SINGER Ronan Keating will celebrate 20 years of his solo career with a new UK tour - and he is coming to Glasgow.

The former Boyzone star will perform at the SEC Armadillo on June 10.

The show comes after Boyzone played their last ever show as a band at the Hydro last year.

The 42-year-old will release album Twenty Twenty on May 1 which features his new single One of a Kind.

The Emeli Sande duet is out today - and Ronan said he was honoured to work with the Scottish singer.

He said: "I was completely honoured when Emeli Sandé said she’d love to do it.

"I was just blown away by her vocal. She’s obviously got a brilliant voice, and she’s a lovely, warm person, so the personality she’s brought to the song is just incredible.”

The Irish singer has forged a soaraway solo career with two back-to-back No 1 singles, 30 consecutive Top 10 singles, 10 studio albums, multiple tours, 20 million records sold on top of the 25 million sold with Boyzone. This weekend, Ronan is on the bill to perform at the Fire Fight Australia Concert for National Bushfire Relief at the ANZ Stadium in Sydney.