22 June 2017

Liam Gallagher's Album Artwork For 'As You Were'

Below is the album artwork for Liam Gallagher's debut album 'As You Were' the album is available to pre-order from midnight.

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21 June 2017

Liam Gallagher On Having Selfies With Fans

Liam Gallagher hates having to pose for selfies with fans because they are “f***ing hard work”, he says.

The former Oasis rocker, 44, hankers for the old days when fans used to ask him for his autograph instead.

Liam said: “I prefer to sign something than to have my picture took. Having a picture took is just f***ing hard work.

“I prefer to shake someone’s hand and give them a f***ing hug. The photographs are a pain in the arse, but that is just the way it is.”

But Liam, who releases a solo record later this year, enjoys his rock and roll success and believes it stopped him becoming a “zombie” addicted to drug Spice in his hometown Manchester.

He said: “Without a doubt rock and roll saved my life and still continues to.

“I do not know where I would be. I would be in Piccadilly Gardens with the zombies smoking Spice.

“It is the best thing since sliced bread. It is good to be Liam Gallagher, without a doubt. It is f***ing great being me, even in the bad moments. It is the b*****ks. There is no one out there like me, man.”

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

Liam Gallagher On Ending Up In Bed With Steve Coogan

This is seriously the best thing you’ll hear all day.

It’s a busy time for young Liam Gallagher. He’s just released his first solo single, performed his first solo gigs, now he’s getting ready to take on Glastonbury when he plays the Other Stage on Saturday evening.

Interviewed by journalist John Doran for the Noisey British Masters series, Liam tells the tale of a night out with Alan Partridge star Steve Coogan back in the hectic 90s.

I love Coogan. I partied with him once, there was a wedding going on, Me and him are sat at the bar, having a couple of drinks. Loads of people come in and they’re going ‘Liam, are you going to sing Wonderwall?’.

“I was like, no none of that nonsense. He’s going, ‘Leave him alone, I’ll sing a song’. And I don’t think they really knew who he was. And he got up on stage and sang It’s Not Unusual by Tom Jones, but fucking mega.

“Anyway, we drank loads of Guinness and gone up to our room and we crashed out. I woke up in the morning and I see this lump in the bed. I go, ‘Oh God, who’s this?’. A little tap on the fucking [shoulder].

“He’s fully clothed and he goes [mimes throwing back duvet] ‘Ahaaaaaaa!’”

Source: radiox.co.uk

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Liam Gallagher On Diego Maradona, Steve Coogan, John McEnroe, Glastonbury And More

After Bryan Ferry, Dizzee Rascal, Richard Ashcroft and his brother Noel, it’s Liam’s turn for the British Masters treatment as he tells journalist John Doran about nights out with Maradona, Steve Coogan and John McEnroe as well as his forthcoming debut solo album ‘As You Were.'


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Absolutely buzzing for Glastonbury see you Friday as you were LG x 

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Liam shall never kill liam as you were LG LP x 

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20 June 2017

Liam Gallagher To Play CalJam In October

This daylong marathon of eating, drinking and rocking features Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Cage The Elephant, Liam Gallagher, The Kills, Royal Blood, Japandroids, Wolf Alice, Bob Mould, The Struts, Bully, Circa Waves, Babes in Toyland, Adia Victoria, Fireball Ministry, The Obsessed, Pinky Pinky, Starcrawler, White Reaper.

Details and information on tickets can be found here.

Liam Gallagher Is On The Front Cover Of The New Issue Of FS Magazine

Liam Gallagher is on the cover of the July 2017 edition of FS Magazine, the magazine brings together the very best in men's style, grooming, fitness, sports, tech and entertainment.

Liam Gallagher On Harry Styles, Liam Payne And The Current Crop Of Guitar Bands

The Oasis legend has hit out at young bands today, saying their guitars are merely accessories.

Liam Gallagher has pledged to "counteract the bulls**t" of modern music.

Speaking to Dave Fanning for RTE2FM, the 44-year-old singer  has promised to challenge the "beige dribble" being spoken by younger rock stars and has also accused them  of barely being distinct from pop musicians.

He explained: "I love music as much as anyone. What I see going down  is that I'm just 'leave it out mate, you can do better than that'. I can't tell a guitar band from a pop band these days. They've got  guitars around their necks, but I don't hear guitars.

"You hear all these bands saying that they're coming back to save  guitar music. I might not be the smartest tool in the shed - but I know you've got to put a guitar on a record to save guitar music and I don't hear any guitars.

"They've got guitars around their necks because they go with their shoes!"  The former Oasis singer said he will create some "aggro" for the younger stars, accusing them of being boring and lacking passion.

He also likened modern-day musicians to soccer managers who hide behind cliches, rather than offering honest opinions to their fans.

Liam told Dave Fanning: "That's what I'm back for. Bit of aggro to  counteract the bulls**t. That's what I'm here for and to speak my mind. You read these interviews with so-called rock stars and they  need to get off the fence.

"Nothing interesting ever comes out of their mouths, it's just beige dribble. They're afraid to open their mouths in case their little career falls apart, so they just sit there like those football  managers and say the same thing. Come on, give us a bit of passion."

Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher has hit out at Liam Payne's solo career so far.

The former Oasis man has praised Harry Styles once again, while hinting at a distaste for Payne's chosen musical direction.

“I can spot a fake a mile off and Harry Styles seems like he wants to bring real music and change his direction," Gallagher told The Sun On Sunday.

However, then hinting at Payne - who recently released his debut solo single Strip That Down - he added: “At least he’s not gone rap like the other one. How did that happen? Did they flip a coin and he said, ‘Listen, I’m doing the rap one'".

Meanwhile, Liam Gallagher is preparing to make his first UK festival appearance at Glastonbury this weekend.

Source: www.radiox.co.uk

When And Where To Watch Liam Gallagher At Glastonbury

For those of us who didn’t get a Glastonbury ticket, but still want a slice of the action – and the thrill of finding our favourite acts on the line up – we’ve put together a guide to watching Britain’s premier festival on TV…

Saturday 24 June Liam is on stage at 17:45

BBC4 7pm First up are Jamaican group Toots & the Maytals, followed by Liam Gallagher who’s expected to debut some new material before singing the Oasis classics.


The BBC's Glastonbury website and iPlayer will have a choice of six stages broadcast live throughout the festival. Sit back and watch the live stream from the Pyramid Stage, the Other Stage, West Holts, the John Peel Stage, the Park Stage and the BBC Music Introducing stage.

There will also be a 'Best of Glastonbury' stream available throughout the festival weekend on the BBC Glastonbury website.

If you can't watch live, then the BBC website will have full sets from over 90 artists uploaded and ready to watch at your leisure.

On the BBC Red Button

Press the Red Button at any time during the festival weekend and select between three extra Glastonbury streams.

On radio

BBC Radio 1, 1Xtra, Radio 2, Radio 3 and 6 Music will all be broadcasting live from the festival site all weekend.

Source: www.radiotimes.com

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Brothers n sisters Pump up the volume as you were LGx 

I'm sure I've just heard the mighty wall of glass on @BBCRadio2 @achrisevans sounds delicious as you were LG x 

And radio X well I never @RadioX @ChrisMoyles as you were LG x 

19 June 2017

Liam Gallagher On His New Album, Touring, Noel, Oasis And More

Below is an interview with Liam Gallagher with Edith Bowmen for Virgin Radio that was broadcast earlier today, he spoke about new music, touring, Oasis and more.


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18 June 2017

Liam Gallagher On Music, Oasis, Beady Eye And More

Below is the interview Liam Gallagher did last week with Dave Fanning it was broadcast yesterday on RTÉ 2FM.


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Liam Gallagher On Touring, The Beatles, Noel, Oasis And More

Toazted talked with Liam Gallagher at Pinkpop 2017 about being on the tour, being bigger than Beatles, his brother Noel and we asked him about potential reunion.


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Happy Father's Day as you were LG x 

17 June 2017

Liam Gallagher On His Love For Bonehead

Liam Gallagher has spoken out about his relationship with founding Oasis member Bonehead.

Asked why he isn’t in his current live band he said “Cos he’s not man, he’s not. Me and Bonehead are mates, I love Bonehead he’s a geezer, and there’s no reason why he’s not. He’ll come and play with us maybe at some gigs and that, but Bonehead’s got his life man, he’s settled. I’ve been in a band with Bonehead and it’s pretty fucking dangerous. I’m not in the danger zone just yet. I want a fucking nice life, I want a nice, easy tour. I wanna go get some fucking tunes, I wanna get rockin’.”

When quizzed on who was the most ‘dangerous’ in Oasis, Gallagher told the NME: “Him, he was dangerous man. I mean, we were all fucking dangerous. I was pretty dangerous. But Bonehead’s dangerous man. He’s cool, I love him, he’s just up for the craic mate, 24/7, so respect. He’s a geezer. I done some demos of these songs at his house a couple of years ago, cos he had a studio and that down there, but it never amounted to much. Maybe ‘Bold’. Maybe something else.”

Noel Gallagher Invites French Policeman To Paris When He Supports U2

Noel Gallagher has invited the French policeman who sung an emotional rendition of an Oasis song before England's recent friendly against France to one of his upcoming gigs in Paris.

Jean-Michel Mekil, a member of the Republican Guard Military Band, belted out a version of "Don't Look Back In Anger" before the game in tribute to the victims of the Manchester terror attack the previous month.

Mekil's moving performance went viral and has subsequently earned him a VIP invite to watch Gallagher's current band, the High Flying Birds, when they support U2 at the Stade de France in July.

"It's amazing. It will be fantastic to be in the audience to hear those songs," Mekil told AFP.

"Today I'm in Montlucon (in central France) for a ceremony with a police school, it's 35 degrees, and I was thinking it's not going to be so much fun today. But that is great news!"

Source: www.espn.co.uk

On This Day In Oasis History...

"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" is a song by British rock band Oasis. It was released as the second single from Heathen Chemistry on 17 June 2002, peaking at number two in the UK charts. It went silver in the UK.

The song is an "epic weepy" anthem in the spirit of "Don't Look Back in Anger", reassuringly advising that in times of hardship, simply get over it and get on with your life. Noel Gallagher explained the song saying "A friend of mine was going through a pretty bad time and I sort of wrote it with him in mind."

Noel Gallagher had great expectations for the song, saying "I hope it does for us what 'Don't Look Back In Anger' did... I didn't want it as a single because I thought we'd done all that before, but everyone's going, 'You're fucking mad.'". NME said, 'Stop Crying Your Heart Out' [is where] you really start rolling out the red carpet. A return to the long lost humanism of 'Don't Look Back In Anger', it's a reminder of Noel's knack of cheering up his audience just when they need it most." Q magazine held up the song as proof that "genius never completely left Oasis".

"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" was one of the songs played during the end credits of the movie, The Butterfly Effect, starring Ashton Kutcher and Amy Smart. It has been on the TV show Smallville too. The song also appeared after England's defeats in the 2002 Football World Cup and the 2006-07 Ashes. Noel Gallagher dedicated it to the English football team before playing it at the 2004 Glastonbury Festival. The song is also featured in the film Made of Honor, Starring Patrick Dempsey and Michelle Monaghan and appears towards the end of the film.

This blog and my Oasis site was named after the song.

Track listing

"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" - 5:02
"Thank You for the Good Times" - 4:32
"Shout It Out Loud" - 4:20

7" RKID 24
"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" - 5:02
"Thank You for the Good Times" - 4:32

12" RKID 24T
"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" - 5:02
"Thank You for the Good Times" - 4:32
"Shout It Out Loud" - 4:20

"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" - 5:03
"Stop Crying Your Heart Out" (demo) - 5:08
10 Minutes of Noise and Confusion - Pt. Two - 7:24

"10 Minutes of Noise and Confusion - Pt. Two" is the second part of a feature covering 48 hours on the road with Oasis during the Tour of Brotherly Love which took place in the USA with the Black Crowes during May and June 2001.

Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Bergen

Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at Bergenfest 2017 in Norway earlier this week.

Fuckin' in the Bushes
Rock 'n' Roll Star
Morning Glory
Wall of Glass
Greedy Soul
Paper Crown
D'You Know What I Mean?
Slide Away
All I Need
I Get By
You Better Run
Universal Gleam
Be Here Now
Live Forever

Liam Gallagher Is Ready To Go At Any Time For An Oasis Reunion

Singer Liam Gallagher has told RTÉ 2FM that if the opportunity arises for an Oasis reunion with estranged brother Noel his bags are packed and he is "ready to go at any given time".

Gallagher, who played in Dublin this week, makes the comments in an interview he has recorded for Dave Fanning's 2FM show on Saturday morning.

In the typically candid encounter, he discusses his new solo career, the Manchester benefit concert which many had hoped Oasis would reunite to play, and if he is fed up with people asking about whether he and Noel will ever work together again.

"I love Oasis," Gallagher replies. "Oasis is over - not by my doing. If it happens, it happens. I'm ready to go at any given time - my bags are packed.

"If Oasis got back together tomorrow, I could deliver the goods without a doubt. If it doesn't, I do this. I'd prefer to be in a band like Oasis but it's not meant to be. I'll take the next best thing, which is me."

When asked how far he is looking ahead as a solo artist, Gallagher says he is "living right in the moment". "That's what I've learned over the last 20 years," he continues. "Be here now, live in the moment."

Having already played his own benefit show for the victims and families of last month's Manchester bomb attack, Gallagher joined the bill for the star-studded benefit concert at the city's Old Trafford cricket ground on June 3, performing new single Wall of Glass and Oasis classics Rock 'n' Roll Star and Live Forever on the night.

While Noel Gallagher was away with his family at the time of the concert, he has donated royalties from his Oasis classic Don't Look Back in Anger to the Manchester benefit fund.

"Even if I was holidaying on the moon, I would have come back for the Manchester gig," Liam Gallagher tells host Fanning.

"Manchester's a cool place and they've got strong characters. So it was nice to help out and put a few smile[s] on people's faces."

You can hear the interview in full on the Dave Fanning Show on RTÉ 2FM on Saturday from 9am.

Source: www.rte.ie

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15 June 2017

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Just got me phone back left it in hotel after Glasgow gig I've gotta say you lot up there are OOC I love you all stay safe as you were LG x 

Just heard the mighty wall of glass on @BBCR1 @AnnieMac sounds MASSIVE as you were LG x 

Oh did I mention I was playing Glastonbury as you were LG x 

Lovely to see Mr n Mrs Ashcroft in Norway yesterday richard and his band smashed it as you were soulman LG x

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Liam Gallagher Talks Grime, Diva Accusations And More

Below is an interview with Liam Gallagher that was broadcast on earlier today on Absolute Radio he talks about Grime, diva accusations and more.

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Video: Liam Gallagher Rolls In Bergen

Below are a number of videos ofLiam Gallagher at Bergenfest 2017 in Norway yesterday.

Another On This Day In Oasis History...

The video below is from June 15th 1994, when Oasis performed on Nulle Part Aulleurs in France.

On This Day In Oasis History...

The videos below are from June 15th 2000, when Oasis played the Hultsfred Festival in Sweden. At the time Noel Gallagher had decided to quit overseas touring with Oasis.

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 London, Leeds and Sheffield.

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

Video: Liam Gallagher On Twitter And The Funniest Rumour He's Heard About Himself

Taken from Liam's interview with Absolute Radio this morning.


Video: Liam Gallagher Busting Out A Few Of His Grime Lyrics

Taken from Liam's interview with Absoultue Radio this morning.


Steve Earle On Oasis And Noel Gallagher's Songwriting Skills

Steve Earle has slated Noel Gallagher‘s songwriting skills, and that Oasis scored the success they did because they “behaved badly”.

“I dislike Man City because it is Oasis’s club,” Earle told The Guardian. “Noel Gallagher is the most overrated songwriter in the whole history of pop music. They were perfect for the Brit press because they behaved badly and got all the attention. Blur were really great. That guy Damon Albarn is a real fuckin’ songwriter.”

14 June 2017

Listen To An Interview With Liam Gallagher Tomorrow On Absolute Radio

Tune into Absolute Radio at 08:00 (UK Time) tomorrow (15th June) as Liam Gallagher talks to Christian O'Connell about Apple cider vinegar, plate licking, tweeting, drinking, grime rap and Oasis.

To listen live click here and follow the instructions.

On This Day In Oasis History...

Time Flies... 1994–2009 is a compilation album by the English rock band Oasis. Released on 14 June 2010, the album contains all 27 UK singles released by the band between 1994 and 2009, including "Whatever" and "Lord Don't Slow Me Down", which had previously never appeared on an Oasis studio album. "Sunday Morning Call" is not listed anywhere on the artwork but appears as a hidden track on track 14 of the second disc.

Five different versions of the album were released, the two-disc CD version, DVD, the deluxe box set, five-LP box set and the iTunes deluxe edition. A box set featuring postcards of the sleeves of every UK Oasis single was released concurrently with the album.

In Japan, Time Flies entered the charts at number 2, with first-week sales of 59,348 copies while in the United Kingdom, it entered the charts at number 1, with first-week sales of 101,297. It was the 900th album ever to top the UK Albums Chart.

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Liam Gallagher Rolls Into Bergen

Liam Gallagher will play Bergenfest 2017 in Bergen in Norwaylater today.

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13 June 2017

Liam Gallagher On Being On Tour, Noel, Oasis And More

Toazted talked with Liam Gallagher at Pinkpop 2017 about being on the tour, being bigger than Beatles, his brother Noel and we asked him about a potential Oasis reunion!


Liam Gallagher On Noel, Oasis, Cats, Bono, Guinness And More

Click here to listen to an interview with Liam Gallagher who talks to Today FM about Noel, Oasis, Cats, Bono, Guinness and more.

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