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15 October 2019, 11:16 | Updated: 28 October 2019, 18:07
The former Oasis frontman took to Twitter after the crowd's "wild antics" in LA, where he supported The Who as part of their American dates.
The former Oasis rocker is supporting the Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend on their North American dates has commented on the "wild" crowds and the response he's had so far.
Taking to Twitter after his first night at the Hollywood Bowl, Los Angeles on Friday (11 October) the rocker wrote: "La you are too kind you do know I’m not the headline act all those wild antics are appreciated but don’t go shooting your load bfore the who come on stage you’ll only give them a complex as you were why me why not LG x".
La you are too kind you do know I’m not the headline act all those wild antics are appreciated but don’t go shooting your load bfore the who come on stage you’ll only give them a complex as you were why me why not LG x— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 12, 2019
The One of Us singer also told Twitter that he's "loving" the fans in America and joked to a one follower that he needs "to up (his) security".
I know there all over me I need to up my security— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 12, 2019
Gallagher previously shared his excitement for joining the Baba O'Riley rockers on their tour, and even revealed that his favourite Who songs were 1965's My Generation, 1966's Disguises and 1967's Armenia City In The Sky.
My generation also digging disguises and Armenia city in the sky— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) October 6, 2019
Kane will support the Manchester legend on his dates in London, Liverpool, Nottingham and Dublin, while Aussie outfit DMA's will join Gallagher on the other shows in Cardiff, Birmingham, Aberdeen, Glasgow, Newcastle, Sheffield and his homecoming date at Manchester Arena.
11 November - Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena - SOLD OUT
12 November - Birmingham, Arena - SOLD OUT
14 November - Aberdeen, P&J Live*
15 November - Glasgow, The SSE Hydro* - SOLD OUT
17 November - Newcastle, Utilita Arena* - SOLD OUT
18 November - Sheffield, FlyDSA Arena* - SOLD OUT
20 November - Manchester, MEN Arena* - SOLD OUT
21 November - Liverpool, M&S Bank Arena* - SOLD OUT
23 November - Dublin, 3Arena -NEW DATE ADDED
24 November - Dublin, 3Arena - SOLD OUT
26 November - Nottingham, Motorpoint Arena
28 November - London, O2 Arena - SOLD OUT
29 November - London, O2 Arena - NEW DATE ADDED
*DMAS supporting on these dates