The famous MTV Unplugged is returning to the UK with Mancunian megastar Liam Gallagher. Unfortunately, just minutes after the show was announced, fans of the Grammy and Emmy winning former Oasis frontman were snapped up and sold out.
Gallagher will be playing a stripped down acoustic versions of his solo and Oasis hits in an intimate setting. We're not sure exactly what he'll play from his vast discography but the MTV official site states says that it will include "tracks from his number one debut solo album As You Were, some new material and a selection of Oasis classics."
Where is Liam Gallagher MTV Unplugged taking place?
The once in a lifetime show will take place at Hull City Hall.
When will it take place?
If you managed to bag tickets, you can watch it live on 3 August 2019.
When can you watch it?
The special one-off, one-hour set will be filmed on Saturday 3 August and will air on MTV UK at 9pm on Tuesday 27 September.
Liam Gallagher spoke to MTV about the event, he said: "I'm honoured to be performing at the legendary showcase that is MTV Unplugged. I'll be playing songs from my number-one debut solo album, I'll be playing some stone cold classics from the mighty Oasis and I'll be showcasing some of my new songs from my upcoming second solo album Why Me? Why Not. I'd love it if you could join us as it's sure to be a biblical evening. P.S. I Love Hull!"
Global Head of Music and Talent at MTV Bruce Gillmer said: "MTV Unplugged lets music fans experience their favourite artists' songs in a completely new way.
"We're thrilled to be bringing the franchise back to the UK, and to markets around the world, for a whole new generation of music fans. As always with Liam Gallagher, we can guarantee it's going to be an incredible night full of surprises."
You can say that again. When Oasi played MTV Unplugged, he failed to show up - leaving brother Noel to deputise on vocals. He did eventually turn up - to heckle from the balcony.
What do we know about Liam's new album?
Set to release on 20 September, 'Why me? Why not?' is supposed to much bigger than 'As you were'.
Charlie Lightening, a film director working on an upcoming documentary about Gallagher called 'As It Was' spoke to NME said: "It's mega, if you look at 'Definitely Maybe' and 'What's The Story (Morning Glory)?', one's the more punkier one and one's the bigger one.
"That's progression. People aren't gonna be disappointed with it. I think it's gonna blow people away."
"[The album] is a continuation of 'As You Were' but it's that bit bigger - if you're doing something for the second time, you've got more confidence behind you."
If you missed out on tickets, make sure you're in front of MTV UK at 9pm on Tuesday 27 September.
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