Jenny Don't Be Hasty
Paolo Nutini releases 'Jenny Don't Be Hasty' on September 25th. This is the follow up to his debut single 'Last Request' which entered the Top 40 at number 5 and is taken from the album These Streets which debuted at number 3 on the UK Top 40 Album Chart this week.
Nutini has been a regular fixture on our airwaves for the past couple of months with all major radio stations playlisting 'Last Request' (Radio One C list, Radio 2 A list, Virgin A List, Capital B List). He's also racked up several TV performances in the last few weeks including Jools Holland, Top Of The Pops, The Channel 4 Album Chart Show and has an upcoming performance confirmed for Parkinson.
Following a set of acclaimed festival performances, including Radio 1's Big Weekend, Wireless, T In The Park and a sellout tour throughout July, Nutini has announced a UK tour which includes a headline show at London's Astoria on October 12. He will be also be playing at V festival, Across The Tracks Festival and T On The Fringe.
Full Dates as follows:
Thurs 28 GLASGOW ABC
Fri 29 DUNDEE Fat Sams
Sat 30 ABERDEEN Moshulu
Mon 2 NEWCASTLE Northumbria Uni, Stage 2
Tues 3 MANCHESTER Academy 2
Wed 4 LEEDS Cockpit
Fri 6 BRISTOL The Trinity Centre
Sat 7 BIRMINGHAM Barfly
Mon 9 PORTSMOUTH Wedgewood Rooms
Tues 10 OXFORD Zodiac
Wed 11 BRIGHTON Concorde 2
Thurs 12 LONDON Astoria
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