The bands come together onstage again - this time it's Pink Floyd and George Harrison who are tackled on the 'Brotherly Love' tour...

OASIS‘ NOEL GALLAGHER and GEM ARCHERcontinued their recent tradition of joining the BLACK CROWES onstage for their encores on the ‘BROTHERLY LOVE’ tour at their second and third NEW YORK CITY dates on Friday and Saturday (June 8/9) at RADIO CITY MUSIC HALL.

Following Thursday’s (June 7) high octane rendition of The Stooges’ classic ‘Down On The Street’, Noel and Gem lent their talent to the Crowes for Friday’s cover of Pink Floyd’s ‘Lucifer Sam’ and Saturday’s take on George Harrison’s ‘I Dig Love’.

During Saturday’s set, Oasis proved that the band were back on form as Liam informed the crowd that it was the best show they would see until the

next time Oasis returned to the city.

The final date of the ‘Brotherly Love’ tour, which also includes Spacehog, takes place tonight (June 11) at the Tweeter Center in Boston.

Afterwards, though they won’t be playing together anymore, both bands have European dates supporting Neil Young.

Oasis join Young at The Bercy in Paris on June 24, while The Black Crowes are scheduled to play with the guitar legend on June 23, 26 & 27 in Germany and on July 9 & 10 in Italy and Switzerland respectively.