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Who want Liam Gallagher
Roger Daltrey wants Liam Gallagher to play with The Who.
The legendary frontman wants the former Oasis singer to join his band on stage when they play their classic 'Quadrophenia album at the conclusion of this year's run of shows for the Teenage Cancer Trust charity.
Although Liam turned the opportunity down, Roger is leaving the door open for him to be able to play with the band.
He said to Absolute Radio host Geoff Lloyd: "I actually rung Liam to be part of The Who night, but he's otherwise engaged.
"We've actually got room for two guests, and anyone who wants to turn up and do something after we do 'Quadrophenia', just to round off the night, you know - let's see what happens."
Although he's not secured Liam's services to perform at the series of concerts, two of the other nights will see the first live performances by his brother Noel Gallagher since Oasis split last August
Roger added: "This is the first thing he's done, and he's always been involved with these shows. "In the first year he guested with us on those first shows, and he's done it with Oasis, he's done it on his own, solo. Post-Oasis, it's his first, and it's his only thing planned for the year."
Other artists who are playing this year's Teenage Cancer Trust shows include Them Crooked Vultures, Suede and Arctic Monkeys.Posted on 19 Feb 2010 16:30 to category : Music News
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