Roger Daltrey hints that he’ll try and get Oasis to reunite for a Teenage Cancer Trust show

The Who frontman is curating this year's series of gigs

The Who’s Roger Daltrey has hinted that he will try and get Oasis to reunite for a Teenage Cancer Trust gig.

Daltrey yesterday announced the line-up for this March’s annual series of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, which he is curating.

Speaking to The Sun, he teased that he may be able to get Noel and Liam Gallagher to reunite for a forthcoming show. “Noel and Liam are brothers so it will all be alright. Don’t worry. Blood is thicker than music,” he said. “Could I bring them together for a Teenage Cancer Trust show? Ask me next year.”


Daltrey yesterday told NME that he will reunite with Pete Townshend this year to make a new The Who album.

The Who and The Cure will play this year’s Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, along with Ed Sheeran, OneRepublic and Paolo Nutini. The comedy night will see stand-up from Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan and more.

The Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall shows are as follows:

Ed Sheeran (March 24)
An evening of comedy with Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan, Patrick Kielty, Rob Beckett and Hal Cruttenden (25)
Paolo Nutini (26)
OneRepublic (27)
The Cure (29)
Suede: ‘Dog Man Star’ 20th Anniversary (30)

Tickets prices start from £25 (plus booking fees) and go onsale on Friday (January 31) at 9.30am. To check the availability of Teenage Cancer Trust tickets and get all the latest listings, go to NME.COM/TICKETS now, or call 0844 858 6765.

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