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Sunday 23 November 2014

Nutini confirmed for T in the Park

Paolo Nutini will play at T in the Park
Paolo Nutini will play at T in the Park

Paolo Nutini has been confirmed in the line-up for T in the Park 2014.

The Paisley-born singer-songwriter is the second act to be confirmed along with headliners Arctic Monkeys, who last week won best British Album and British Group at the Brit Awards.

Paolo, 27, last appeared at the annual music festival in 2010 and has sold more than 1.5 million records in the UK since he entered the music scene.

He released his debut album in 2006 - These Streets, which featured the hit songs New Shoes and Jenny Don't Be Hasty.

It was followed up with UK chart-topper Sunny Side Up in 2009, which won the Best Album category at the Ivor Novello Awards the following year.

Sunny Side Up, which contained the songs Pencil Of Lead and Coming Up Easy, went five times platinum and the albums have sold a collective five million copies worldwide.

Further line-up details and announcements are expected tomorrow.

T in the Park 2014 takes place at Balado, Kinross, between July 11 and 13. Tickets are set to go on sale on February 28.

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