Paolo Nutini - Live At TRNSMT 2022

Paolo Nutini - New album, new tour - life good.

Paolo Nutini – Live At TRNSMT – 2022 – Past Daily Soundbooth: Festival Edition

Paolo Nutini - Live At TRNSMT 2022
Paolo Nutini – New album, new tour – life good.

Paolo Nutini – live at TRNSMT Festival 2022, Glasgow – Recorded and broadcast live – July 8, 2022 – BBC 6 Music –

Paolo Nutini kicking things off at the TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow and broadcast and recorded live by BBC 6 Music on July 8th (last night). Seems like one festival just finishes packing up the sound gear and then another festival starts. It’s the season and this Summer Festival season promises to be a knockout; surpassing many others in recent years just from the level of relief people are feeling to be able to go to a concert and enjoy it. Even though there are worrisome numbers floating around, people are taking precautions but they aren’t stopping enjoying themselves and enjoying each other. So the shows the past few weeks have been highly energized affairs.

Paolo Nutini has had a pretty successful go of it, almost from the start – and judging by this latest concert tour and the positive reviews of Last Night In The Bitersweet, his fourth and latest album which came out on July 1st, there’s no sign of Nutini slowing down or losing his fanbase any decade soon.

Nutini was born in Paisley, Scotland, and has a younger sister. His father, Alfredo, is a Scot of Italian descent from Barga in Tuscany, while his mother, Linda, is Scottish. He was expected to follow his father into the family fish and chip shop business. As a child he attended PACE Youth Theatre. He was first encouraged to sing by his music-loving grandfather, Giovanni “Jackie” Nutini, and a teacher at his school, St Andrews Academy, who recognized his talent.

Nutini left school to work as a roadie and to sell t-shirts for Scottish band Speedway. He spent three years learning the music business and performing live. He later worked as a studio hand at Glasgow’s Park Lane Studio. It was here where he started demo-ing songs, writing with Jim Duguid and the drummer of Speedway.

His big chance came when his younger family member signed him up to his first live show 102.5 Clyde 1 for David Sneddon’s return to his home town of Paisley at the beginning of 2003. Sneddon was delayed, and as the winner of an impromptu pop quiz, Nutini was given the chance to perform a couple of songs on stage during the wait. The favorable reaction of the crowd impressed another member of the audience, Brendan Moon, who offered to become his manager with his business partner, Mike Bawden. Mike Bawden continues to manage Nutini.

Over eight years following the release of his third album, Caustic Love, Nutini announced on 11 May 2022 that his fourth studio album, Last Night in the Bittersweet, would be released on 1 July 2022. Alongside the announcement, he released two songs from the album, titled “Through the Echoes” and “Lose It”. And last night he headlined TRNSMT festival.

And you can hear it right now. Enjoy the weekend.

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