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Noel Gallagher's ' Free Tibet ' Appearance Has China Pull Plug on Oasis Gigs
British rock band Oasis's live concert debut in mainland China has been cancelled, organisers said Monday.
Concert promoter Luo Xiaochuan declined to give a reason for the British group's Beijing and Shanghai appearances, scheduled for April 3 and 5, not going ahead, but word on the street has it China has a problem with Noel Gallagher's appearance at the Free Tibet Concert in 1997 and decided to pull the plug on Oasis
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Their website and tour blog made no mention of the cancellations. It was not immediately clear whether the band's Hong Kong concert on April 7 would be affected.
The Chinese dates had attracted the attention of some music fans (L4E?) curious to see how lead singer Liam Gallagher, known for his abrasive attitude and unpredictable behavior, would fare in a country where live performances are tightly regulated.
Authorities have tightened restrictions following a Shanghai concert last year by Icelandic singer Bjork, who concluded her show by shouting: "Tibet!"
The subject of Tibet remains extremely sensitive in China amid allegations by the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama, and other Tibetan exiles and activists, of Chinese repression in the Buddhist Himalayan region.