22 October 2017

NME Gold Special: Liam Gallagher On Sale Friday


'NME Gold Liam Gallagher' will go on sale Friday, you can order the magazine online from NME.com later in the week or pick it up in stores on Friday.






































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Another Review Of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?’


below is Mojo's review of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?'.

































































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Noel Gallagher: Oasis Would Never Have Formed If It Wasn't For Slade


Noel Gallagher has paid a remarkable tribute to Slade – insisting that without them Oasis would not have been formed.

Writing in Slade guitarist Dave Hill’s newly published autobiography, Gallagher said: “No Slade = No Oasis. It’s as devastating and as simple as that.”

“The Stone Roses? Yeah, they played their part. The Beatles? Well they were undeniably great... but Slade?

“I felt their songs could’ve been written at the end of my street... in a house just like mine.”

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In São Paulo


Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be supporting U2 at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) in São Paulo, Brazil later today.

Setlist: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In São Paulo


Below is the setlist for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) in São Paulo, Brazil yesterday.

Everybody's On The Run
Lock All The Doors
In The Heat Of The Moment
Riverman
Champagne Supernova
Holy Mountain
Half The World Away
Little By Little
Wonderwall
Don't Look Back In Anger
AKA... What A Life!

21 October 2017

Noel Gallagher: Interview And Live Performances On Brazilian TV


Below are a number of videos of Noel Gallagher on Brazilian TV show 'The Noite com Danilo Gentili' that was broadcast yesterday.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets


Huddersfield in the fucking area cheered me rite up as you were LG x 

As you were LG x

First Review Of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?’


The willingness to shake things up is what makes Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?’ his best record in a decade. Q Magazine

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Liam Gallagher On Why He Won't Wear Shit Clothes And Become Prime Minister


His witticisms would make great soundbites at Prime Minister’s Questions but Liam Gallagher says he will never turn his hand to politics because he thinks the House of Commons “stinks of tofu, cigars, coffee and s*** aftershave”.

The former Oasis singer and prolific Twitter user won’t be using social media to try to lead the country, a la Donald Trump.

“Me, as PM?” he says, “God no. Not even if you paid me, mate. You’ve got to wear s*** clothes haven’t you to be PM?

“Can you imagine me stood there in my parka and that? You’ve got to wear a stupid suit and that’s so not for me.

“Imagine what it smells like in the House of Commons . All those tofu-eating, coffee-drinking, cigar-smoking... I bet they’ve all got s*** aftershave and all the birds have s*** perfume. I bet it stinks in there. Not for me.

“You know when there’s people snoring and stuff when you’re trying to get your point across? I’d lose my s*** in there.”

Liam has previously said he enjoys watching PMQs so much he tapes episodes of it saying: “I like it! Where they all just go like that, ‘Rahrahyahyah’. I find it funny.”

However, he was not invited to Downing Street when his brother Noel attended Tony Blair ’s Cool Britannia party back in 1997.

Defending Trump’s Twitter usage, Liam tells Mashable: “He’s got the right to use his s*** as much as everyone else doesn’t he?

“If you’re going to single one person out you might as well close the whole thing down. And what would I do in my spare time then, eh?”

Liam made use of his Twitter account following his night out at this week’s Q Awards, where he collected two gongs at London’s Roundhouse.

He praised Skepta, whom he’d been locked in conversation with at Warner Music’s afterparty at Primrose Hill pub The Engineer, describing their chat as “a meeting of the minds... a bumping of the ears”.

Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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Wk 2 no 2 thankyou for the support as you were LG x 

Just heard Dollys version of champagne supernova in Brazil somebody needs to have a word its really upsetting as you were LG x

My point is just because you wrote it doesn't mean you should always sing it just saying as you were LG x 

There's some people on here that just want to argue and call names it's not cool I'm of out ain't got time for this as you were LG x 

It's really upsetting

Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In São Paulo


Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be supporting U2 at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) in São Paulo, Brazil later today.

20 October 2017

Noel Gallagher Is On The Cover Of The New Issue Of Q


Noel Gallagher is on the cover of the new Q, on sale Tuesday, you can order a copy here.


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Video: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In São Paulo


Below are a number of videos of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) in São Paulo, Brazil yesterday.

Setlist: Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In São Paulo


Below is the setlist for Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) in São Paulo, Brazil yesterday.

Everybody's On The Run
Lock All The Doors
In The Heat Of The Moment
Riverman
Champagne Supernova
Holy Mountain
Half The World Away
Little By Little
Wonderwall
Don't Look Back In Anger
AKA... What A Life!

Liam Gallagher's Latest Instagram Posts


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Tickets For Liam Gallagher's European Tour Go On Sale Today


Feb 23 La Riviera - Madrid, Spain
Feb 24 Razzmatazz - Barcelona, Spain
Feb 26 Fabrique - Milan, Italy
Feb 27 Granteatro Geox - Padova, Italy
Mar 01 X-Tra - Zurich, Switzerland
Mar 02 L'Olympia - Paris, France
Mar 04 Live Music Hall - Cologne, Germany
Mar 05 Huxleys - Berlin, Germany
Mar 07 Ancienne Belgique - Brussels, Belgium

Tickets go on sale today at 10am CET.

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19 October 2017

Win Tickets To See Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds In London Next Month


An intimate evening with one of rock’s great songwriters. Join Apple Music on November 1 for a special performance by Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds. Noel Gallagher and his band will perform a selection of brand new material from his new album, ‘Who Built The Moon?’ and songs from across his career in London's York Hall, all as part of the film On the Record: Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds — Who Built The Moon?, coming exclusively to Apple Music on November 24.

To win tickets click here.

Liam Gallagher On Why He Should Have Won Three Q Awards


Liam Gallagher has said that he was robbed of a third Q Award, because Kasabian did not deserve to win Best Track for 'You're In Love With A Psycho'.

He took home Best Live Act and a Q Icon gong from the music awards ceremony but was disappointed his single 'Wall Of Glass' was not voted Best Track by Q readers.

He told Absolute Radio "I'd have had three to be fair because that '...Pyscho' tune by Kasabian is not fucking nowhere near as good as 'Wall Of Glass' and I know they think it is and I know the people voted for it and all that but deep down it ain't. I ain't a greedy person but I'm just letting people know. And Tom knows it, and Serge knows it. If I don't put it out there, it'll ruin my night. 'Wall Of Glass' is much better than that fucking '...Psycho' tune."

A Special Oasis Collectors Edition Of Q Is Out Soon


Pre-order a copy here.

Q Legends is a new quarterly special edition that focuses in on the biggest stars to have regularly graced Q since its launch in 1986. Using the huge in-house archive of material available, as well as new insight and rare photography, Q Legends takes an in-depth, luxurious, loving look at a career lived through the pages of Britain’s greatest music magazine. 

There are two topical reasons why we’ve chosen Liam and Noel Gallagher of Oasis as our first subject: there are solo albums by both released just a few weeks apart in October and November 2017. But who are we kidding? We don’t need much of an excuse to wheel out the Gallaghers’ funniest, most in-depth interviews, their most iconic photos and the most hair-raising war stories from writers embedded on the frontline of three decades on the road with Oasis. Noel and Liam are the heavyweights who always deliver, to whom all modern rock stars must attempt to measure up. Even when their albums may have sagged, the interviews remained gold-standard. In fact, as solo artists, they may have even improved as interviewees, for with age comes great nonsense. There is also three exclusive Jill Furmanovsky photo galleries from across her time as Oasis’ chosen photographer, with her own illuminating captions and back stories. 






































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Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Land In São Paulo


Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds will be supporting U2 at the Estádio Cícero Pompeu de Toledo (Morumbi) in São Paulo, Brazil later today.

On This Day In Oasis History...


The video below is from October 19th 1995, when Oasis appeared on the Late Show With David Letterman and performed Morning Glory.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets



Big love to the 1 and only Richard Ashcroft you and Kate are super fucking human thankyou as you were LG x 

It was good to reshuffle the pack with Skepta lastnight also look forward sideways inside outside to the nxt time as you were LG x

Liam Gallagher On How To Be Great Live, Kasabian, Richard Ashcroft, Stone Roses And More


Liam Gallagher stopped by to get some stuff of his chest at the Q Awards 2017 - solo album number 2, how to be a great live act, his thoughts on Kasabian, and much, MUCH more!

18 October 2017

Noel Gallagher To Appear On Ricky Gervais New Show Exclusively On SiriusXM


Ricky Gervais will host conversations about music, science, art and ethics on his new SiriusXM radio show, "Ricky Gervais Is Deadly Sirius." The program launches Tuesday, October 24th.

Two confirmed guests are scientist/author Richard Dawkins and former Oasis songwriter Noel Gallagher.

New episodes will air Tuesdays at the Comedy Greats channel and SiriusXM On Demand, through the SiriusXM app on smartphones and other connected devices and online via the SiriusXM site.

For non-subscribers around the world the series will also be on iTunes as a podcast and as well as YouTube.

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 Manchester, Birmingham, Sheffield and London.

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

Gallery And Report: Liam Gallagher At The Q Awards


Click here for a number of pictures and a report of Liam Gallagher at the Q Awards that took place earlier this evening in London.

Video & Gallery: Liam Gallagher At The Q Awards


Below are a number of videos and pictures of Liam Gallagher at the Q Awards in London earlier today.

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Liam Gallagher Wins The Q Icon Award At The Q Awards


Liam Gallagher has won the Q Icon Award at the Q Awards in London this evening.


Liam Gallagher Wins Best Live Act At The Q Awards


Liam Gallagher has won Best Live Act at the Q Awards in London this evening.


Gallery: Liam Gallagher At The Q Awards In London


Liam Gallagher is at the Q Awards this evening in London he's nominated for three awards Best Track, Best Live Act and Best Solo Artist.

























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Liam Gallagher On Oasis' 'Be Here Now' Album


Liam Gallagher has been speaking about Oasis' 1997 album, 'Be Here Now', he believes it has received unfair criticism over the years.

He told Vulture: "I'm not bringing people up, but there are a lot of sheep out there, aren't there? And if the main guy [Noel Gallagher] says, 'Oh, it's f***ing this and that', a lot of people not using their own minds say, 'Yeah, I agree.'

"If Noel had said it's the best thing ever, I'm sure it'd have gotten a different f***ing reception. The reason why he didn't like it is because it reminds him of a not-so-good time with his ex-wife. That's fine. That's his prerogative.

"But me, I had a good time making that album. I think there are some great songs on it. I think I sung really well, and it was a good time to be alive."

He added: "Some of the songs went on a bit long, and they were a bit overproduced, but that's what happens, mate, if you think you're a producer.

"At that time, our kid was always messing with the tracks. It's like, write the songs, play the guitar, and shut the f**k up. I like that album, because that's what I did -- I sang the songs, I had a good time, and went to the pub."

Liam Gallagher On Noel's New Single 'Holy Mountain'


Liam Gallagher has spoken about his brother Noel's new single 'Holy Mountain' and insisted it's not for him.

Asked his opinion on the song, he told Vulture: "Obviously you know what I'm going to say, but it's not for me. Musically, I find it a bit annoying. I think there are too many notes in it, and it's just a bit not risky. It's not for me."

He insists he doesn't care that Noel has always been portrayed as the more sensible one because he thinks his brother has worked hard at trying to be "beige", while he doesn't worry about what people think of him.

He said: "He works hard at being beige, so I wouldn't want to come and take his crown at that.

"Noel's a very clever guy, and he certainly knows how to work the press, whereas I don't give a f**k, and I just do what I do, and if you write about it, you write about it. I'm here to sing songs as best as I can, and have as much fun as I can, and do as little as possible in life, because that's my motto. Know what I mean?"

Noel Gallagher Slams UK Government For Being 'Powerless To Stop' The Rise Of Terrorism


Noel Gallagher has blasted the British government for being 'powerless to stop terrorism' because of 'some hippy ideal about people's religious beliefs'.

The former Oasis star blamed successive administrations for failing to fight Islamist fanatics who had been left to 'roam' around London, where he lives with his children.

He also referred to the attack on the Manchester Arena, which he said was perpetrated by a 'f****** Islamic goon'.

Speaking to Rolling Stone Magazine, he said: 'Our government are seemingly powerless to f***** stop this s***.

'I have children and they're growing up in London and they take the tube, I take the tube - we all take public transport because I can't drive.

'And there's bombers roaming free around the whole f***** city and the government and the one before them and the one after that will be powerless to stop it because of some hippy ideal about people's religious beliefs.'

Noel headlined the first concert at Manchester Arena since 22 people were killed there in a terror attack during an Ariana Grande concert in May.

The Mancunian sang his hit Don't Look Back in Anger, a song which quickly became an anthem of defiance in the days after the attack.

Despite describing the moment as 'f****** powerful', Noel said he wished the song had not become associated with tragedy.

'Don't Look Back In Anger was already a f***** huge anthem before that f***** Islamic f****** goon put that bomb in the arena,' he said.

'When I was singing it at the Manchester concert a little part of you was like "f****** wow" but then a bigger part of you was thinking I wish this had never happened in the first place and you'd prefer the song was just as it was.'

Source: www.dailymail.co.uk

Noel Gallagher On His New Album, U2, Liam, Justin Bieber, Paul Weller And More


Click here and skip to around 8 minutes in to listen to Noel Gallagher talk about his new album, South America, U2, Liam Gallagher, Justin Bieber, Paul Weller and more.

Liam Gallagher Announces European Tour


Feb 23 La Riviera - Madrid, Spain
Feb 24 Razzmatazz - Barcelona, Spain
Feb 26 Fabrique - Milan, Italy
Feb 27 Granteatro Geox - Padova, Italy
Mar 01 X-Tra - Zurich, Switzerland
Mar 02 L'Olympia - Paris, France
Mar 04 Live Music Hall - Cologne, Germany
Mar 05 Huxleys - Berlin, Germany
Mar 07 Ancienne Belgique - Brussels, Belgium

Ticket go on sale on Friday 20th October at 10am CET.

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Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet



Good morning brothers n sisters it's been a lovely wk so im of to the Q awards tday I hear they have something for me as you were LG x

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