31 January 2014

Roger Daltrey Wants Oasis To Reunite For A Teenage Cancer Trust Gig














The Who's Roger Daltrey has hinted that he will try and get Oasis to reunite for a Teenage Cancer Trust gig.

Daltrey yesterday announced the line-up for this March's annual series of Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, which he is curating.

Speaking to The Sun, he teased that he may be able to get Noel and Liam Gallagher to reunite for a forthcoming show. "Noel and Liam are brothers so it will all be alright. Don't worry. Blood is thicker than music," he said. "Could I bring them together for a Teenage Cancer Trust show? Ask me next year."

Daltrey yesterday told NME that he will reunite with Pete Townshend this year to make a new The Who album.

The Who and The Cure will play this year's Teenage Cancer Trust gigs, along with Ed Sheeran, One Republic and Paolo Nutini. The comedy night will see stand-up from Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan and more.

The Teenage Cancer Trust Royal Albert Hall shows are as follows:

Ed Sheeran (March 24)
An evening of comedy with Jason Manford, John Bishop, Micky Flanagan, Patrick Kielty, Rob Beckett and Hal Cruttenden (25)
Paolo Nutini (26)
OneRepublic (27)
The Cure (29)
Suede: 'Dog Man Star' 20th Anniversary (30)

Source: www.nme.com

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Beady Eye Roll Into Sydney















Beady Eye will play at the Big Day Out in Adelaide , Australia later today (January 31st).

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30 January 2014

Final Reductions And More Items Added To Pretty Green's Sale














Pretty Green's AW13 Sale is coming to an end, with final reductions and final stock added.

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Gallery: Beady Eye In Sydney












Click here for a number of pictures and a review of Beady Eye at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney in Australia earlier this week.

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Another Gallery: Beady Eye In Melbourne














Click here for a number of pictures of Beady Eye at Flemington Racecourse, Melbourne in Australia last week.

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New Items Added To Liam Gallagher's 'Pretty Green' Spring Collection














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28 January 2014

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet















Jimmy Carr Sydney Opera House BRUTAL ! LG

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Listen To Bonehead's New Project 'Phoneys And The Freaks'














Listen below to 'Set The Night On Fire' by Bonehead's new project Phoneys And The Freaks.
 

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Setlist: Beady Eye In Sydney












Below is the setlist for Beady Eye at the Enmore Theatre, Sydney, Australia yesterday.

Flick Of The Finger
Face The Crowd
Four Letter Word
Soul Love
Second Bite Of The Apple
Iz Rite
Shine A Light
Wonderwall
The World's Not Set In Stone
I'm Just Saying
Soon Come Tomorrow
Cigarettes & Alcohol
The Roller
Start Anew
Bring The Light
Wigwam
Gimme Shelter

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Video: Beady Eye Play 'Wonderwall' Live In Sydney












Beady Eye played a gig at the Enmore Theatre in Sydney yesterday, and treated fans to the classic 'Wonderwall'.



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27 January 2014

Fan Gallery: Beady Eye In Sydney















The pictures below are from Beady Eye's performance at Big Day Out in Sydney, Australia yesterday. 

Thanks to Rebecca.





























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Setlist: Beady Eye In Sydney












Below is the setlist for Beady Eye at the Big Day Out in Sydney, Australia yesterday.

Flick Of The Finger
Soul Love
Four Letter Word
Second Bite Of The Apple
I'm Just Saying
Rock 'N' Roll Star
Iz Rite
Shine A Light
Morning Glory
The Roller
Bring The Light
Gimme Shelter

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Beady Eye Roll Into Sydney















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26 January 2014

Why Beady Eye Welcome The Oasis Comparisons














“The spin on Noel versus Liam is basically the hook that brings people in to read about the band.” Guitarist Andy Bell reassures Kitt Di Camillo that Beady Eye welcome Oasis comparisons if it means more sets of ears hear their music.

On its release in early 2011, the debut album by Beady Eye was met with mixed reviews from critics but peaked at number three in the UK charts. A roaring success for most rock bands, it was a slightly underwhelming result for a group born from the demise of the British rock institution that was Oasis. In the aftermath of the Gallagher brothers’ suitably explosive bust-up, it was Liam who took the first step towards a new musical beginning in 2009, joining forces with fellow Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock to create Beady Eye. Different Gear, Still Speeding was released 18 months later, a debut album that not so much dominated the airwaves as provided a gentle reminder that they were still around.

Which made its follow-up all the more important. Teaming up with TV On The Radio member and renowned indie-rock producer Dave Sitek, the whimsical pop and ‘60s rock’n’roll of their debut was moved aside for darker psychedelia and a penchant for experimentation. Despite various quotes from Gallagher suggesting he’d quit music altogether if it failed, there were hints of self-doubt seeping from the Beady Eye camp.

A founding member of Oxford shoegazers Ride, Bell didn’t feel any pressure. “I just was excited about the prospect of going into the studio with Dave Sitek,” assures the laidback guitarist. “That was a massive incentive for me just to be in the studio: that for me is like a reward in itself. So I don’t feel any pressure in the studio, especially when you have such a good session. Pressure is the enemy of good music.”

With second album BE released to solid reviews in June last year, Bell’s enthusiasm was clearly warranted. Songs such as Soul Love and Don’t Brother Me should be Oasis-aping anthems, but instead tread a darker, cosmic place. Flick Of The Finger is the best song they’ve written, but doesn’t contain a chorus and is dominated by a horn section. Sitek’s touch can be felt all over it, and takes the ‘60s-obsessed rockers into much-needed new territory.

“I still think it’s pop music. It’s still listenable, but it’s just more interesting and more different sonically than we would’ve done if we had gone and done it ourselves. They’re very visual sounds; they really help. Guitarists especially, ‘cause you can get stuck in a guitar thing where everything is just two guitars, bass, drums – you rehearse it, it sounds great, it kinda rocks on that level of things rocking, and if you stop there and record it and put it out, you end up with something pretty good like our first album.

“[But] if at that point you take a left turn or a right turn and just start going, ‘Well let’s throw all that out, we all know that we can play, we all know that we can do this down-a-sort-of-route one. But let’s take a detour’. That’s something that we haven’t done. We didn’t do it much in Oasis and we haven’t done it much in Beady Eye until this point. So it’s a good thing to do.”

Since the day they formed, Beady Eye have been dogged by comparisons to Oasis. Outside of the diehard fans, the general public tend to side with one Gallagher brother over the other, most often the well-spoken Noel over the paparazzi-punching Liam. The upcoming Big Day Out tour will be the first time Liam and co have visited our shores since Oasis’ 2005 Don’t Believe The Truth tour. With former Kasabian bassist Jay Mehler now a permanent member, the five-piece are in peak form.

“I feel lucky to be in a band,” enthuses Bell. “Making music, signed to a label, doing gigs, and if you’re lucky enough to be in that position you’re not allowed to complain, you’ve just gotta keep plugging away and hope that if people have these preconceptions that’s really their issue to deal with. They’re gonna have to learn at some point that maybe we’re worth a listen.

“We’re comfortable with ourselves, and the only time when you ever come up against that [negative] side of it is probably when you’re being asked in interviews what you think of it. And then you have to come up with an answer, you have to quickly form an opinion on it in five seconds. But I don’t think there’s a negative side to this. The spin on Noel versus Liam is basically the hook that brings people in to read about the band, and then if they read about it maybe a few of them go, ‘I’m gonna go and check out that album’ and maybe they like it. So great!”

Kitt Di Camillo

Source: themusic.com.au

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Beady Eye Roll Into Sydney















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25 January 2014

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet















SNOOP DOGG in Sydney BIBLICAL LG x

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A Moment With Beady Eye














While they know they're "not exactly 18 anymore," the musicians that make up British group Beady Eye found themselves right at home with the Big Day Out crowd.

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Setlist: Beady Eye In Flemington












Below is the setlist for Beady Eye at the Big Day Out in Flemington, New South Wales, Australia earlier yesterday.

Flick Of The Finger
Soul Love
Four Letter Word
Second Bite Of The Apple
I'm Just Saying
Rock 'N' Roll Star
Iz Rite
Shine A Light
Morning Glory
The Roller
Bring The Light
Gimme Shelter

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There's An Anger To Liam Gallagher, Which Makes Him A Great Frontman














You can only picture the smile that must have spread across Liam Gallagher's face. One minute he was rehearsing with Beady Eye, the band he formed with fellow erstwhile Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock, after big brother Noel took his bat and ball and went home in 2009. The next, Beady EyeYou can only picture the smile that must have spread across Liam Gallagher's face. One minute he was rehearsing with Beady Eye, the band he formed with fellow erstwhile Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock, after big brother Noel took his bat and ball and went home in 2009. The next, Beady Eye were being asked to help save the Big Day Out after Oasis' one-time Britpop nemesis Blur had pulled out.

But as it happens, that wasn't exactly how the band saw it go down. ''Blur never came into it,'' Archer says. ''Someone said, 'What about going to Australia?' and we all went, 'Yes'.''

But you can bet Liam had a smirk to himself when he did find out.

The younger Gallagher has been laughing all the way to the bank, countless magazine covers and the top of many a chart ever since Noel, with his then seemingly endless arsenal of swaggering rock'n'roll anthems, took charge of Liam's fledgling outfit and transformed it by the mid-1990s into the Oasis millions know and love.

Yet when Noel walked out on their final incarnation five years ago, he must have known any future project of his would pale in comparison with Oasis for one key reason. He may have been the one with the tried and tested songwriting talent but Liam was the truly irreplaceable one, thanks to his rare combination of charisma, attitude and (not always, but often) vocal heroics.

''Liam's stage vibe is definitely based on an antagonistic sort of vibe,'' says Bell, who switched from playing bass for Oasis to guitar for Beady Eye.

''There's an anger to him on stage, which makes him a great frontman.''

Fellow Beady Eye guitarist Archer describes Liam as ''fearless with how he approaches any night''.

It is why the average Britpop fan who didn't demand a Blur-related refund for the Big Day Out will want at least to have a quick look at Beady Eye's set.

Well, that and the fact that, now they have established themselves with two albums of their own - 2011's occasionally exhilarating Different Gear, Still Speeding and last year's improved and more adventurous follow-up BE - they are open to playing Oasis songs.

''I have a feeling people are just going, 'F--- Beady Eye, we want Oasis back','' Liam told NME in June. ''I feel sometimes people are boycotting Beady Eye because they think the quicker I get the needle with it, the sooner I'll be going round knocking on Noel's door. They've got it all wrong.''

''It felt like a natural thing to do,'' Bell says. ''From the beginning we kinda had a word with ourselves and said, 'Well, if we do that [play Oasis songs] right off the bat, this is gonna be seen as kinda not separate enough from Oasis'.

''We've thrown a couple in now because ... it's not like we've become massive all around the world as Beady Eye. We're getting there, but I think a lot of people that come to see us do wanna hear Oasis songs. We think if we give them a couple of treats, y'know, they'll keep listening to Beady Eye.''

Still, hard acts to follow don't come much more difficult than Oasis. You can't help but wonder why the four members other than Noel decided to continue together in what was inevitably going to be a similar vein but without the skills of their principal songwriter.


''The '09 Oasis tour, which ended up with us breaking up, was the best we ever sounded live,'' Bell explains. ''We basically wanted to preserve that kind of inter-band chemistry.

''Obviously Noel was gone, so there was a big part missing, but the rest of us were still on that stage and we wanted to keep that same musical feeling. There was no, like, 'Let's change anything'. It was just forward momentum - 'let's keep going' - which powered us through the first album.''

Do Beady Eye perhaps feel like they have something to prove? ''No ... we're still driven to make music,'' Bell says. ''It's not about proving, really. It's more just about having that drive to keep on playing. You always want more, you always want to be bigger, you always do want that top spot but you've gotta be realistic sometimes. And if it ain't happening, then is it really the end of the world? I don't think so. It's still good to be playing music.

''It's still good to be, y'know, earning a living from it.''

There is, of course, one way that they could all earn a lot of money playing music and make a lot of people very happy: by getting Oasis back together. This won't happen until the Gallagher brothers start talking to each other again; and Bell can't confirm if there is any truth to a recent rumour that they are doing so.

''I haven't heard anything about that, but if that's the case then that's great,'' he says. ''I'd be happy if they did bury the hatchet - y'know, just on a personal level it'd be a good thing.''

''There's unfinished business there,'' Liam told NME. ''People ask would I get Oasis back together. I'd do it for nowt. But if someone's going to drop a load of f---ing money, I'd do it for that too.''

- with Peter Vincent

Source: Sydney Morning Herald

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24 January 2014

Shane Richie Wants Liam Gallagher To Be In Eastenders














Shane Richie told us there is one man he wants to get in EastEnders now swaggering actor Danny Dyer is behind the bar at the Queen Vic Liam Gallagher.

It seems Shane, 49, has more of a rock ’n’ roll past than we’d given him credit for. “I’ll ask Liam if he wants to be in EastEnders,” he told us. “I know him from years ago. I had it large back in Manchester a long time ago. I’m not saying any more about that though, it’s all in my next book!”

Source: www.express.co.uk

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Beady Eye Roll Into Flemington















Beady Eye will play at the Big Day Out in Flemington, New South Wales, Australia later today (January 24th).

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23 January 2014

Noel Gallagher Slams Oasis Videos In Viral Clip














The rock 'n' roll star isn't impressed with any of his former band's visual work and he makes sure everyone knows it in this funny clip

Noel Gallagher's a gold mine for outrageous quotes, and the acid-tongued rocker is known for his foul-mouthed put downs and famous feuds.

However, he's not above turning the tables on himself when it's called for - and he clearly believes Oasis' videos deserved to be blasted.

In this hilarious collection of quotes, Noel goes through each of the band's old promos and tells us exactly why he hates them - which could be why he repeatedly snubs the chance to reform.

The comments were originally made on his DVD commentary for Oasis: Time Flies 1994-2009, but a YouTube user has put them all together for our benefit.

He even took aim at the group's video for Don't Look Back In Anger, which he doesn't have fond memories of starring in.

Noel explained: "A guy actually said to me on this video shoot, 'can we do that bit again, but can you do it with a bit more energy in your eyes?'

"I still have no idea what he meant by that, to this day. I don't know, do you want me to f*****g stare at you like a f*****g serial killer? I don't know. Nonsense."


Source: www.mirror.co.uk

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Liam And Noel Gallagher To Release Autobiographies?














Rock star brothers Liam and Noel Gallagher are planning to write their autobiographies revealing details of their fallout, TimesLive reports.

The brothers, who have barely spoken to each other since a huge backstage bust-up ended their band Oasis in August 2009, have received separate offers to tell their life stories and both are "seriously considering" putting pen to paper.

A source told the Daily Star newspaper: "The book company want both Noel and Liam to sign with them. They are seriously considering it as they both feel old and wise enough to write an autobiography and, of course, they would be paid good money."

Liam, 41, is said to be more interested in the deal than 46-year-old Noel because he wants fans to know what really happened behind the scenes.

The source continued: "Liam says he wants to do it and has vowed to spill the beans on the feud. He sees it as his chance to tell his side of the story. And no doubt if Liam goes for it, Noel won't be far behind."

The brothers reportedly put an end to their feud over the festive season and friends are said to be concerned the books could spark another row.

The source said: "Their friends are worried it will open old wounds and could cause them to fall out again when they only just made up."

Since the group disbanded, Liam started new band Beady Eye with former Oasis members Gem Archer, Andy Bell and Chris Sharrock, while Noel has embarked on his own solo project, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds.

Source: www.dailytimes.com

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22 January 2014

New Items Added To Liam Gallagher's 'Pretty Green' Spring Collection














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Liam Gallagher And Andy Bell On Roger Federer, Ana Ivanovic And More














In the video below Liam Gallagher and Andy Bell talk about there favourite players after attending the Australian Open.


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21 January 2014

On This Day In Oasis History...















The video below is from January 21st 1998, when Oasis appeared on 'The Jay Leno Show', and performed 'Don't Go Way' from 'Be Here Now'.



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Liam Gallagher Makes A Different Kind Of Racket At The Australian Open














Occasional loudmouth and Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher tried his hand with a tennis racquet at the Australian Open today.

Adept at dodging pot shots from his brother, Oasis co-founder Noel, Liam expertly fended off a barrage of tennis balls, all with that rock star glare.

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Source: www.news.com.au

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20 January 2014

Beady Eye's Gem Archer: "You Can’t Run From Your Own History"














Oh what became of the likely lads. Oasis splitting up in 2009 was felt as a mild tremor in Australia and as an earthquake in the UK. A cultural institution had come apart at the seams; the band that had epitomised Cool Britannia, sound-tracked the rise of New Labour and chronicled an entire generation's adolescence had finally imploded under the weight of two of the biggest egos in modern music.

Out of the ashes, Beady Eye was formed; aka Oasis sans Noel. And the band have split the critics down the middle in the UK, much like their previous incarnation. Unsurprisingly, for every voice claiming their latest album BE to be the freshest and strongest Liam has sounded in years, there is another berating its delusional rock pretence and telling the youngest Gallagher to either rebuild the wonderwall with his brother or jog on.

On the eve of their last-minute call up to the Big Day Out, guitarist Gem Archer remarks candidly on the glory days of being in the band that was supposed to be bigger than The Beatles as well as the fall back to Earth and regrouping as Beady Eye.

TheVine: Considering Oasis were so ubiquitous in the UK, did you find it hard to carve out a new identity for Beady Eye when you first came together?

Gem Archer: I don’t think we ever thought about having to carve out a new identity, it was more a case of everybody realising that we weren’t going to get back together in one month’s time. We thought when we played our first gig that people would be shouting for the Oasis tunes, but by the time we had recorded the album and were ready to go on the road, it was fully formed.

But being associated with Oasis is inevitable, you can’t run from your own history and Liam’s voice will always be associated with those songs.

When it all unfolded in Paris, was it hard for you personally to come to terms with the fact that Oasis was over?

To put my head in that space again, I think it was a great run, it was ten years of my life spent playing some of the best music all around the world to some of the best fans. I just tried to remember that and I tried to tell myself not to get too greedy, not to hold on to stuff.  It’s kinda like *makes sound of bomb dropping from sky* count the good times and just hope there’s more coming. It wasn’t as if Oasis had been around for a year and it was a case of what could have happened. It felt like it was time.

Well there must be many aspects of the transition from Oasis to Beady Eye that have been a joy. You’ve played smaller venues and had a lot more freedom; do you feel like a new band again?

Definitely, but there have been certain challenges we’ve faced as well, like writing a whole new set of material after a career of performing Oasis’s music. It was like hitting the reset button. And we did say at the time that it was a good little spur on, because we stopped resting on our previous achievements.

If you know you’re only going to need two or three songs from your new album when you go on tour then maybe that informs what sort of album you make. But if you said to most bands that on their next album they could only play that material on tour, they would dig down deep inside themselves.

And have you enjoyed playing a bigger role in the song writing of Beady Eye, away from the autocracy of Noel?

When Andy and I joined Oasis, Noel was always asking if we had any songs to bring to the band. Although we knew Noel was the writer, he was always very encouraging with all of us, and if we did have any tunes, we’d always demo them.

And so now, we’re still writing the music, but we’ll do one of Liam’s and then we’ll do one of Andy’s and then one of mine and then back to Liam. But we flesh out all the songs together by jamming. Like on ‘Bring The Light’, Liam suggested we add more keys, he said he wanted it to sound like The Sex Pistols meeting Little Richard and so Andy (Bell) was just ‘avin it on the keys like a madman, it was a great laugh.

Well both albums have made the Top 5 in the UK but only one single has broken the Top 40. So you’re writing good albums but do you need to write better singles?

Well the charts aren’t what they were and the radio isn’t what it was and the whole thing is ever changing. It’s not the time for guitar music at the moment; it’s a different era. And how do you even calculate it now? All the teenagers are listening to music on Youtube.

Does that carry over to your opinion about critics as well? After so much rhetoric surrounding your former band, do Beady Eye care what the critics think of them?

We do, of course we do. We don’t avoid reading stuff, but we don’t chase it either. As long as they give the record a go, I don’t mean attention, I mean if they properly sit down and find out what we’ve done, then it’s all good. But if it’s just gossipy shit, then you turn the page before the end of the sentence.

What was the conversation like with the band before you started adding Oasis songs to the Beady Eye live show?

It all came about when we were asked to play with The Stone Roses at their comeback gig in Manchester and Liam suggested we play a few Oasis songs. I saw it as being the right place and right time, because it was The Stone Roses that awoke Liam to music as a teenager, it would have been mad for him not to play some of those tunes. From then on there was no discussion about it, because we had our own album and the genie was out of the bottle.

Are there any particular songs from the Oasis canon that you wouldn’t play live?

I don’t think we’d do anything that Noel sang the vocals on. But then again, you never know…

Maybe you could step up to the plate on lead vocals like back in the Heavy Stereo days?

No no no no man, Liam’s the voice of this band.

Do you miss having Noel around?

Yeah of course, we see each other every now and again and we text each other, so it’s not like he’s vanished off the face of the earth. But he was always was great to play next to and to shoot the shit with in the studio.

Well I am a massive fan of The Stone Roses and if you’d said to me a few years ago that I would see them play live in 2013, I would have thought you were crazy. But it happened. So if you were a bookie, what odds would you give me for an eventual reunion of Oasis?

An eventual reunion? Well I’m not a gambling man but the answer is it could happen, so it’s worth a wager.

So what’s the best and worst thing about working with Liam Gallagher?

I couldn’t even say what’s pissed me off, because Liam is Liam and I like Liam. People find it hard to believe because of this public image made by lazy journalists, but he’s a really top bloke. There is not a gig in the world he would turn away from, it could be Madison Square Garden or it could be upstairs in the boozer, it doesn’t matter, he’s unafraid.

Finally, did you notice the irony of replacing Blur on the Big Day Out?

No not really, it was never brought to us as replacing Blur; their cancellation wasn’t even a story over here in the UK. It was brought to us as whether we wanted to go play the Big Day Out and we thought it was a fantastic way to start the new year.

Chris Lewis

Beady Eye are on the 2014 Big Day Out tour.

Source: www.thevine.com.au

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Noel Gallagher Performs At Kate Moss' Birthday Party













Noel Gallagher sung to Kate Moss at her 40th birthday party.

The former Oasis star was cheered on by a number of guests as he broke into the catchy acoustic of 'Happy Birthday' at 6am yesterday (19.01.14) in celebration of the supermodel's milestone age.

Kate - who kicked off her celebrations with a posh lunch on Thursday (16.01.14) - reportedly spent £30,000 on entertainment for the big bash at her Cotswolds home on Saturday night (18.01.14).

Florence and the Machine, Mark Ronson, Soul II Soul and Massive Attack performed in yurts in the garden, while there were also tarot card readings, fire jugglers and face-painters on hand throughout the Glastonbury-themed party.

The blonde beauty reportedly paid out a hefty £80,000 on spirits and an endless supply of champagne to keep her guests entertainment.

Uma Thurman, Naomi Campbell and Stella McCartney were just a few of her famous friends in attendance, but all mobile phones were to be handed in at the door to stop any drunken photos being uploaded to Twitter or Instagram.

A source told The Sun newspaper: ''Everyone knew it was going to be a wicked party, which it was.

''It was truly epic and isn't even over yet... ''

Meanwhile, Kate hired the dining room at a local pub last night (19.01.14) for her and the remaining guests who were still standing after a boozy four days of partying.

Source: entertainment.stv.tv

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19 January 2014

Setlist: Beady Eye In Queensland












Below is the setlist for Beady Eye at the Big Day Out in Carrara, Queensland, Australia earlier today.

Flick Of The Finger
Soul Love
Four Letter Word
Second Bite Of The Apple
I'm Just Saying
Rock 'N' Roll Star
Iz Rite
Shine A Light
Morning Glory
The Roller
Bring The Light
Gimme Shelter

Via setlist.fm

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Fan Gallery: Beady Eye In Queensland















The pictures below are from Beady Eye's performance at Big Day Out in Carrara, Queensland, Australia earlier today.

































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