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Watch Nickelback and The Lottery Winners cover Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ in Manchester

Nickelback have teamed up with The Lottery Winners for a live cover of Oasis‘ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ in Manchester.The Canadian rockers kicked off the UK leg of their ‘Get Rollin’ world tour last week (May 16) with The Lottery Winners serving as opening support. Last night (May 20), the two bands performed a rendition of Oasis’ 1996 hit track in Manchester’s AO Arena.The Lottery Winners’ Thom Rylance and Katie Lloyd and Nickelback’s Ryan Peake took on Noel Gallagher’s vocals and sang ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ to the 20,000 fans in attendance.Look at this photograph…— Lottery Winners (@LotteryWinners) May 17, 2024 “I just want to dedicate this to the 22 Manchester bees.

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Watch Pearl Jam debut ‘Dark Matter’ songs at opening night of 2024 world tour in Vancouver
Pearl Jam kicked off their 2024 world tour in Vancouver on Saturday (May 4), playing several songs from new album ‘Dark Matter’ for the first time. Check out footage below.The band played a 25-song set at the Rogers Arena, including a total of nine tracks from their recently-released 12th album, seven of which graced a setlist for the first time ever.Also played at the show were early classics including ‘Alive’, ‘Black’ and ‘Daughter’, as well as deeper cuts like ‘Leatherman’, at the request of drummer Matt Cameron, and covers of Neil Young’s ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’, Tom Petty’s ‘I Won’t Back Down’ and Mother Love Bone’s ‘Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns’.See footage from the show here:‘Wash’ ‘Low Light’ ‘Elderly Woman Behind the Counter in a Small Town’ ‘Given to Fly’ ‘Scared of Fear’ ‘React, Respond’ ‘Wreckage’ ‘Dark Matter’ ‘Daughter’ ‘Leatherman’ ‘Corduroy’ ‘Red Mosquito’ ‘Upper Hand’ ‘Won’t Tell’ ‘Running’ ‘Chloe Dancer/Crown of Thorns’ ‘Porch’ ‘I Won’t Back Down’ ‘Black’ ‘Do the Evolution’ ‘Something Special’ ‘Alive’ ‘Rockin’ in the Free World’ ‘Yellow Ledbetter’ ‘Setting Sun’ The Seattle band announced the tour back in February, and it will continue around North America for the rest of May, before heading to Europe and the UK.