20 September 2017

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


Good to see my French brothers n sisters tnight see you Saturday as you were LG x 

Liam Gallagher Is On The Cover Of Rock & Folk Magazine


Liam Gallagher is on the cover of Rock & Folk, the magazine is on sale in France now.




Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


Little shindig tnight in Paris can't wait as you were vive la France LG x 

19 September 2017

Liam Gallagher Is On The Front Cover Of Spain's Esquire Magazine


Liam Gallagher is on the front cover of the Spanish edition of Esquire, the magazine is on sale now.
















Video: Liam Gallagher In Milan


Below is a video from ‘Vogue Fashion Night Out’ that took place last week in Milan, Italy.


Thanks to OasisBlues

18 September 2017

On This Day In Oasis History...


The video below is from September 18th 2002, when Oasis appeared on the Harald Schmidt Show in Germany.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post


17 September 2017

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets...


MCFC Top of the league as you were LG x 

Nothing like a lovely stroll on the Heath on a Sunday morning with a loved 1 as you were LG x 

16 September 2017

On This Day In Oasis History...


On September 16th 2002, Death In Vegas released the Scorpio Rising album it featured the track 'Scorpio Rising' with Liam Gallagher on vocals.

Liam Gallagher: "I’m F**ing Like Usain Bolt When I Go Out Shopping"


Taken from a interview with Liam Gallagher, that you can read here (Subscription required).

When asked "What would his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther, say is his worst habit?"

He said ‘My worst habit is talking. I talk a lot. I like the sound of me own voice.’ He smiles. ‘No, I’ll tell you what my worst habit is: I’m f—ing like Usain Bolt when I go out shopping. She likes to browse. I ain’t got time for browsing. My mam will say the same thing. Groceries or clothes, I’m the same – I’m in and out.’

Liam Gallagher On Why He Goes For A Run Everyday


Taken from a interview with Liam Gallagher, that you can read here (Subscription required).

Liam Gallagher has spoken about why he goes for a daily run on Hampstead Heath at 6.30.

He said ‘When I’ve done a run I feel great after. I ran for Manchester when I was in school, long-distance. Won a few medals. So I’ve always been into it. But then I got in a band and all that shit goes out the window. But I love it – I can run, man. I’m not speedy but I can go long distances. I don’t know how many miles. I don’t wear all these silly watches, I just go for it.’ For Liam, this way lies good mental health.

‘I get things off my chest. A lot of people keep it all indoors. Being me’s good. I can f—ing say what I want, whether people like it or not. I go for my run, I come back, I’ve let all my shit out, then I bring it in, then I let it out. I’m like a good conveyor belt.’


Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


LOVE LOVE LOVE AS YOU WERE LG x 

15 September 2017

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


Thank you milan that was BIBLICAL as you were LG x 

Liam Gallagher On Why He Has A Dig At Noel So Regularly


Taken from a interview with Liam Gallagher, that you can read here (Subscription required).

When asked why does he have a dig at Noel so regularly? Why doesn’t he just let it go?

He said ‘’Cause I don’t want to let it go,’ he retorts. ‘What’s there to let go? I just like having a pop at him.’ For sport? ‘Yeah, man. Oh yeah. Don’t want to let him go, mate, f— that. Got him right on the ropes.’

You think? ‘Oh, I know man. How do I know? ’Cause I know… Anyway,’ he frowns, ‘we’re not here to speak about that c—, he’s had enough. But for the record, I don’t hate him… He’d love it if I just shut up shop, and didn’t say anything, and gave him an easy life to go and do his thing. It’s not happening. He’s had four f—ing years of [peace] now. And now I’m back doing what I do, I’m going to make it very f—ing hard for him to get back in the ring, man. Yeah.’

And yet, and yet… He’d prefer that we were here talking about the eighth Oasis studio album. This, he clarifies, is because ‘it’s a craic’ when you’re in a band. ‘But these are the cards I’ve been dealt. So I’m quite happy doing this.’

He added ‘I’ve got nothing to apologise to Noel Gallagher for. He was the one who split the band up, because he reckons I was the big bad wolf and scaring him and all that. That’s bollocks. Everyone knows the truth… He wanted to go and do his own thing, which is fine, but don’t throw people under the bus along the way.’

Liam Gallagher On Problems On The Home Front


Taken from a interview with Liam Gallagher, that you can read here (Subscription required).

Liam Gallagher was asked about his escapades and the public discussion of them, might cause him problems on the home front.

He said ‘Bring it on, mate, I’ve looked after all my kids. They’ve gone to lovely schools, they’ve got houses over their heads, they get fed, I’ve done everything that’s meant to be done. So they ain’t got no f—ing legs to stand on with that. There’s two boys that were born out of my f—ing love and my marriages and I get on with them. I haven’t seen the others. That’s just the way it is.’

Still. Four children with four women and two failed marriages little wonder that lawyers on both sides of the Atlantic had a field day.

‘Morning, noon and night with them f—ing c—s, and they’re still at it. The thought of getting a new band together, that was miles away. Then with all the other stuff going down, I was like, “F— this, I need to get out of London, out of England. Go and just live a little.” So, I thought I’d go to Spain for a bit, it’s round the corner.’


Liam Gallagher On How Easy It Is To Fall Into The Trap


Taken from a interview with Liam Gallagher, that you can read here (Subscription required).

Liam was asked were does his hump come from?

He replied  ‘Passion, man. It’s very easy to fall into the trap when you’ve got a lot of people patting you on the back. I know how great I am. And I know how shit I am. And a lot of other people just think they’re f—ing great, and they’d do well realising they’re f—ing not.’

Greg Kurstin On Working With Liam Gallagher


Taken from a interview with Greg Kurstin who talks about working with Liam Gallagher, read the full article here.

For the Oasis singer’s solo debut, Kurstin worked on four songs — “Wall of Glass,” “Bold,” “Paper Crown,” and “Come Back to Me” — and flexed some new production muscles in the process. “[Liam] was referencing things that I love but haven’t gotten a chance to do before on a recording — earlier Stones and Bowie and stuff like that,” Kurstin says. “It was really fun for me to break out that gear in my studio and just try to get the raunchiest sounds I possibly could. I would pound on the drums and he would cheer me on. That fired me up to make the tracks aggressive and loud and to get the dirtiest, loudest sounds I could.”

And Kurstin says he and his fellow collaborator, Miike Snow’s Andrew Wyatt, had a breeze working with the notoriously cantankerous Gallagher. “He seemed into the sounds I was adding, so that got me really comfortable,” Kurstin explains. “He can be really funny, just telling stories, and then he gets on the microphone and he sings and he’s got that amazing voice. I had such a great experience with him.”

Source: ew.com

14 September 2017

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


If any 1 can MILAN can as you were LG x 

On This Day In Oasis History...


The videos below are from September 14th 1994, when Oasis played at the Club Quatro in Tokyo, Japan.












Liam Gallagher To Perform On ‘Jools Holland’ New Series Premiere


Liam Gallagher has been announced for the first episode of the new series of Later… with Jools Holland.

 The shorter, live episode of the show will air at 10pm (UK Time) on Tuesday, September 26th on BBC Two, with the hour-long special following on the Saturday, September 30th at 10.15pm (UK Time).

What's Going On At 'This Feeling' This Weekend?


A well known haunt of well known faces, and where to see future next big things in advance, this week's event is in Glasgow, Birmingham, Leicester, Sheffield and Manchester.

Visit www.thisfeeling.co.uk for tickets and information on club nights all over the UK.

13 September 2017

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


It's a bit Mork n Mindy out as you were LG x 

12 September 2017

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


Just so happens to be turning out to be a lovely evening for it also as you were LG x 

On This Day In Oasis History...


The videos below are from September 12th 2006, when Noel Gallagher joined Kasabian on stage at NME.COM's tenth birthday celebrations in London.

Liam Gallagher On Being Solo, Oasis, Dave Grohl, Stone Roses And More


It’s easy to pull out the superlatives when it comes to band frontmen: charismatic, enigmatic, tortured, larger than life. But while Liam Gallagher might fit the bill as much as anyone, the 45-year-old singer and recent solo artist still possesses the ability to catch you off-guard.

Click here to read consequence of sounds interview with Liam Gallagher.

Liam Gallagher Wants To Team Up With The Stone Roses And Richard Ashcroft


The former Oasis frontman, who's preparing to release his debut solo album next month, also has Richard Ashcroft on his wish list.

Liam Gallagher is keen to collaborate with The Stone Roses.

The 44-year-old singer is set to release his debut solo album titled As You Were on 6 October, but the star has admitted he would "much prefer" to be in a band or partner up with his fellow Mancunians.

Speaking to Consequence Of Sound about his career, he said: "Anyone that would be in a supergroup or that would have anything to do with a supergroup are all solo. There's far too many solo stars out there for my liking and not enough bands. I'm doing this cause I have to. I'd much prefer to be in a band.

"The ideal ones would be the guys out of The Stone Roses. I think they just split up, so that would be good. [Richard] Ashcroft would be good. There's a lot of people out there, but the majority of them are all doing their own thing. But, if they want to do one, give us a shout. I'll do it."

Although the Wonderwall singer is open to collaborating with fellow musicians, he won't go through with any partnerships if he isn't singing.

He explained: "But, I'd have to be the singer. I'm down with it, but I'm not going to f**king stand there and do tambourine. I need to be on the f***ing mic, man."

Now Liam has left Oasis following his feud with his brother and fellow band member, Noel, he plans to simply "enjoy" his career and live "in the moment", because he feels time has passed him by.
He added: "But one record at a time, man. That's one thing I've learned over the last 20 years -- to f**king enjoy it and be in the moment. The last couple things, I got caught up in the bubble, and it just passes you by, and you go, 'Well, what the f**k happened there?' So, this time, one record at a time, and I guess we'll see how it goes. You got to live in the now, man, cause it's precious. As you get older, every day is f**kin'... You gotta wear it, you know what I mean? Thinking about the future, f**k that shit.

"I'm feeling good about it, so we'll see what happens at the end of the tour."

Although the Wonderwall singer is open to collaborating with fellow musicians, he won't go through with any partnerships if he isn't singing.

He explained: "But, I'd have to be the singer. I'm down with it, but I'm not going to f**king stand there and do tambourine. I need to be on the f***ing mic, man."

Now Liam has left Oasis following his feud with his brother and fellow band member, Noel, he plans to simply "enjoy" his career and live "in the moment", because he feels time has passed him by.

He added: "But one record at a time, man. That's one thing I've learned over the last 20 years -- to f**king enjoy it and be in the moment. The last couple things, I got caught up in the bubble, and it just passes you by, and you go, 'Well, what the f**k happened there?' So, this time, one record at a time, and I guess we'll see how it goes. You got to live in the now, man, cause it's precious. As you get older, every day is f**kin'... You gotta wear it, you know what I mean? Thinking about the future, f**k that shit.

"I'm feeling good about it, so we'll see what happens at the end of the tour."

Source: radiox.co.uk

Noel Gallagher Discusses The ‘Honour’ On Playing At The 'We Are Manchester' Concert


"We honoured the victims properly."

Noel Gallagher has opened up on the “honour” of playing the first show at Manchester Arena after it reopened last weekend following a terrorist attack at the venue earlier this year.

23 people were killed in May when a suicide bomber blew himself up in the foyer of the venue as Ariana Grande fans left a concert by the American singer.

Among the dead were the singer’s young fans, along with their parents who had travelled to the venue to collect them after the concert.

Now, former Oasis guitarist Noel has described the “honour” of joining the likes of Rick Astley and The Courteeners on the bill for the ‘We Are Manchester’ re-opening concert last weekend.

He revealed that the gig proved to be the first time that he had ever felt nervous before a show, after ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ became adopted as an “anthem for defiance” by the people of Manchester.

“It was great. It was the first time I ever got nervous going on stage, because of what happened with that song in the aftermath of the bombing. It kind of become an anthem for defiance and other people rallied round in the minute’s silence, which I was watching live on the news when it happened and I was rendered kind of speechless”, he told BBC 6 Music’s Shaun Keaveney.

“As it getting closer I was thinking I hope I’m going to be able to pull this off cos it’s quite an emotional thing, y’know what I mean? It’d be an emotional thing if it was a gig in, I don’t know, Dagenham, but the fact that it’s your hometown and you’ve played that arena.

“But it was great and we think that we, everybody that performed, we honoured the victims properly, and the survivors. We had a great time afterwards and we’d seen in Sunday afternoon. I’m still feeling it, I’ve gotta say.”

Hailing the “importance” of music, he added: “The thing that I’ve learnt with Don’t Look Back In Anger, the one thing I’ve learnt is music is of the upmost importance. That in a minute’s silence, something so horrific that people are in their own thoughts in silence, and one girl breaks the silence by singing that silence and then everyone joins in all together in that moment. Music really is important.”

Source: www.nme.com

This Feeling 'Alive' Tour Aims To Break Up-And-Coming Bands


New acts announced to support The Shimmer Band, Bang Bang Romeo and Blackwaters

There was a time when NME Radar tours were a highly influential indicator of what would be the next big thing: you had the likes of White Lies, Florence and The Machine -  and many more - playing their first shows.

Recognising the tour has waned somewhat in influence, This Feeling promoter Mikey Jonns, who has the backing of indie elite (Alan McGee, Kasabian, The Libertines and Noel Gallagher have regularly voiced their support) has stepped up to the plate to create a new tastemaking tour. It showcases the best live bands to have grafted themselves a following at his nationwide club night.

The lead three are the Kasabian-esque mighty sound of The Shimmer Band, the brooding anthemic pop of Bang Bang Romeo, and rowdy Essex rockers with the same management as The Libertines, Blackwaters.

They're bands who have played regularly at This Feeling and have picked up multiple nods of acclaim across online press and radio.

But they aren't groups who’ve had an automatic foothold on primetime. Recognising a slight apathy along traditional avenues for guitar music, the Alive tour is part of a few paths Jonns has set up for his favourite bands to gatecrash the mainstream – and it seems to be working.

He’s gone from having a stage at Leeds to having Reading and Leeds – and has a TV programme called This Feeling TV that’s proven the demand for rowdy rock n’ roll has gone nowhere. The Alive tour, which cruises around England - plus Cardiff and Glasgow - for two weeks in October, is perfectly timed with Freshers week which will definitely prove the thirst is there, too.

In addition to the main three acts on the tour, a different local support has been selected, giving an opportunity for newcomers  to play on some of the country’s best soundystems. What a great leg up, especially with A and R’s who will be wondering what the new bands sound like on a proper soundsystem.

In brief the chosen new bands are: the Britpop revivalists YVES; rowdy rock 'n' rollers Chapel Row; up-tempo indie dance of The Assist; hotly-tipped Arctic Monkeys-esque Sheafs; timeless melodic Coral-esque VIDA; Cabbage's proteges Proleteriat.; 60's psych poppers The Strawberries; 90s guitar sorts MINT; riff-oriented group The Ruffs; London blues-tinged garage rockers Paves; melodic Sheffield rockers Liberty Ship; and rock duo Sons.

See which city each band is supporting The Shimmer Band, Bang Bang Romeo, and Blackwaters below. Check here for tickets

Oct 1 Bristol w/ YVES
Oct 2 Cardiff Glee Club w/ Chapel Row
Oct 3 Birmingham o2 institute w/ The Assist
Oct 5 York Fibbers w/ SHEAFS
Oct 6 Glasgow o2 ABC2 w/ Vida
Oct 8 Manchester Academy 2 w/ Proletariat.
Oct 9 Leeds Wardrobe w/ The Strawberries
Oct 10 Hull The Welly w/ Mint
Oct 11 Nottingham Glee Club w/ The Ruffs
Oct 13 Sheffield Plug w/ Liberty Ship
Oct 14 London Electric Ballroom w/ Paves
Oct 15 Brighton Concorde 2 w/ SONS

Source: www.gigwise.com

Noel Gallagher Great Backstage Story From 'We Are Manchester' Concert


Noel Gallagher tells a great backstage story and takes a good stab at an Aussie accent.

Anthony Joshua Says Liam Gallagher's On His Friends List


Anthony Joshua talking about Liam Gallagher.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


It's a lovely day for it 

Does Noel Gallagher Take Aim At Liam On His New Album?


Noel Gallagher is believed to be ready to exact revenge on his brother Liam via his new album.

Liam has been taking vicious swipes at his elder brother all year while the Oasis songwriter beavered away on his upcoming third solo album.

Liam has blasted “potato” Noel for breaking up Oasis, supporting U2 and on Sunday called his performance at the re-opening of the Manchester Arena “a PR stunt”.

Noel has maintained a dignified silence mostly, but he gets his own back on rumoured new album tracks Be Careful What You Wish For and Black And White Sunshine.

Noel was encouraged to write songs spontaneously in the studio by producer David Holmes – and occasional digs at Liam came out in the music.

A source said: “David wanted Noel to ditch all the material he had when they started sessions last year and experiment in the studio. Inevitably there were days when Noel would have read or seen some of Liam’s rants.

“He may have stayed silent publicly so far but he channelled some reactions into his songs.”

Speaking about working with Holmes previously, Noel said: “As a rule I’ve not allowed myself to go in with any completed songs, so I am writing in there, it’s happening all around me during the day.”

First single It’s A Beautiful World is not far off – but it doesn’t sound like a thawing of the brothers’ feud will happen any time soon.

Source: www.dailystar.co.uk

Noel Gallagher: "I Wasn't Crying At We Are Manchester"


The Oasis man told Radio X's Chris Moyles why he wanted to keep it together for the re-opening of Manchester Arena, and why it was the only time he's "ever got nervous".

Noel Gallagher has revealed he "wasn't actually crying" during his We Are Manchester performance on Saturday (9 September).

The Oasis legend led the crowds at the re-opened Manchester Arena in an emotional rendition of his 1995 anthem, but insists he made the decision to keep his emotions in.

"I wasn't actually crying," he revealed to Chris Moyles. "I actually promised myself before I went on, 'cause you kinda got to detach yourself from it 'cause it's very easy to kinda get caught up in the moment. And when you see other people crying and people in the stands and that..."

He added: "I read somewhere that I was crying, but I’m sorry to say I wasn’t crying."

However, the Ballad Of The Mighty I singer did reveal it was the most "nervous" he's ever felt before a show.

"It’s the only time I’ve ever got nervous before going on stage. I never, ever, ever get nervous, never have done. And as the night was coming up to my bit, I didn’t go on 'til - maybe it’s because I went on late - I didn’t go on until half ten, and because of Don’t Look Back in Anger and what it became around that, I was kind of thinking I hope you’re kind of worthy of the moment, do you know what I mean?

"And I shouldn’t have worried a bit. You just play the first note and you know, bring the house down, and that was it".

Asked if it felt different from any other gig he's done, Gallagher replied: "Yeah. Course. Because you listen to the speeches before you go on, and you're aware of the magnitude of the moment."

Referring to the vigil at St. Ann's Square, he reflected: "I was watching Sky News on the day of the minute silence in St. Ann's Square. And then there was the lone girl. And she just started singing.

"And if any of us are ever in any doubt that music is really important. That really brought it home to me".

Fellow Mancunians Courteeners and Blossoms also played the event, with them both telling Radio X's Dan O'Connell what an "honour" it was to be there.

Talking about what makes his city so special at the event, Liam Fray said: “The city is built on music isn’t it? It’s in the lifeblood and you need to have this venue open so kids can come and forget about rubbish that happens in their life day in and day out.

He continued: “People who’ve got crap jobs that pay crap money and they need to come and have a night out every now and again. So, you know that’s important I think, so let’s get it open and get people back in that venue.”

Source: radiox.co.uk

Blondie Wanted Noel Gallagher To Write A Song For Them


Blondie have revealed that they once approached Noel Gallagher about writing a song for them.

The Debbie Harry-led band played BBC Radio 2 Live in Hyde Park, London on Sunday (September 10) where they spoke about how people still think they wrote their hit cover ‘Hanging on the Telephone’.

“That one’s a shocker for a lot of people,” drummer Clem Burke told the BBC.”I approached Noel Gallagher for a song a couple of years back and the first thing he said was, ‘I’ll trade you for ‘Hanging on the Telephone” and I said, ‘Guess what? We didn’t write that one.'”

“The original ‘Hanging on the Telephone’ [by The Nerves] is really good,” guitarist Chris Stein added. “I recommend it to anybody who’s not heard it. It’s a little more pared down, and a little calmer.”

Source: www.nme.com

Liam Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post

10 September 2017

Video: Liam Gallagher In Madrid


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher at the Dcode Festival in Madrid, Spain yesterday.

Gallery: We Are Manchester


Noel Gallagher, Blossoms, Courteeners and more all took to the stage for the emotional reopening on the Manchester arena.

Click here to see a number of pictures.

Win Tickets To See Liam Galagher Perform At A Private Gig In Paris


Win tickets to see Liam Gallagher live at his private show in Paris on September 20th, click here to enter.

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On This Day In Oasis History...


Below is a video from September 10th 2004, when Ian Brown and Noel Gallagher performed 'Keep What Ya Got' on the Jonathan Ross Show.

Video: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In Manchester


Below are a number of videos of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England yesterday.

Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Madrid


Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at the dcode Festival in Madrid, Spain yesterday.

Fuckin' In The Bushes
Rock 'N' Roll Star
Morning Glory
Wall Of Glass
Greedy Soul
For What It's Worth
Soul Love
Slide Away
You Better Run
Universal Gleam
Be Here Now
Wonderwall

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets...


Sara what ever your name is don't ever come for me esp with Jeff silly stupid hair cut as you'll get put down as you were LG 

Your just a shit meg as you were LG x 

Replying to @BenHarr27 Corse he did about a 6 months too late as you were 

NG broke down in tears cmon you seriously ain't buying that he doesn't give a fuck 

Don't buy into his PR stunt he doesn't give a fuck if the same thing had have gone of in Edinburgh he'd been up there like a shot ahem 

Tearful Noel Gallagher Pays Tribute To 'Greatest City In England'


Manchester Arena reopened for first time with benefit gig for survivors of bomb attack which killed 22 people

We Are Manchester headliner Noel Gallagher performed Oasis hits before giving emotional speech on stage

Comedian Peter Kay urged crowd not to let the terrorists win and described last four months as 'horrendous'

Comes as venue reopened with tightened security and armed police guarding entrances and exits

Click here to read the report and check out the pictures.

Various Reports: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In Manchester












Click here, here, here and here for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at the Manchester Arena in Manchester, England yesterday.

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