22 May 2018

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


This jet lag is a fucking cunt as you were LG x

Liam Gallagher Rolls Into London


Liam Gallagher will support The Rolling Stones at the London Stadium in London, England later today.

21 May 2018

Gallery: Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft In Philadelphia


Click here for a number of pictures of Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft at the Fillmore in Philadelphia, USA last week.

Gallery: Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft In New York


Click here for a number of pictures of Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft at the Central Park Summerstage in New York, USA last week.

More Tickets Released For Liam Gallagher At TRNSMT


More tickets have been released today for Liam Gallagher at TRNSMT in Glasgow on June 30th..

Tickets are available from trnsmtfest.com

Liam Gallagher's Appearance At The 'Isle Of Wight Festival' To Be Broadcast On Sky Arts And More


Footage from Liam Gallagher's set on June 23rd at the 'Isle Of Wight Festival' will be broadcast in 4K.

The coverage will appear on Sky Arts and Sky One via the Sky Q platform.

Noel Gallagher On Being Starstruck By John Motson


Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


It's good to be back in the uk after a month in the USA a quick shuffle of the pack and back at it again with the Rolling Stones tmorrow night it's only Rock n Roll but I like it as you were LGx

20 May 2018

Watch Liam Gallagher's Set From 'The Biggest Weekend' Next Sunday On BBC2


Sunday 27th May
22:00
BBC TWO

Jo Whiley presents Britain's favourite rock and roll star and his full headlining set from Radio 2's curated day in Coventry as part of The Biggest Weekend. Gallagher is on a roll after the success of debut solo album As You Were and a series of swaggering live shows across the nation which blend songs like Wall of Glass with Oasis classics.

Video: Liam Gallagher In Washington


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, USA yesterday.

19 May 2018

Liam Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post


AS YOU WERE⠀ 

📷 @matt_christine_



Noel Gallagher To Take Part In A Special Evening For John Motson Later Today


Later today at 21:00 (UK Time) BBC Two will dedicate an evening to John Motson, he has provided commentary on 10 World Cup finals, 10 European Championships, 29 FA Cup Finals, 200 England internationals and more than 2000 football matches.

Noel Gallagher and more will pay tribute in Motty: The Man Behind The Sheepskin, a journey around the football grounds that have provided the backdrop for the broadcaster’s commentaries.

On hanging up his microphone for the last time, Motson said: “I’m truly humbled that the BBC is dedicating such a special evening to me.

"I’ve been very lucky to have witnessed some incredibly special moments in football and I look forward to sitting down with my family, and many football fans in the country, to look back on the past 50 years.”

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets...


I gotta say it I love life and if it don't love me it can kiss my arse as you were LG x 

And another thing when did a gig become a show I do gigs if you want a show go see the lion king as you were LG x 

Irish pubs rule 

They do though don't they

I've just watched your film Conor McGregor biblical I want you to be in my new music video as you were LG x

Liam Gallagher Rolls Into Washington


Liam Gallagher will play at the Lincoln Theatre in Washington, USA later today.

18 May 2018

Video & Setlist: Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft In Philadelphia


below is the setlist and a number of videos of Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft at the Fillmore in Philadelphia, USA yesterday.





















17 May 2018

Liam Gallagher's Latest Instagram Posts


LG X RA. NORTH AMERICA TOUR





























































📷 @charlielightening

Setlist & Gallery: Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft In New York


Click here and here for pictures of Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft at the Central Park Summerstage in New York, USA yesterday.

Setlist: Liam Gallagher
Rock n Roll Star
Morning Glory
Greedy Soul
Wall of Glass
Bold
For What It’s Worth
Some Might Say
D’You Know What I Mean
You Better Run
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Supersonic
Live Forever

Setlist: Richard Ashcroft
On Your Own
Sonnet
Space and Time
Weeping Willow
Music Is Power
They Don’t Own Me
A Song For The Lovers
Lucky Man
The Drugs Don’t Work

Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft Roll Into Philadelphia


Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft will play at the Fillmore in Philadelphia, USA later today.

POSTED ON LIAM'S INSTAGRAM ACCOUNT YESTERDAY.


Video: Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft In New York


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft at the Central Park Summerstage in New York, USA yesterday.


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 weeks events are in London, Cardiff, Lincoln, Birmingham, Brighton, Manchester, Leeds, Leicester and Sheffield.

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

16 May 2018

Noel Gallagher On Oasis, Touring, Manchester City And More


Gordon Smart interviews Noel Gallagher at Watford Colosseum before his exclusive Radio X performance, he talks about Oasis, touring, Manchester City and more.

Liam Gallagher & Richard Ashcroft Roll Into New York


Liam Gallagher and Richard Ashcroft will play at the Central Park Summerstage in New York, USA later today.

On This Day In Oasis History...


'Lyla' was the first single from British rock band Oasis' sixth album Don't Believe the Truth, released on May 16th 2005.

The song was written by Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher, who has varyingly described the track as "specifically designed for pogoing", "annoyingly catchy", and the “poppiest thing since "Roll With It". Noting the varied influences of the song, Gallagher says that it's "a bit like... The Soundtrack of Our Lives doing The Who on Skol in a psychedelic city in the sky, or something".

























Similarities

However critics have argued that "Lyla" is perhaps more than simply influenced by other bands, noting the striking similarities between the song and "Confrontation Camp" by The Soundtrack of Our Lives and to a lesser extent "Street Fighting Man" by the Rolling Stones. The first line of the song reinforces the notion that the song was also partially inspired by The La's.

Noel has also joked with the fact that the Lyla in the song is actually the sister of the Sally mentioned in the Oasis single "Don't Look Back in Anger". Also, he had said that the song is a "love song", being about Sally Cinnamon's sister.

Originally claiming that he wasn't very fond of the song, Noel has said that "Lyla" isn’t "even the fifth best track on the album". The song had existed as a demo since the early recording sessions for the album but was all but forgotten until practically the last minute. However, on the Lock the Box feature on the Stop the Clocks, Noel admitted that he "didn't realise how good it was until [we] played it live," and admitted he loved the "guitars, the drums, and the vocals" of the song.

Origins

Noel says that the song existed in an early form as a song called "Sing" and dated from the Heathen Chemistry-era. He also says that the title for the final song should have been "Smiler", but was changed seeing as guitarist Gem Archer's previous band, Heavy Stereo, also had a song called "Smiler".

Sony's insistence that it should be released as the first single from the album has helped to fuel the tension between the band and their record label, which has led to Oasis not renewing their contract with the record label following the release of Don't Believe the Truth.

"Lyla" became the band's seventh UK number one when it reached top spot in its first week of release. The song also debuted at #31 on the US Modern Rock Tracks chart and has reached #19 since then. It is the first Oasis song to appear on any US singles chart since 2000 when "Go Let It Out" hit No.14 on the Modern Rock chart.

Live Performance

When performing on the UK music chart show Top of the Pops, Liam, who was forced to mime to the music, made no secret of the fact, walking away from the microphone with his mouth closed mid-way through lines that he was supposedly 'singing'. It would be Liam's last performance on the programme before its demise in late 2006. However, Noel and the rest of the band would return in August 2005 to perform "The Importance of Being Idle."

The song leaked on the internet during late March 2005, weeks before its May release date, after an unauthorised early airing on Polish radio station Radiowa Trójka.

'Lyla' was covered by Foo Fighters during a performance at BBC Studios.

The song is included on Oasis' compilation album Stop the Clocks. It is also included in FIFA 06 as a track.
Track listing

CD RKIDSCD 29
"Lyla" (Noel Gallagher) - 5:12
"Eyeball Tickler" (Gem Archer) - 2:47
"Won't Let You Down" (Liam Gallagher) - 2:48

7" RKID 29
"Lyla" (Noel Gallagher) - 5:12
"Eyeball Tickler" (Gem Archer) - 2:47

DVD RKIDSDVD 29
"Lyla" - 5:14
"Lyla" (demo) - 5:29
"Can You See It Now?" (Documentary) - 9:22
The DVD also contains a hidden piece about new drummer Zak Starkey. The video lasts for 1:16 and is accessed by highlighting the word 'Credits' on the main menu, then pressing right until you see the name Zak appear. Then press 'Play' or 'Enter' to view the video.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


NY FUCKIN CITY CMON x

HMV To Release An Exclusive Pressing Of Liam Gallagher's 'As You Were' Album


Liam Gallagher’s 'As You Were' album is one of the first set of HMV’s exclusive pressings, that will be available for customers to buy instore on Saturday June 16th. #LiamGallagher

Pictured below it is the first time the album has been released as a picture disc.

As well as exclusive pressings, from 8th June HMV will have amazing offers on over 100 titles from classics to contemporary albums across their 120 UK stores.

Check out a video of the making of the vinyl here.


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