Liam Gallagher apologises for Oasis’ Paris ‘let-down’ at Beady Eye gig

Frontman returns to city of 2009 band split

Liam Gallagher returned to Paris tonight (March 13) to play live with Beady Eye – and apologised for his 2009 “let-down” with Oasis.

Oasis fell apart in the French capital in August 2009, cancelling a show at the Paris Rock en Seine festival then splitting.

After wrapping up their first UK tour in London on Thursday (10), Beady Eye played the Casino De Paris venue to kick off further European dates tonight. Gallagher made the apology after opening song ‘Four Letter Word’.

“Sorry for letting you down last time,” he said. “Hopefully we can make it up to you.”

Later he dedicated ‘Kill For A Dream’ “to all the people in Japan,” referring to the victims of the recent disasters sweeping the country.

The band played the same set they played throughout their UK jaunt – featuring songs from debut album ‘Different Gear, Still Speeding’ and their cover of World Of Twist‘s ‘Sons Of The Stage’

They are now set to play Cologne‘s E-Werk venue tomorrow (14).

Beady Eye played:

‘Four Letter Word’
‘Beatles And Stones’
‘For Anyone’
‘The Roller’
‘Wind Up Dream’
‘Bring The Light’
‘Standing On The Edge Of The Noise’
‘Kill For A Dream’
‘Three Ring Circus’
‘Man Of Misery’
‘The Beat Goes On’
‘The Morning Sun’
‘Sons Of The Stage’

Album review: Beady Eye – ‘Different Gear, Still Speeding’