After eight long years, superstar in waiting Paolo Nutini will be performing live in concert this April at the State Theatre. Son of Italian immigrants, the Scottish born singer songwriter has a voice with as much juxtaposition as his Scottish drawl has with his Italian name and looks.
Touring his most recent album Last Night In the Bittersweet, Paolo Nutini’s fans have been brought to tears in his spectacular shows in the UK, selling out London’s Alexandra Palace 10,400 seats twice in October.
Accolades for Paolo Nutini are bountiful and there will be plenty more following his Australian shows.
‘His entire performance was phenomenal, a master musician and singer-songwriter whose connection with the crowd was incredible’, The Manchester Evening News.
The Manchester Evening News reported ‘His entire performance was phenomenal, a master musician and singer-songwriter whose connection with the crowd and his music was incredible’,
‘The best British male soul singer this century’, The Telegraph, UK
There is a scratch in Paolo Nutini’s voice millions would kill for. The raw throatiness of it all brings to mind the great sandpaper voices of vintage soul, from Wilson Pickett and Otis Redding to their British imitators, Rod Stewart and Joe Cocker. NY Daily Times
This is a show that everyone will be talking about. Make sure you are part of the conversation.
Ticket on sale Thursday, 1st December 2022, 12:00 PM AEDT