Bright young things tipped for the top of the charts next year

Herald ScotlandGeorge Arbuthnott30 Dec 2009 Paolo Nutini’s UK tour support act Alex Gardner hopes to emulate the main attraction’s success  A 19-year-old Scot and a roster of young female talent will take the music world by storm in 2010, according to music retailer HMV. Edinburgh’s Alex Gardner and Sting’s daughter …

Stars tune in for 100th birthday

Published on 29 Dec 2009 Rebecca Gray A Paisley pensioner has celebrated her 100th birthday in style with the help of Scotland’s top singing sensation. Mary Castel­vecchi is joined by Paolo Nutini and great-niece Carmen Pieraccini to celebrate her 100th birthday Yesterday, Mary Castelvecchi celebrated her milestone birthday and received …

PAOLO DISCOVERED

Dec 16, 2009 by Lynn Jolly, Paisley Daily Express THE story of how Paisley singing sensation Paolo Nutini was discovered at Paisley Town Hall has passed into the town’s folklore. He was waiting in the audience to celebrate David Sneddon’s return to the town after winning BBC TV programme Fame …

Paolo dedicates song to sick teen

Dec 5, 2009  by Kenneth Speirs, Paisley Daily ExpressPOP star Paolo Nutini dedicated a song to a sick teenager at a gig in front of thousands of fans. As exclusively revealed in the Paisley Daily Express, the Buddie superstar arranged for seriously ill Louise Adams, 13, to travel to Dublin …

Olympia, Dublin

Paolo Nutini The Irish Times December 3, 2009 The pantheon of unconventional heartthrobs has a new poster boy, and it is none other than Paolo Nutini. The diminutive Scot with the eclectic musical palette and gravelly, wise-beyond-his-years voice attracted an overwhelmingly female audience to this sold-out show, and had them …

Paolo Nutini – Olympia Theatre, Dublin

StateDecember 3, 2009by Kieran Frost Paolo Nutini drew Beatles-esque screams from the predominantly college-aged females on his second night in Dublin, in a performance which leaned closer to folk than rock on the night. While a cover of Christy Moore’s ‘Ride On’ pleased the crowd, songs like ‘These Streets’ captivated …