Liam Gallagher Gave An Amazing Surprise Performance In Manchester Tonight

by Wade Massey June 5, 2017, 1:23

It had previously been speculated that Oasis may reunite for the concert, nearly eight years after they parted ways in 2009.

And with brother Noel already confirmed to make an appearance, fans are speculating as to whether a family reunion may finally happen.

The singer, who was born in the city, wore a long, orange parka coat on stage where he was joined by Coldplay's Chris Martin on guitar for the hit Oasis track. Yet, he wasn't done.

There has been online speculation that the Gallaghers were going to reform the band for Ariana Grande's Manchester benefit concert, and while Liam denied this, he did admit that there was some "unfinished business".

'Nah, I just woke up, you know with all the stuff that went on in Manchester, I woke up and I just thought: "You know what?"

The buzz of a potential Oasis reunion was started by a member of the Black Eyed Peas, of all people. He quickly apologised and said that an error had been made.

Oasis broke up in 2009 and since then, Liam and Noel haven't been the friendliest of brothers.

"But you know, I did mean it". We can't be having that, [one living] in a £20million house and the other poor kid living in a £10million house'. He's my brother, man and I love him. Mate, if we ever got back together, it would be happening. "In the meantime, we're two little solo boys doing our little things, innit?" he said, according to Sky News.

The surprise performance comes after Liam previously hosted his own concert in aid of the tragedy, when he took to the stage at Manchester's O2 Ritz on Wednesday.

And the "Don't Look Back in Anger" hitmaker is gearing up to release his debut solo album.


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