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Noel Gallagher to play with Mani at charity gigs
Stone Roses bass guitar player Mani is set to join Noel Gallagher on stage at the Royal Albert Hall later this month, it has been revealed.
The pair will play together at two concerts for the Teenage Cancer Trust in shows taking place on March 25th and 26th 2010.
In an interview on Talksport, Gallagher confirmed that he will be joined for the shows by a string section, as well as the famous bass guitar player.
The gigs will mark the first time Gallagher has performed as a solo artist since leaving Oasis last year.
On the first night, he will receive support from fellow Mancunians The Courteeners, while his second show will be opened by Plan B.
In the past ten years, the Royal Albert Hall gigs have raised almost £9 million for the charity.
Among the other acts set to appear this year are Suede, Arctic Monkeys and The Who.Posted on 16 Mar 2010 12:52 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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