Noel Gallagher to be joined by Mani at first post-Oasis gigs

Guitarist to play two shows in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust

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Noel Gallagher‘s first gigs since leaving Oasis last August will see him joined by Primal Scream and former Stone Roses bassist Mani, and a string section.

Gallagher is set to play two gigs in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust at London‘s Royal Albert Hall on March 25 and 26.

In an interview with Talksport radio yesterday (March 14), Mani said he would be joining Gallagher for the shows, while orchestral group Wired Strings have also confirmed themselves for the gigs.

Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher has spoken out about why he didn’t thank Noel when picking up Oasis‘ award for Best Album of 30 Years at this year’s Brit Awards for ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’.

Liam told blog Stopcryingyourheartout.com that he was trying to get his former bandmates more recognition by leaving out Noel, who wrote all the songs on the album.

“I’m sick of it all being about me and Noel,” he said. “The last couple of months has pretty much been all about me and him so I thought it was only right to mention the other lads who played on the album and the best fans in the world.”

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