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Paolo Nutini to play two gigs at the Royal Albert Hall
Scottish artist Paolo Nutini will be strapping on his acoustic guitar to perform at London's most prestigious venue next year - the Royal Albert Hall.
The acoustic guitar player will be taking to the stage on April 8th and 9th 2010.
It will not be the first time the musician has performed at the venue, as he recently took part in an all-star concert for Children in Need, alongside acts as diverse as Lily Allen and Sir Paul McCartney.
Those who manage to book tickets to the London gigs might also see him pick up a Yamaha NTX series electro acoustic guitar, which he used on his latest album, or a Takamine acoustic guitar, as he can be seen strumming in the video for his hit single Candy.
Among the songs that the artist might perform while treading the boards at the Royal Albert Hall are established classics Jenny Don't Be Hasty, Last Request, New Shoes and hits from his latest album Sunny Side Up, such as Pencil Full of Lead and Coming Up Easy.Posted on 24 Nov 2009 14:30 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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