It was here, where he started demo-ing songs, writing with Jim Duguid and the drummer of Speedway.
His big chance came when his younger family member signed him up to his first live show 102.5 Clyde 1 for David Sneddon's return to his home town of Paisley at the beginning of 2003.
Both albums have been certified quintuple platinum by the British Phonographic Industry.
After 5 years, Nutini released his third studio album, Caustic Love, in April 2014.
Nutini became known for singing with his eyes closed during his entire performances.
Nutini made his first demo which saw him signed to Atlantic Records in May 2005, shortly after his 18th birthday.
Nutini's third single, "Jenny Don't Be Hasty", was released on 25 September 2006 and got to number twenty on the UK Singles Chart. It was released on 4 December 2006, and reached number twenty seven on the UK Singles Chart.
Nutini's debut album These Streets, produced by Ken Nelson (who has also worked with Coldplay and Gomez), was released on 17 July 2006 and immediately entered the UK album charts at number three.
He later worked as a studio hand at Glasgow's Park Lane Studio.
Many of the songs on the album, including "Last Request" and "Rewind", were inspired by a turbulent relationship with his former girlfriend Teri Brogan, and "Jenny Don't Be Hasty" is a true story about encounters with an older woman.
These Streets, as Nutini himself puts it on his official website, he states, "The album is a little glimpse of some of the experiences I have been through in the last three years".
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