Liam Gallagher was forced to cancel a recent gig due to illness earlier this week.
Having played at Festival Bureaugard earlier this week, former Oasis singer Gallagher cut his set due to vocal problems.
Revealing that he has laryngitis, the singer apologised to fans, saying he was “disappointed” to cut his live set short.
Gallagher Had To Put “health first”
Taking to social media, Gallagher has revealed that he has been suffering from laryngitis. The singer admitted that this has also forced him to cancel further shows in France.
“Apologies to everyone who came out to Festival Bureaugard last night, I was so disappointed to have to cut the set short”, Gallagher wrote.
“I have been diagnosed today with laryngitis and am on Doctors orders to get some rest. Unfortunately that means I have to cancel my upcoming show in Cognac”.
He also added, “I never want to let any down down am really sorry for any disappointment but I have to put my health first”.
I never want to let anyone down am really sorry for any disappointment but I have to put my health first LG x
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) July 9, 2022
Speaking of show cancellations, Liam Gallagher was forced to assure fans that his gig at Manchester City’s Ethiad Stadium had not been cancelled.
However, Gallagher blamed this false cancellation on hackers who had managed to circumvent his website’s security.
He wrote, “I hear some [bell]end has hacked my official website saying that the MANCHESTER gig is cancelled it’s not see ya there MCFC CHAMPIONS OF ENGLAND”. More on this here.
Last month, Liam Gallagher also played two sold out gigs at Knebworth, infront of 160,000 people across two nights.
These gigs also saw the Wall Of Glass singer supported by the likes of Paolo Nutini, Kasabian, Pastel, Amyl & the Sniffers, Fat White Family and Michael Kiwanuka.
“It’s just good to be back doing some gigs”, Gallagher said ahead of these shows. “We’ve done our rehearsals and there’s just a few finishing touches to do. But it’s all there, man — I hope the weather stays nice”.