The Who rocker Roger Daltrey has reunited the original stars of his first ever Teenage Cancer Trust show to perform again for the 15th anniversary of the fundraising concert series.

Noel Gallagher, Paul Weller and Stereophonics frontman Kelly Jones joined Daltrey's band onstage for The Who and Friends gig in the British capital in 2000.

The original concept eventually became an annual concert series raising money for the Teenage Cancer Trust, and Daltrey has now brought back Gallagher, Weller and Jones to mark 15 years since the first gig.

Jones will kick off the shows with his band Stereophonics on 23 March (15), Weller will take to the stage with Johnny Marr on 27 March (15), and Gallagher will close out the series on 28 March (15), while other shows will be headlined by Van Morrison and The Who.

Daltrey says, "To be back for our 15th year at the Royal Albert Hall for Teenage Cancer Trust is an incredible achievement. This is all made possible by the loyalty of the music and comedy business. Paul, Noel and Kelly (from Stereophonics) were there for the first event, and many thereafter. I can't thank them enough for being back with us this year."

Jones has also expressed his delight to be back at the event 15 years after it all started.

He tells British radio station Absolute Radio's Breakfast Show host Christian O'Connell, "I played the first Tct gig 15 years ago. We all played together that night so this one is going to be the anniversary of the first one. We travelled in with Noel (Gallagher) and imagine we'll do the same again. It was a special night with some incredible memories."

Absolute Radio is the official radio partner for Teenage Cancer Trust at the Royal Albert Hall and will be broadcasting highlights from the 15th Anniversary shows.