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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds: band to tour UK in 2018 with dates in Manchester, London, Scarborough and more
One of the best-known musicians to come out of the 1990s Britpop scene, Noel Gallagher – along with younger brother Liam – remain two of the most recognisable celebrities in modern Britain today. As the principal songwriter for Oasis, Noel Gallagher was an integral part of one of the biggest bands of all time. As a group Oasis achieved eight UK number-one singles; scored eight UK number-one albums; and won seventeen NME Awards on their way to selling over 70 million records worldwide.
A hugely successful and enduring solo career has followed, particularly with Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. The band have released two UK number one albums – 2011's self-titled effort and Chasing Yesterday in 2015 – and after appearing as the headline act at "We Are Manchester", a benefit concert to mark the reopening of Manchester Arena, Gallagher revealed that he will be taking his High Flying Birds on a UK and Ireland tour in the spring of next year.
The band will play 12 dates in April and May 2018 including London, Manchester and Leeds. The lads will also call at: Brighton; Glasgow; Aberdeen; Nottingham; Birmingham; Newcastle; Cardiff; Belfast and Dublin – before playing Scarborough Open Air Theatre's outdoor season in July 2018. So what are you waiting for? Buy Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds tickets now at StubHub.
Noel Gallagher: long and distinguished solo career
Along with writing and performing with Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds and Oasis, Gallagher has frequently taken to the airwaves as a DJ. He stood in for Dermot O'Leary on BBC Radio 2 for a while, as well as presenting shows on Absolute Radio and XFM.
In 2007, Gallagher undertook a notable charity gig in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall in London. Performing with a percussionist and just one other musician, Gallagher played most of his popular tracks as a lone guitarist and singer. These included versions of "Don't Look Back in Anger", "Half the World Away" and "The Importance of Being Idle", among others.
Gallagher has also worked as a solo performer with other writers, including Damon Albarn. He took part in the recording of the Humanz album made by Albarn's group, Gorillaz, for instance. The Mancunian has also performed with Coldplay, such as the guitar work on "Up&Up", taken from their A Head Full of Dreams LP. Gallagher has also worked with the Chemical Brothers on a number of occasions, including providing vocals for their 1997 song, "Setting Sun". He has also worked with Ian Brown, Travis and Goldie, among others.
A long-time fan of mod music, Gallagher has also collaborated with the likes of Paul Weller. Weller featured at the Teenage Cancer Trust gig in 2009, but the two had previously worked with one another when Gallagher played bass, piano, mellotron and organ on Weller's ninth studio album, 22 Dreams. Gallagher has also appeared on stage with mod legends the Who, providing vocals for a version of their anthem "Won't Get Fooled Again".
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