Antonio Lulic: hecklers helped me

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Antonio Lulic: hecklers helped me

The gravel-voiced singer-songwriter Antonio Lulic joined London Live to discuss his rootsy music and why he gets a lot of comparisons to New Jersey legend Bruce Springsteen.

He began performing when he was around 17 years old and since his early days in pubs and clubs has gone on to support the likes of Ed Sheeran. 

Antonio was live in the studio, giving an exclusive performance of his track The City of Austin, Texas.

He sat down with London Live's Louise Scodie to explain how bad gigs and hecklers have helped shape him as a musician.


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