Verdict: Four stars. 

Scotland’s rising star Luke La Volpe proved he’s well on his way to bigger things after putting on an outstanding display to a sold-out crowd at Glasgow's Saint Luke’s tonight.

Suited and booted to impress, La Volpe - whose real name is Luke Gibson - kicked off his set with the upbeat track Alter Ego where he showcased his impressive vocals from the get-go.

The haunting Dead Man’s Blues then captivated the audience in the acoustic setting of the former East End church proving to be a moment to remember.

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Glasgow Times:

The Bathgate singer's emotive vocals were mesmerising throughout his set. His talent is raw and his voice a rarity.

His set was a mixture of the old and new with him even digging out Judging Books, a song he wrote at 16 about his hometown much to the delight of the Bathgate loyal audience in attendance which included fellow West Lothian star and childhood friend singer Lewis Capaldi.

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A soulful rearrangement of The Pogues' Christmas classic Fairytale of New York proved to be a stroke of genius and gave the song new depth with La Volpe’s vocals.

While the ballad Terribly Beautiful ended the night on a high.

Next stop for La Volpe? Surely has to be headlining the Barrowlands.