SINGER Rag'n'Bone Man has been announced as the latest headline artist at a major Scottish city festival next summer.

Known for hits Human and Skin, the three-times Brit Award winner was due to take to the stage in Inverness last summer - however it was announced at the 11th hour that the performance would not go ahead. Flights from Gatwick to Inverness were cancelled the day before.

The star - real name Rory Graham - first hit the music scene in 2017 with his multi-platinum selling album Human, which became the fastest-selling debut album by a British male during that decade.

LCC Live, the organisers of Live in the City, said they are delighted to finally welcome Rag’n’Bone Man to the city.

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Spokeswoman Claire Kidger said: “We’re so pleased to be able to welcome back Rag‘n’Bone Man after he unfortunately had to cancel his Inverness concert this summer.

“He is an outstanding artist, known for his deep voice and amazing hits, so we can’t wait for him to finally take to the stage and entertain fans with his many hit songs!

“The Big Top Under Canvas is such a great venue and we’re so excited to be bringing such a great performer to Inverness – this is going to be special!”

Tickets for Rag‘n’Bone Man go on sale at 9am on Friday December 7 here as well as from Caffery’s Menswear in the Eastgate Shopping Centre, Inverness.