Oasis and Blur bury hatchet for charity gig

24 March 2013

London, Mar. 24 (ANI): English rock bands Blur and Oasis left behind their enmity to perform together at Teenage Cancer Trust charity gig in Royal Albert Hall, London, on Friday.

Blur's Graham Coxon and Damon Albarn took to the stage before Oasis' Noel Gallagher, after he asked them to join him at the Teenage Cancer Trust charity gig in London, the Sun reported.

The Blur men brought on musician Paul Weller and poet Michael Horovitz to play original music.

But the highlight of the day was Coxon, Albarn, Gallagher and Weller performing 'Tender' together to end the short set.

The Blur and Oasis men were at the front on guitars wile Weller performed on drums. (ANI)

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