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Gerry Cinnamon To Join Liam Gallagher At Irish Independent Park Cork

Wednesday, 08 May 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

Gerry Cinnamon will link up with Liam Gallagher at one of his first live dates of the year.

The Glaswegian singer-songwriter will join the Oasis vocalist at the Irish Independent Park Cork on June 23. Tickets are on sale now.

Cinnamon released his debut album, 'Erratic Cinematic', in 2017, the same year Gallagher dropped his debut solo LP, 'As You Were'.

Liam Gallagher Upcoming Tour Dates are as follows

Thu June 06 2019 - LONDON Alexandra Palace Theatre
Sun June 23 2019 - CORK Independent Park
Wed June 26 2019 - ST AUSTELL Eden Project

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