Noel Gallagher Did Charity with Fun
In a happy mood, Noel Gallagher jammed at Teenage Cancer Trust at Royal Albert Hall, London on March 26. The charity-based event saw him going personal with audience by interacting and joking with them. Apparently, the event was also dedicated to his pregnant Scottish girlfriend, Sara MacDonald.
He opened the show by singing "(It's Good) To Be Free" and just before delivering the third piece "Slide Away" he announced that the song was dedicated to "My lovely Mrs. Sara"
The Jam's Paul Weller and his band mate Gem Archer joined him on stage to play several songs such as "Butterfly Collector" and The Beatles' "All You Need Is Love". There was also an all female orchestra that backed up Noel in the second half of the performance.
The audience then went wild as he delivered the rarely played Oasis' "Don't Go Away". In the last minutes of his performance, he brought The Smiths' "There Is A Light That Never Goes Out" and Oasis' hit "Don't Look Back in Anger". Just as audience thought the show was over, Noel came back for an encore singing John Lennon's personal song "Strawberry Fields Forever".
Scottish rockers The View and band Shack were also in support of this event while Noel's brother Liam Gallagher was not in sight.
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