Noel Gallagher will play an acoustic show tomorrow night when he will be possibly be playing new single ‘Go Let It Out’ live for the first time. Gem and Andy Bell will play with him.
As predicted by nme.com, they play Toronto for radio station Edge 102 in Canada tomorrow, December 7, at a storefront studio in the city’s downtown Yonge Street. Admission is free and it kicks off at 6pm Eastern Time (11pm GMT).
The station also says that the event will be webcast on their site, though over the weekend Chicago’s Q101 was supposed to broadcast their Saturday night show on the internet and showed all the bands except Oasis – who were replaced by a documentary about Bush!
There will also be an interview with Noel.
Oasis played their third US show last night in Detroit for radio station 89X. It was the same five songs as they played in Philadelphia and Detroit, again well received and on top form.
The band will do promotional work – interviews with press, TV and radio in Canada – before arriving in Los Angeles on Friday where they will shoot a video, do a photo session and play at the KROQ Almost Acoustic show. They will then break for Christmas.
Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher was reported by The Sunday Mirror to have claimed that he was launching a solo career. A reporter from the tabloid caught up with the Oasis singer during his ‘lost weekend’ last week when he supposedly went missing before the US tour. They also quoted him as saying that he felt that Creation boss Alan McGee had betrayed them and that he was personally overdrawn at the bank and had no money. He claimed that McGee no longer thought the band were cool because they were always being written about by the tabloids.
nme.com caught up with the band in Detroit and asked Gem why they hadn’t played any new songs from the album.
“You’re asking the wrong guy,” he replied.
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