Luke Jackson follows the success of his debut album, More Than Boys, with his latest stripped back effort, which will be showcased at Twickfolk.
Released in February, Fumes and Faith, is a roots and blues album featuring 11 original songs.
At 19, Jackson's raw singing voice is even richer and his fan base is growing afrer success on the festival circuit.
Sue Graves, resident singer at TwickFolk, says: "Everyone who hears Luke is immediately struck by his passion for music, by his astonishing maturity and the depth of insight in his songs.
"He did a storming set for us at our outside broadcast show in March with Radio Wales, very nearly upstaging Ralph McTell.
"I'm really looking forward to seeing him again at Twickfolk on July 6."
Luke Jackson; Twickfolk, the Patch, London Road, Twickenham; July 6, doors open 7.45pm; tickets £10 on the door; visit twickfolk.co.uk for more information.