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Liam Gallagher joined by Bonehead during Rolling Stones support slot

The former-Oasis frontman is the first act to open for the band on their eight UK shows

Former-Oasis member Bonehead joined Liam Gallagher for his Rolling Stones support show tonight (May 22) at the Olympic Stadium in London.

Bonehead has joined Gallagher for a string of shows in the past, including a performance at Manchester Arena in December.

You can see him in action below.

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Gallagher also dedicated ‘Live Forever’ to Manchester during the show.

Today (May 22) marks one year since the devastating Manchester Arena attack. The tragedy killed twenty-two people, and injured 800.

The former-Oasis frontman is the first act to open for the band on their eight UK shows, with Florence & The Machine, The Vaccines and more set to support later this month.

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Before diving into a performance of ‘Live Forever’, Gallagher paid tribute to Manchester. “This if for everyone in Manchester. Sing along if you know the words,” he said. Watch a clip of the performance below.

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The Rolling Stones were quick to thank Gallagher for his performance, writing on Twitter: “You and I are going to live forever.. thank you to @liamgallagher” See that tweet below.

You can see the rest of The Rolling Stones tour dates and the whole impressive roster of support acts below.

25 May, London Stadium – Florence & The Machine
29 May, St Mary’s Stadium, Southampton – The Vaccines
02 June, Ricoh Arena, Coventry – The Specials
05 June, Old Trafford, Manchester – Richard Ashcroft
09 June, BT Murrayfield Stadium, Edinburgh – Richard Ashcroft
15 June, Principality Stadium, Cardiff – Elbow
19 June, Twickenham Stadium, London – James Bay

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