D’ohasis: Liam Gallagher cancels Boston gig

Well here’s some bummer news: Liam Gallagher has cancelled his gig Saturday (November 25) at Boston’s House of Blues. He posted the news to Twitter Friday night, roughly 26 hours before doors.

“Gutted to have to cancel the gig in Boston I’m full of a cold I’ve had it since Minneapolis been told to rest by the doctor,” Gallagher tweeted. He signed off with “as you were LG x.”

And here’s word via Facebook, which says Saturday’s show is cancelled but also that a re-scheduled date might be in play at some point: “It’s with deep regret that we have to cancel tomorrow’s show in Boston. Liam is unwell and is therefore unable to perform; he has been advised by his Doctor to rest for a few days. Apologies to everyone who planned on attending the show, tickets will be refundable and we hope to reschedule soon.”

And The House of Blues has also speculated on a new date.

Gallagher’s North American tour, in support of new solo album As You Were, will likely resume Monday at Terminal 5 in New York City before concluding with gigs in D.C. (November 29) and Philly (November 30). A UK swing picks up December 4.

In other Gallagher news, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds’ new album, Who Built The Moon, is out today. He plays the Boston Opera House on February 17.

Earlier today, Liam dropped a new video/single, ironically titled “Come Back To Me.” Watch it below.