Noel Gallagher wants Damon duet

  • Bang Showbiz
  • 5 December 2012
Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher

Noel Gallagher wants to play with his old Blur rivals Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon when they support him at a Teenage Cancer Trust gig next year at London's Royal Albert Hall

Noel Gallagher wants to play with Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon when they support him at a Teenage Cancer Trust gig next year.

The ex-Oasis rocker will headline London's Royal Albert Hall on March 23 next year with his old Blur rivals also taking to the stage that night and Noel intends to perform with his former foes.

Noel - who is the curator of the 2013 series of gigs - said: "Will we play together? I hope so."

Kasabian and Russell Brand are also part of the line-up, with Kasabian headlining a show on March 22, while Russell will team up with Noel Fielding and special guests for a night of comedy on March 20.

In a statement about the Teenage Cancer Trust gig, Kasabian said: "The work that Teenage Cancer Trust carry out is vital and invaluable. We are honoured to have been invited back for the third time to perform and support such a worthy cause."

Other acts to perform at the gigs include Primal Scream, Ryan Adams and Rizzle Kicks.

All shows will take place at The Royal Albert Hall and tickets, be priced from £25, will be available from 9.30am on Friday 7 December 2012.

The full list of 2013 Teenage Cancer Trust gigs:

Ryan Adams, Beth Orton - March 19

Russell Brand, Noel Fielding - 20

Primal Scream - 21

Kasabian - 22

Noel Gallagher/ Damon Albarn, Graham Coxon - 23

Rizzle Kicks, Labrinth - 24

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds

Post-Oasis indie rock from Gallagher senior who is happy to dip into the Oasis back catalogue to bolster his set.

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