Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher will be giving fans in New York City a free, in-store performance at Rough Trade in Brooklyn on Sunday, July 30. The unapologetic, opinion-friendly singer will be at the famous record store/concert venue to promote his debut album as a solo artist, As You Were, which is scheduled to come out on Oct. 6 on Warner Bros. Records.
The venue, which is located a block from the East River in the Williamsburg neighborhood of North Brooklyn, routinely welcomes artists to perform in the large, warehouse-style retail store located in the front portion of the relatively new venue. For admission into the in-store performance on July 30, fans will have to come into the Brooklyn venue and pre-order As You Were to obtain a ticket.
Oasis disbanded in 2009, and its two primary members in Liam and older brother Noel Gallagher haven’t been to shy about sharing their opinions about each other with the media ever since. Noel has released a pair of solo albums, and recently sung on a track from Gorillaz’ latest Humanz LP titled, “We Got the Power.”
Liam will be back in New York City later this fall as part of his North American tour in November in support of As You Were. Tickets for select shows on his fall run can be purchased by clicking here.