Luke La Volpe

Sat Apr 16 2022

7:00 PM

Cafe Drummond

Belmont Street Aberdeen AB10 1JR

Ages 14+

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DF Concerts presents
Luke La Volpe

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  • Luke La Volpe

    Luke La Volpe

    Folk Rock

    25-year-old Bathgate singer Luke La Volpe is the latest star to emerge onto the national scene from the musical hotbed of West Lothian, home of contemporaries and friends The Snuts and Lewis Capaldi.
     
    During the enforced hiatus of lockdown, Luke scored a Scottish Number 1 single with Dead Man's Blues from his Terribly Beautiful EP and organised the Sofathon Singalong online festivals in aid of the Music Venue Trust, helping grassroots music venues through the crisis. In recognition of his support, the charity invited him to become a patron alongside legends including Sir Paul McCartney and Billy Bragg. He was awarded the Male Breakthrough award at the 2020 Scottish Music Awards.
     
    2021 has seen Luke come roaring back into the live arena with sold out shows at Glasgow’s King Tut’s and St Luke’s, support with The Lathums and Tribes and festivals including Latitude, Liverpool Sound City and Live at Leeds.
     
    Luke’s current single Alter Ego, written with Yungblud guitarist Adam Warrington and Glasgow writer-producer Buzz Killer, "is for everyone that lost a bit of themselves this last 18 months but is fighting back to be the person they're meant to be.” the accompanying video features Luke battling with his own demonic alter ego.
     
    Luke is working on a new EP for release in the new year and will embark on his first full UK tour in spring 2020.
DF Concerts presents

Luke La Volpe

Sat Apr 16 2022 7:00 PM

Cafe Drummond Aberdeen
Luke La Volpe
  • Sorry, there are currently no tickets available through TicketWeb.
  • Please check back later.

Ages 14+

14+ (Under 16s with an adult)
Luke La Volpe

Luke La Volpe

Folk Rock

25-year-old Bathgate singer Luke La Volpe is the latest star to emerge onto the national scene from the musical hotbed of West Lothian, home of contemporaries and friends The Snuts and Lewis Capaldi.
 
During the enforced hiatus of lockdown, Luke scored a Scottish Number 1 single with Dead Man's Blues from his Terribly Beautiful EP and organised the Sofathon Singalong online festivals in aid of the Music Venue Trust, helping grassroots music venues through the crisis. In recognition of his support, the charity invited him to become a patron alongside legends including Sir Paul McCartney and Billy Bragg. He was awarded the Male Breakthrough award at the 2020 Scottish Music Awards.
 
2021 has seen Luke come roaring back into the live arena with sold out shows at Glasgow’s King Tut’s and St Luke’s, support with The Lathums and Tribes and festivals including Latitude, Liverpool Sound City and Live at Leeds.
 
Luke’s current single Alter Ego, written with Yungblud guitarist Adam Warrington and Glasgow writer-producer Buzz Killer, "is for everyone that lost a bit of themselves this last 18 months but is fighting back to be the person they're meant to be.” the accompanying video features Luke battling with his own demonic alter ego.
 
Luke is working on a new EP for release in the new year and will embark on his first full UK tour in spring 2020.