Tickets will go on sale from today and should sell out quickly as many venues are very small, for example the 100 Club of London has a maximum capacity of 350 people.
Nutini will also open for Liam Gallagher in Knebworth on June 3, and will play at a number of festivals this summer, including Glasgow’s TRNSMT and Portsmouth’s Victorious Festival.
Paolo Giovanni Nutini born January 9, 1987 is a Paisley-based Scottish singer, songwriter, and musician. Despite his Italian name, his parents are Scottish, while his paternal grandparents came from Tuscany. These Streets (2006), his debut album, reached at number three on the UK Albums Chart. Sunny Side Up (2009), its sequel, debuted at number one on the UK Albums Chart. The British Phonographic Industry certified both albums five times platinum. Five years later, in April 2014, Nutini released his third studio album, Caustic Love. Music critics gave the album good reviews. Caustic Love debuted at number one on the UK album charts in June 2014 and was certified platinum by the BPI. It hasn’t done anything since then with these anticipated shows.
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