LONDON, Oct 1 (Reuters) – Twenty-five years after British rock band Oasis performed two historic exhibits for 250,000 folks at Knebworth Park, former lead singer Liam Gallagher mentioned on Friday he would return to the location for what has been described as his largest solo gig.
The 49-year-old, who additionally introduced a brand new album launch, will carry out subsequent June at Knebworth Park in Hertfordshire, north of London, with singer Michael Kiwanuka and bands Kasabian, Goat Lady and Fats White Household opening the stage.
Gallagher used to entrance Oasis together with his brother Noel. The band, recognized for hits like “Wonderwall” and “Do not Look Again in Anger”, performed two exhibits at Knebworth Park in 1996, gigs that have been revisited in a documentary final month marking their twenty fifth anniversary.
“Oasis Knebworth 1996” recalled how the live shows, described by on-line music web site NME as “an era-defining gig that may reside perpetually”, offered out in beneath a day with round 2% of the British inhabitants attempting to get tickets.
Oasis, who shaped in Manchester in 1991, have been using excessive on the top of Nineteen Nineties Britpop fame following the discharge of their first two albums “Undoubtedly Perhaps” and “(What is the Story) Morning Glory?”, which topped the UK charts.
Liam and Noel’s well-publicised feuds led the band to separate in 2009.
“I am completely buzzing to announce that on 4th June 2022 I will be taking part in Knebworth Park. It is gonna be biblical,” Gallagher mentioned in a press release, which described the upcoming gig as “the largest present of Liam’s solo profession so far”.
Gallagher carried out at music festivals this summer time together with the Studying and Leeds twin occasions.
He’ll launch his third solo album, “C’MON YOU KNOW”, in late Might.
Reporting by Marie-Louise Gumuchian
Modifying by Gareth Jones