The rock pals get together to make sweet music at a charity bash at London's Royal Albert Hall...

LIAM GALLAGHER invaded the stage at the ROYAL ALBERT HALL last night (March 26) to front a supergroup containing brother NOEL, Paul Weller and STEREOPHONICS

frontman KELLY JONES.

Liam made the impromptu two-minute appearance at the Richard Ashcroft-headlined Teenage Cancer Trust concert. He worked through a performance of the self-penned ‘Songbird’ before being cheered off stage by chanting fans. He even had time to help out Ashcroft during a piano rendition of ‘C’mon People (We’re Making It Now)’, holding a microphone for the former Verve



Noel Gallagher, [/a] and The Who frontman and show organiser Roger Daltrey kicked the night off with their supergroup Trust, performing Oasis B-side ‘Talk Tonight’, The Who classic ‘Magic Bus’ and [a]’s ‘Butterfly Collector’.

Stereophonics‘ Kelly Jones then arrived on stage to perform ‘Step On My Old Size Nines’ and ‘Traffic’.

Ashcroft then rounded the night off with a two-hour 17-song set, opening with ‘Sonnet’, and playing an solo acoustic version of ‘The Drugs Don’t Work’.

The star finished the night by performing an incendiary 10-minute version of ‘Bitter Sweet Symphony’.

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