination2010

British Album of the Year

Nominated for "Sunny Side Up".
Brit Award
Nomination2010

British Male Solo Artist

Nominated for Brit Award for …
Nominated for Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist.
Brit Award
Nomination2010

Best Festival Feel Good Act

Nominated for UK Festival …
Nominated for UK Festival Award For Best Festival Feel Good Act.
UK Festival Award
2009
SongMay 29, 2009

Pencil Full of Lead
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SongMay 29, 2009

Candy
  • YouTube
Sunny Side Up
AlbumMay 29, 2009

Sunny Side Up

Sunny Side Up is the second studio album by Scottish singer and …
Sunny Side Up is the second studio album by Scottish singer and songwriter Paolo Nutini, released on 29 May 2009 in Ireland and 1 June 2009 in the United Kingdom. Nutini and his band, the Vipers, toured the United States briefly before a UK tour prior to the album's release. The album debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart. Nutini recorded the album himself with his band the Vipers, with Ethan Johns contributing mixing and production. The album features guest appearances from trombonist Rico Rodriguez and ?uestlove.
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2007
Nomination2007

British Male Solo Artist

Nominated for Brit Award for …
Nominated for Brit Award for British Male Solo Artist.
Brit Award
2006
Last Request
AlbumOct 14, 2006

Last Request

Last Request released.
Live Sessions
AlbumSep 12, 2006

Live Sessions

Live Sessions released.
These Streets
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AlbumJul 17, 2006

These Streets

These Streets is the debut studio album by Scottish singer …
These Streets is the debut studio album by Scottish singer-songwriter Paolo Nutini, released by Atlantic Records on 17 July 2006. Preceded by the single "Last Request", the album debuted and peaked at number 3 on the UK Albums Chart and was later certified with five Platinum by the British Phonographic Industry for domestic shipments in excess of 1,500,000 copies. It also entered the charts in many other European countries, and in 2011 it was certified double Platinum by the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry for sales of over 2,000,000 copies in Europe.
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SongJul 17, 2006

Last Request
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Live and Acoustic
AlbumMay 29, 2006

Live and Acoustic

Live and Acoustic released.
1987
Paolo Nutini
Birth1987

Paolo Nutini

Paolo Nutini was born.
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