Liam Gallagher, Paul Weller, and Iggy Pop could all be making their way to London Royal Albert Hall...

Death In Vegas want to play a high-profile show in LONDON, bringing together all the stars that have collaborated with them.

On their last two albums, 'The Contino Sessions' and 'Scorpio Rising', Death In Vegas have recruited stars including Liam Gallagher, Iggy Pop, Paul Weller and Primal Scream singer Bobby Gillespie.

In a recent interview, Richard Fearless said that the show could take place in April 2003 at the London Royal Albert Hall, but he was still approaching various people to see if they could be involved.

He said: "We're planning it. We've pulled off some big things in our time, so you never know. We're trying to sort something for the Royal Albert Hall in April. We've yet to ask the artists."

[a][/a]' UK tour has sold out.

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