25 years since he first bursting onto the music scene as the frontman of Oasis, Liam Gallagher has just announced his first ever solo performance.
The singer will reportedly play a first show under his own name in London next year.
According to Music Week, the singer will perform at a Give a Gig Week show for the charity Youth Music at Bush Hall on March 28, 2017.
Jess Glynne, Tom Odell and Plan B will also reportedly play at the charity event.
Gallagher left Oasis in 2009 after brother Liam quit the band. He went on to form his band Beady Eye, who folded in 2014.
His previously announced that he would release a solo album in 2017.
Liam’s solo venture could be make or break for him, after he announced that he will “probably f**k off forever” if the album fails.
The announcement could put paid to the rumours of an Oasis reunion. The legendary Manchester band were reportedly planning to get back together next year.
The Gallagher brothers have long rebuffed any suggestion they would get back together, having last performed as Oasis way back in August 2009.
Oasis have been in the news this year, following the release of critically-acclaimed documentary Supersonic.