The frontman of Scottish indie giants Idlewild is to perform in Aberdeen as part of a solo tour.
Roddy Woomble, who has previously toured the globe with Idlewild, will be at the Lemon Tree next month as part of a tour marking 10 years since the release of his solo album.
Born in Ayrshire, Roddy shot to fame as the Idlewild lead singer; a group known for their albums 100 Broken Windows, The Remote Part and Warnings/Promises.
In their day the band supported supergroups REM and U2.
The singer-songwriter grew up between America, France and the UK and lived in Glasgow and New York City.
He now stays on Mull, from where he organises the annual Iona Village Hall Music Festival.
Roddy recently published Instrumentals, a collection of words, lyrics and photographs from tours fronting Idlewild, acclaimed solo albums and his life in the Hebrides.
He is due to perform at Aberdeen’s Lemon Tree on Thursday, October 12, at 8pm.
Tickets are £15 and can be booked by calling 01224 642 230.