August 5, 2011 12:44
Noel Gallagher tour sells out in six minutes
The former Oasis man's trio of October dates are now fully booked
Going on sale at 9am today (August 5), tickets for the shows in Dublin, Edinburgh, and London, which are set to take place this October, went at lightning pace.
Interestingly, the shows have sold out quicker than the debut tour of his brother Liam's Beady Eye. Tickets for the first six Beady Eye dates last November took half-an-hour to sell out, reports Contact Music.
Noel Gallagher recently revealed how he was influenced by legendary bands when it came to naming his debut solo album, saying 'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' was inspired by Jefferson Airplane - pictured right - track 'High Flying Bird'. Meanwhile, the format of the title is a homage to the first version of Fleetwood Mac, Peter Green's Fleetwood Mac.
Gallagher told XFM:
That name ['High Flying Bird'] jumped out. I had a bit of a eureka moment, so I wrote it down. I thought, that looks really cool. It doesn't mean anything, you know?
'Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds' will be released on October 17 through Sour Mash Records.
Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds play:
Dublin Olympia Theatre (October 23)
Edinburgh Usher Hall (27)
London HMV Hammersmith Apollo (29)
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