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NOASIS Liam Gal­lagher

Olympia the­atre Dublin 8pm ¤36.50/¤30.90 (sold out) tick­et­mas­ Over 20 years of Liam Gal­lagher might be 20 years too much, but even his most ve­he­ment fans would have to ad­mit that he was once one of rock mu­sic’s most in­so­lent vo­cal­ists. Whether that has changed re­mains to be seen. Since the demise in 2014 of Beady Eye (“Strat­ford’s finest Oa­sis trib­ute band,” quipped big brother Noel), Liam has been more than sat­is­fied to bom­bard his older brother with tweets, yet he has also found the time to record a de­but solo al­bum - As you Were is sched­uled for re­lease in the au­tumn, but a lead song, Wall of Glass, was re­leased last week. We have no idea what the al­bum will be like, but it’s known that Gal­lagher has col­lab­o­rated with pro­fes­sional song­writ­ers such as Greg Kurstin. Gal­lagher has ad­mit­ted that Oa­sis songs will make up the ma­jor­ity of his solo gigs. As you were, in­deed. TCL

YOUNG TRAD @HEART Ceol na nÓg Mil­town Mal­bay, Co Clare

Cel­e­brat­ing the tunes of bud­ding mu­si­cians from all over Clare, tonight is a show­case of the great and the good of Bríd O’Dono­hue’s Mu­sic School in Mil­town Mal­bay. Lis­ten out for that lone­some touch that is Clare mu­sic. A must for any­one seek­ing out new tunes and the sto­ries be­hind them. Also fea­tur­ing Seán, Eibh­lís, Deirdre, Sinéad and Liam O’Brien.

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