Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher has delighted fans after confirming a new show for 2020.
The announcement comes just weeks after he Liam Gallagher's brother admitted he thought he was "ready to call it a day".
Noel, 52, will play a gig at London's iconic Royal Albert Hall as part of Teenage Cancer Trust's 2020 shows.
The annual evenings aim to raise as much money for youngsters living with cancer.
Also on the bill in March is Stereophonics and Nile Rodgers and Chic.
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Speaking earlier this month, Noel insisted he has no plans to reconcile with brother Liam and reunite Oasis – despite countless rumours to the contrary.
Chatting on Matt Morgan's Funny How? podcast, went as far as saying he plans to scale back his live shows.
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"I'm ready to call it a day actually," he confessed.
After Matt asked as to what the star meant, Noel added: "Touring for a while.
"I’m ready to take a big chunk of time off."
Insisting he doesn't plan on quitting music all together, Noel continued: "I think I will always write.
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"I’m too much of a control freak to have anyone else singing my songs.
"I can see myself not producing as much material, and touring every five or six years instead of touring every two or three.
The tour next I’ll be 55/56, so by the end of that tour I’ll be 58. And that’s nearly 60. You don’t know how you’re going to feel physically.
"You're gonna think, can I be f**king arsed to be away from the kids?"
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