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Paolo Giovanni Nutini was born 9 January 1987. He is a Scottish singer/songwriter, whose father is part Italian, and his mother is Scottish. Nutini had no formal musical training, and thought he would follow his father and look after the family fish and chip shop business. However, his first shot at singing was taken up because his grandfather Jackie and a schoolteacher recognized his talent. Paolo dropped out of school to work as a roadie. He spent 3 years selling t-shirts for Speedway while he learned the music business and performed at live shows.
Paolo's real shot at music came when he went to a concert for David Sneddon's return to his home town (2003). Sneddon was somehow delayed, and because he was the winner of an impromptu pop quiz, Paolo Nutini was offered the chance to perform until Sneddon arrived. The crowd's reaction was significant enough that it led to one member of the audience wanting to become his manager.
A well known Daily Record journalist, John Dingwall, saw Paolo's performance at the Queen Margaret Union. Thereafter, he invited him to perform live on BBC Radio Scotland. At the age of 17, Paolo shifted to London, and appeared regularly at The Bedford pub in Balham. At this time, he was still way too young to drink alcohol there. He also performed live on other radio shows. These included The Hard Rock Cafe, 2 live acoustic spots on Radio London, and support slots for Amy Winehouse and KT Tunstall.Right through 2006, Paolo performed at many sell-out concerts in the UK. He also appeared at many venues worldwide, which include King Tut's Wah Wah Hut in Glasgow, Carnegie Hall in New York, The Montreux Jazz Festival, a TV appearance on Later with Jools Holland, The Wireless Festival, Oxegen and T in the Park.
Paolo also supported the Rolling Stones in Vienna. He was invited to perform them again in August 2006. Paolo was also in demand again to perform at the V Festival and The Austin City Limits Music Festival in 2006. He was additionally booked for a European tour in Autumn 2006. Paolo appeared on BBC Scotland's Hogmanay Live celebrations 2006. Paolo also performed at the Great Hall of Edinburgh Castle. This performance was for a TV audience, and was carried out with little or no rehearsal.
Paolo is a huge Celtic FC supporter. His a fan to the extent that there were allegations that he appeared on stage drunk after he celebrated Celtic's title win in April 2007. However, these allegations have been denied by Paolo and his management. They argued that he was mumbling as he sang, and there were also some technical problems on stage that Paolo had to cope with. This was their explanation for him being inaudible.
In June 2007, Paolo appeared at the Glastonbury Festival. He also made an appearance at the UK leg of Live Earth at Wembley Stadium on July 7, 2007. His performance included him covering a Louis Armstrong song, ?What A Wonderful World'.
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