Liam Gallagher, the former frontman of Oasis, has just announced he will perform in 2017. Gallagher had announced a solo album this summer after signing a contract with Warner Bros Records UK, but while the album doesn’t have a set date, Gallagher will be making his debut as a solo artist on Tuesday, March 28 at London’s Bush Hall.
The English singer will join Jess Glynne, Tom Odell and Plan B at the first Give A Gig Week for the charity, Youth Music.
Liam Gallagher comes back eight years after Oasis split, as a result of Noel Gallagher leaving the rock band in 2009 because of misunderstandings with his brother. It has been eight dark years for rock fans but at least 2017 seems to be the redemption year for music.
For a little nostalgic moment, listen to Oasis below.