Saturday, 25 October 2014

1st Night of the Paolo Nutini Tour

Paolo Nutini - the uber talented musical masterpiece, who's catapult to fame hasn't dethatched him from his Scottish roots, last night kicked off the UK leg of his world-wide tour at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena.

Unlike many other commercial musical artists today, it is apparent that Paolo Nutini has a loyal fan base who's liking is founded in truly good music and not purely a media induced hurricane, which has swept them up. Since his teenage years back in 2006, he has been on the music scene, when his first studio album 'These Streets' made its debut. It is clear he has honed his musical art in such a profoundly soulful, thought-provoking, enigmatic way, with a dash of Rastafarian vibes, that there is no need for unnecessary commercial 'frills' - a team of musicians, a few backing singers and his own guitar makes Paolo Nutini's music artfully excellent and unlike anything else we're currently seeing in the charts. When 'Caustic Love', his third studio album was released back in April this year, it shot to number one in the UK charts, and is there any wonder why?

His laid back style of performing not only puts the audience into a blissfully sublime state of being, it also shows just how comfortable and natural being a performer is for him.


This tour sees Paolo serenade the audience with not only his latest songs, including 'Iron Sky' and 'Let Me Down Easy', but also his older classic hits such as 'Candy', 'Jenny Don't Be Hasty' and 'Pencil Full of Lead', among many more.

Exemplary musical talent.
 

Paolo's headline UK tour runs from the 24th of October - 6th of November 2014, with dates in Dublin running during this time period too. The Vaults will support him on these dates.


Are you going to see Paolo Nutin on tour? If you want to but don't have a ticket, there are plenty available here.
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5 comments

  1. This concert looks like so much fun. I've never been to his show before, but it looks like something I would enjoy!

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    1. You should go and see a band or artist you like - honestly, concerts are so much fun, especially if you go with a good group of friends. I highly recommend it!

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  2. Looks like a lot of fun!

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