The Libertines man also wants to play a few shows to help raise cash for the cause.
Saturday, 22nd November 2014
Friday, 21st November 2014
After Dave Grohl claims he'd play the festival if Oasis and Prince headlined, XFM put the question to Mr Gallagher himself.
Thursday, 20th November 2014
The Beatle tells XFM that he's "too busy" to make a UK version of Grohl's TV project.
Tuesday, 18th November 2014
Members of The Killers and Rage Against The Machine will join Billy Corgan at Koko in London next month.
Friday, 14th November 2014
Dave Grohl has confirmed to XFM Breakfast that they're working on a plan that would let their fans crowdfund future gigs.
Wednesday, 12th November 2014
The band bring Sonic Highways to stadiums in the UK next summer... and they'll be taking Royal Blood with them.
Noel Gallagher has spoken out about his techniques for getting rid of Liam whilst he was practising.
Tuesday, 11th November 2014
Dave Grohl tells XFM's Danielle Perry how it's a "shame" that the Manchester band aren't together any more.
Monday, 10th November 2014
Dave Grohl and his men take a musical tour of the US.
Friday, 7th November 2014
The Foo FIghters man has revealed he's interested in headlining Glastonbury, and Emily seems pretty keen as well.
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The 5 Best Songs Of The Week (17 November 2014)
The weather might be getting worse but the music keeps getting better on XFM with our five BEST songs of the week. This week we've got tracks from Johnny Marr, The Charlatans, Flyte, Future Islands and Noel Gallagher.
ALBUM OF THE WEEK: TV On The Radio - Seeds
The Brooklyn band's fifth album is their most accomplished, polished and effective to date.
How Soon IS Now? Indie music's most philosophical songs
If a tree falls in a wood and no-one’s there to hear it, does today’s themed X-LIST exist? Is your existentialism all relative, or are you in love with a notion?
Artist Vs Audience: XFM's greatest ever onstage meltdowns
Live shows are a joyous thing: a meeting of minds between musician and audience. Except when they're not. XFM looks at the times when the people onstage take on their fans, the powers that be, the rest of the world... and sometimes themselves.