Lost Phone is Driving Me Nuts

The SunPublished: 24 Dec 2007By GAIL CAMERON     CHART star Paolo Nutini was gutted last night after losing a mobile phone – packed with ideas for new songs. The heart-throb, 20, used the Sony Ericsson handset to record lyrics. But it fell out of a pocket as he cycled …

The 100 Hottest Scots: The Men

Dec 20 2007 Compiled By John Dingwall, Beverley Lyons, Rick Fulton, Laura Sutherland And Laura Coventry, The Daily Record IT’S the only list that matters – the Record’s hot 100 of Scots who are on their way to the top in the world of showbiz, sport and business. 4 PAOLO …

MY DEBT TO ROCK GODS…

Daily Star 12th December 2007 By Kim Dawson   ABOVE: Paolo Nutini PAOLO Nutini says his confidence has increased tenfold since meeting up with famous fans like Mick Jagger. The Scottish rocker was the only modern-day act on the bill at Led Zeppelin’s reunion show on Monday. And this summer …

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PAISLEY’S PRINCE

Confront Magazine November 15, 2007 SteveK sits down with Paisley, Scotland’s Paolo Nutini. It was a grey, overcast and humid Sunday afternoon when I made my    way to Jean Drapeau Park on Saint Helen’s Island, just south of Montreal. The island was built in the 1960s, mainly from the earth …

Paolo Nutini Adds Cher Song To Stage Show

Daily Record October 2, 2007LYONS AND LAURA SUTHERLAND PAOLO NUTINI has added Cher’s classic Bang Bang (My Baby Shot Me Down) to his live show. The 20-year-old Paisleyborn singer played the song live at his gig in Chicago during his current American tour. Cher enjoyed a Top 10 hit in …

Soul headliner Nutini delivers-Boston Globe

Music Review Soul headliner Nutini delivers By Linda Laban, Globe Correspondent | October 8, 2007 Had the original co-headline billing of Paolo Nutini and fellow Brit-soul singer Amy Winehouse gone on as originally planned, the atmosphere at the Orpheum on Saturday would’ve undoubtedly been supercharged rather than just pleasant. The …

Paolo Nutini

Paolo Nutini Daily Variety October 5, 2007 Author: Carole Horst At 18, Paolo Nutini became a household name in the U.K. after his debut CD "These Streets" landed at No. 3 on the charts. The Paisley, Scotland, native and Celtic FC supporter quit school at 16 to become a roadie …

something to hold on to

Paolo Nutini gives fans something to hold on to Tribune-Pittsburgh October 4, 2007 Paolo Nutini was only 18 when he left his native Glasgow for London. It wasn’t the first big decision of Nutini’s life — he had quit school at 16 to pursue a career in music — but …