Former Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher is set to seal his comeback with a series of charity gigs later this year (10).
The guitarist walked away from the British band last summer (09) following a furious argument with his brother Liam.
He recently announced plans to launch his own solo career, and now he's set a date for his return to the stage with a performance at a charity concert in March (10).
Gallagher will play at the annual Teenage Cancer Trust concerts, set up by The Who frontman Roger Daltrey, alongside acts including the Arctic Monkeys, The Specials and Them Crooked Vultures.
Daltrey says, "I'm over the moon. It will be Noel's only gigs this year, so those nights will be special."
While Gallagher, who last appeared at the charity event in 2007, adds, "Ten years ago I got a call from Roger asking to join him for the first ever concert for the charity. Since then, I've been honoured to support this amazing charity. I've had some of the best nights I've ever had on a U.K. stage."