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The long-running "feud" between Oasis and Blur seems to be finally at an official end tonight, after Noel Gallagher joined Damon Albarn and Graham Coxon on stage at London's Royal Albert Hall tonight (March 23).
The duo were joined by Gallagher, who curated this year's Teenage Cancer Trust shows for a special rendition of the classic Blur song Tender. Accompanying them on drums was The Modfather himself, Paul Weller.
Earlier, Albarn and Coxon were joined by Weller (on keyboards) and poet and author Michael Horowitz.
Gallagher then followed with a set featuring his High Flying Birds that showcased his solo album (Everybody's On The Run, The Death Of You And Me) and also included a fair number of Oasis classics. Kicking off with (It's Good) To Be Free, the set featured Wonderwall, Supersonic, Lord Don't Slow Me Down, Half The World Away, Shout It Out Loud, Diggsy's Dinner and the legendary Don't Look Back In Anger.
The Teenage Cancer Trust gigs conclude tonight (March 25) with Paul Weller and Palma Violets.