Delighted Luke La Volpe finally performed to a TRNSMT crowd today after coronavirus halted his performance in 2021.

The rising Scottish star put on an outstanding display with his unique vocals on King Tut’s stage - a year after he was forced to cancel due to isolation rules.

Opening up with Alter Ego, he walked on stage wearing a trademark powder blue suit.

He joked: “I didn’t expect this many folk here, f**k sake.”

But where talent is, the festival crowds will follow and La Volpe proved that by showcasing the prowess of his voice on Dead Man’s Blues.

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Glasgow Times:

This boy is one to watch. Hailing from Bathgate and a childhood friend of Lewis Capaldi, he has a voice full of soul.

An emotional performance of a song dedicated to his papa who taught him how to sing was a highlight before he belted out Freakwave.

But it was Terribly Beautiful which has the potential to be a smash hit that ended the set in style

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Glasgow Times:

La Volpe has graced the same stage where Gerry Cinnamon made his TRNSMT debut and now that Scottish singer is due to play to a Hampden crowd next week

You can only think that this performance will act as a launch pad for La Volpe to acquire new fans and move onto bigger performances.

And that is something he believes himself promising the crowd a return to TRNSMT main stage next year.