So far the older Gallagher brother has slotted brief runs in Canada and the U.S. and the newly announced 2012 routing is no exception. Beginning in Washington, D.C., at Warner Theatre March 28; look for Gallagher and his High Flying Birds to land in Columbus, Ohio, for a gig at the LC Pavilion March 29; Michigan’s Royal Oak Music Theatre near Detroit March 31; Chicago at the Riviera Theatre April 1; Milwaukee’s Pabst Theater April 3; Indianapolis at the Egyptian Room April 4; and Atlanta at the Tabernacle April 6.

Known for their sibling bickering almost as much as for their best-selling albums and sold-out shows, the Gallagher brothers effectively ended Oasis in August 2009 when an argument shortly before the band was to perform at the Rock en Seine festival in Paris resulted in Liam Gallagher breaking his older bro’s guitar. Moments later a festival organizer told the audience that “the group no longer exists,” a point echoed by a posting Noel Gallagher made on the band’s website 24 hours later saying “verbal and violent intimidation” had caused him to leave Oasis.

The self-titled Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds album landed in stores Nov. 8 to coincide with the fall run that began in Boston earlier this month and plays New York City tonight and tomorrow evening at the Beacon Theatre; Los Angeles Thursday and Friday at UCLA’s Royce Hall and San Francisco at the Orpheum Theatre Saturday night.

Tickets for the spring dates go on sale Friday. Visit for more information.