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Date Venue Status
Tue 31 Mar, 2015 Enmore Theatre, Sydney - All Ages
Wed 01 Apr, 2015 Palais Theatre, Melbourne - All Ages
Mon 06 Apr, 2015 Powerstation, Auckland - All Ages
Tue 07 Apr, 2015 Powerstation, Auckland - All Ages

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Liam Gerner

Liam Gerner

Paolo Nutini will be bringing local folk rocker Liam Gerner on the road as him as special guest for all upcoming sold-out Australian + New Zealand shows.

Paolo and Liam have toured together previously and are a match made in sonic heaven. Lucky ticketholders will be able to witness the magic for themselves this March + April. 

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SYDNEY
7.30pm | Doors Open
8.00pm | Liam Gerner
9.00pm | Paolo Nutini


MELBOURNE
7.15pm | Doors Open
8.00pm | Liam Gerner
9.00pm | Paolo Nutini


AUCKLAND
8.00pm | Doors Open
8.30pm | Liam Gerner
9.30pm | Paolo Nutini


*Please note times are a guide only and subject to change without notice

Returning to Australia + New Zealand for shows in March + April 2015!

Frontier Touring is pleased to be welcoming back Scottish singer-songwriter and musician Paolo Nutini to play shows in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland while in Australia for the Byron Bay Blues Festival over Easter 2015.

The 27-year-old Paisley born singer, who brought us innovative, thought-provoking, soul and funk-infused tunes such as ‘These Streets’, ‘Last Request’ and ‘Jenny Don’t Be Hasty’ is back with a new album, Caustic Love (out now through Warner Music) - click here for album trailerCaustic Love is an album of unforgettable songs and choice grooves, topped with Nutini’s gutsy voice, which just gets better and better with time and singles him out as arguably the best singer of his generation.

Caustic Love may be the best UK R&B album since the 1970s blue-eyed-soul heyday of Rod Stewart and Joe Cocker. Not only is Nutini reaching the feral depths once plumbed by those raw-throated voices, but he’s locked into the spirit of that most golden of soul eras, with subtly updated adaptations of classic soul styles.’ – The Independent ★★★★★

‘What's he been doing (for the past five years)? Writing the best songs of his career’ - Sunday Times, Culture

Nutini last toured Australia in 2009 to sold out shows in Sydney and Melbourne, with an overwhelming demand from fans since then to have him back on Australian and New Zealand shores.

On the road and continuously writing and recording since his 2006 debut These Streets, Nutini says he took the long-overdue time off “to reconnect with family and friends. It only takes going home for a little while to put things in perspective”.

The latest album sees Nutini reach new heights with the help of a few friends including Rollo Armstrong (Faithless), Barrie Cadogan (Primal Scream), Tchad Blake (Elvis Costello), revered bassist Pino Palladino (D’Angelo, The Who), legendary American drummer James Gadson (Bill Withers, Marvin Gaye) and Janelle Monáe.

In the week of its release, Nutini released a live video of ‘Iron Sky’ (click here to watch) which was filmed at Abbey Road Studios and proclaimed by Adele as “one of the best things I’ve ever seen in my life”, and rightfully so, closing in on 4.5 million views.  The album took the No.1 spot in the UK for three weeks running.

There are few artists around right now who do what Nutini does and does so well. Caustic Love is already a classic album and illustrates his ability to keep growing musically while staying true to his roots. The latest offering reignites listeners with what we’ve been missing: the raw-throated, soulful vocals coupled with equally enriched layers of sublime backing vocals and instrumentals.

Paolo Nutini is definitely back, with new tricks up his sleeve which you will just have to experience for yourself.


TOUR DATES

Tuesday 31 March  Sydney | Enmore Theatre  (All Ages)
Wednesday 1 April  Melbourne | Palais Theatre  (All Ages)
Monday 6 April  Auckland | Powerstation  (All Ages)
Tuesday 7 April  Auckland | Powerstation  (All Ages)

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