Liam Gallagher Scraps Show In Germany: 'My Voice Was Not There'

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Liam Gallagher

Liam Gallagher’s voice deserted him during a show in Germany. 

The former Oasis frontman was four songs into his set at Alsterdorfer Sporthalle in Hamburg on Wednesday (Feb. 5) when he stopped the show, citing a throat injury. 

According to reports, Gallagher performed the Oasis classic “Rock’n’Roll Star,” “Halo,” “Shockwave” from his sophomore album Why Me and “Wall of Glass” from his 2017 debut solo album As You Were. His fifth song “Come Back to Me” was aborted. 

In a followup tweet, Gallagher wrote: “Sorry to everybody who came to the gig tnight in Hamburg my voice was not there and if I’d have carried on I’d have done more damage to it I love you all and hope you understand I’ll make it up to you LG x”

Gallagher is touring in support of Why Me, which opened at No. 1 in the U.K. last year.

It’s unclear if the injury will impact the Manchester singer’s upcoming tour dates, the next of which is slated to take place Feb. 7 at Club YOLO in Amsterdam. 
 

 

 


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