Liam Gallagher back on stage to honor the Who

The show "The Who Hits 50" took place yesterday (11) in London. In benefit concert, several biggest names in the music industry gathered to play the songs of Who celebrating its fiftieth anniversary in 2014. Among those present were Eddie Vedder, Wilko Johnson, Tom Odell, Geddy Lee of Rush and Liam Gallagher making his first public appearance after the end of Beady Eye . Gallagher sang the classic "My Generation”, which he had recorded in the 90's with the Oasis .

Roger Daltrey, lead singer of The Who , was also present - the income of the show was donated to the Teenage Cancer Trust. He sang "Young Man Blues" and "Substitute"- that replacing James Dean Bradfield of the Manic Street Preachers, who was ill and could not attend the show.

A fan filmed the performance of Liam Gallagher. Check it out below: