Liam Gallagher is set to make a massive comeback next month as he performs with The Who’s backing band for an epic Teenage Cancer Trust gig.
Liam is one of 15 iconic performers who will take to the stage during the star studded night.
He will also be reunited with Zak Starkey, 49, who used to play for Oasis but is now in The Who.
And he’s lined up to sing a cover of My Generation which Oasis used to sing at their live gigs.
A show insider said: “It’s been a hell of a year for Liam, he’s had a lot to get through and a lot on his mind.
“He’s been planning his comeback for a long time and he jumped at the chance of doing this.
“It’s going to be him on his own with The Who’s backing band but he’s got his old mate Starkey there to help him on.
“And he’s planning on doing My Generation in tribute of The Who. The event is set to raise millions for Teenage Cancer Trust and organisers are hoping it will be a sell out.”
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