LIAM Gallagher sang Live Forever and placed 22 candles on stage as he played his first-ever solo gig just a week after the Manchester bombing.The former Oasis frontman stormed on stage to defiant cheers from concert-goers, who chanted “stand up for the 22” in honour of those killed in a suicide attack at an Ariana Grande gig last Monday.The 44-year-old made his debut performance as a lone act at the O2 Ritz, Manchester, tonight – less than half a mile away from the flat where evil Salman Abedi is believed to have built the nail bomb used in the devastating atrocity.During the gig, Liam was roared on by the devastated city as he yelled: “We’re all doing it together.”He added: “Normal business has been resumed,” before playing chart toppers Rock ‘n’ Roll Star, What’s the Story Morning Glory and ended on an acoustic version of Live Forever.But fans desperate for a reunion with brother Noel were left disappointed as the younger Gallagher played alone throughout.The pair have not shared a stage since 2009, during the last Oasis tour, which saw the brothers have a huge falling out, ending the string of gigs early.Liam appeared to have buried the hatchet after… Read full this story
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