Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher paid tribute to a Fife teenager who was killed after being hit by a taxi.
The singer made a special announcement for 15-year-old James Morrison during his set at the TRNSMT festival on Saturday.
The youngster’s devastated friends had launched a campaign to have the band’s song, Little James performed in his honour following his tragic death on Saturday June 16.
Mr Gallagher paused his set to mention the Cowdenbeath teen before performing the hit single Live Forever in his memory.
He told the cheering crowds: “I keep getting this thing on the Twitter about some kid called James up this neck of the woods who passed away and they wanted me to play Little James but I don’t know if I could go there.
“So I dedicate Live Forever to the man anyway.”
James, from Cowdenbeath, had been walking home from a party in Crossgates when he was struck by the Renault Trafic MPV on the B925 at 11:45pm.
The Celtic fan suffered serious injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene, just four days before his 16th birthday.
Worried friends and family launched a social media to try and trace him after he failed to make it home.
Meanwhile, the police issued a plea for information to identify the youngster who wasn’t carrying any identification at the time of the accident. The tragic connection was made a short time later.
James’ funeral will be held on Tuesday in Hill of Beath before moving to the cemetery in Cowdenbeath.
Please play little James at trnsmt and dedicate it to James Morrison pic.twitter.com/jYXeFdQbHA
— Bohdi (@bohdi_young) June 24, 2018
A family statement released through Police Scotland said: “James was a caring fun loving son, grandson and brother who would do anything for anybody.
“He will be truly missed by his family and friends.
“The family wish to express their thanks for the messages they have received and they wish to be left to come to terms with their loss.”
His sister, Tammi added: “James was a wee raj and my wee best pal from birth. A bond that can’t be broken. I will love and miss him everyday.”