31 October 2016

Happy Halloween...


Happy Halloween everyone... Pumpkin 1 and 2 is by Jenny 'Supersonic' and Pumpkin 3 is by D Holt.






















30 October 2016

Another On This Day In Oasis History...


Wonderwall is a song by English rock band Oasis, written by the band's guitarist and chief songwriter Noel Gallagher. Released as the third single from (What's the Story) Morning Glory? on October 30th 1995.

Wonderwall peaked at number two in the UK Singles Charts and proved to be their American breakthrough, reaching number eight on the Hot 100 and giving them their only top-ten hit in the US thus far.

Wonderwall is perhaps their most popular song, despite the fact that British TV stars Robson & Jerome's "I Believe"/"Up on the Roof" kept it out of the top slot. Wonderwall continues to have enduring popularity in Oasis's canon; as of 2008, it was 76th in the UK's list of best-selling singles, and has now sold over a million copies in single and download sales in the UK, where it went platinum.

The song is included on Oasis's compilation album Stop the Clocks.

Background

The song takes its name from the 1968 album Wonderwall Music by George Harrison, at the time still a member of the Beatles.[3] Harrison's album was in fact a soundtrack to the film Wonderwall, but the film has remained unknown by the general public. The original title of the track was "Wishing Stone".

It is often claimed that "Wonderwall" was written for Gallagher's then-girlfriend, Meg Mathews. Noel married Mathews in 1997, but the couple divorced four years later. Gallagher now claims that the song was not about Mathews at all, but he felt he had to go along with the rumour, saying "The meaning of that song was taken away from me by the media who jumped on it. How do you tell your Mrs it's not about her once she's read it is? It's a song about an imaginary friend who's gonna come and save you from yourself."

Recording

The song was recorded at Rockfield Studios in Wales, during a two-week recording of the 'Morning Glory' album in May 1995. According to producer Owen Morris, the song was completed in 6-8 hours.

Morris claimed that Gallagher had presented an alternative arrangement of the song "which had some extra complicated pre-bridge bits that didn't have singing or melody - but just had some chord changes - which seemed completely unnecessary", the night before it was recorded. This idea was quickly shelved.

Noel initially wanted to sing this song on (What's the Story) Morning Glory?, but he gave his brother Liam Gallagher the choice, and Noel ended up singing "Don't Look Back in Anger".



















Live performances

Noel debuted the song on UK TV, backstage at Glastonbury and broadcast on Channel 4 on June 24, 1995. The song wasn't performed by the band during their headline performance the night before.

In August 2002, Noel changed the arrangement of his live performances of the song to a style admittedly heavily-influenced by Ryan Adams' cover version of the song. This arrangement has continued to his most recent live performances of the song. When the full band performs the song live, with electric guitars, it's still in the original style as presented on the record. During the 2008 tour, however the band have return to performing the song in a semi acoustic form.

A live version of the song, recorded at Wembley Stadium in 2000, is featured on the band's live album Familiar To Millions.

In an interview with Q magazine in August 2008, Liam said that he hates performing the song: "I can't stand that fucking song, every time I have to sing it, I want to gag. Problem is 'Wonderwall' was a big big tune for us and so you go to America and they're like, 'Are you Mr Wonderwall?', and you want to chin someone."

Video

The music video to the song was filmed in the relatively brief period when bassist Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan quit the band due to nervous exhaustion; Scott McLeod came in to replace him.



Cover art

The sleeve artwork was inspired by the paintings of the Belgian surrealist René Magritte, and was shot on Primrose Hill in north London. The hand holding the frame is that of art director Brian Cannon; the woman is Anita Heryet, a Creation Records employee. The original idea was to have Liam in the frame before Noel vetoed that idea whilst the shoot was taking place.

Chart history

It reached No.2 in the UK charts.

In the US it also peaked at #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart for an unprecedented ten weeks (this amount was later eclipsed in 1998 by Marcy Playground), and reached #8 on the Hot 100.

Awards and accolades

In 1995, "Wonderwall" came in at number one in the national Australian music poll, the Triple J Hottest 100.

The promo video for "Wonderwall", directed by Nigel Dick, won the Best British Video award at the 1996 BRIT Awards.

In the Grammy Awards of 1997 the band received a nomination for Best Rock Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group and Noel Gallagher picked another nomination for Best Rock Song, winning none.

In 2003, VH1 ranked the song at number 95 in its countdown of the "100 Greatest Songs Of The Past 25 Years."

In May 2005, "Wonderwall" was voted the best British song of all time, in a poll of over 8,500 listeners conducted by Virgin Radio.

The song "Wonderwall" placed 105 of the 3000 top songs of all time on the website acclaimedmusic.net.

In August 2006, "Wonderwall" was named the second-greatest song of all time in a poll conducted by Q Magazine, finishing behind another Oasis song, "Live Forever".

In 2006, U2's guitarist The Edge named "Wonderwall" one of the songs he most wishes he'd written.

In May 2007, NME magazine placed "Wonderwall" at number 27 in its list of the 50 Greatest Indie Anthems Ever.

In December 2007, it came in number 35 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of the 90's countdown.

In early 2007, "Wonderwall"'s drumming, provided by Alan White, was voted 90th best drumming track ever in Modern Drummer magazine.

On This Day In Oasis History...


The video below is from October 30th 1994, when Oasis appeared on MTV 120 Minutes in New York, USA.

Liam Gallagher On Oasis, Noel, Crystal Meth, Shitty Gigs And More


Below is an interview with Liam Gallagher and Mat Whitecross talk about Oasis' 'Supersonic' and more.

29 October 2016

Another On This Day In Oasis History...


On October 29th 2002, Noel Gallagher played an acoustic set set at the Fairplay charity gig at London's Astoria to raise money for the Make Trade Fair campaign.

Below is the NME.COM's review of the night, and a number of videos.

NOEL GALLAGHER and CHRIS MARTIN teamed up to perform a cover of Smiths' 'STOP ME IF YOU THINK YOU'VE HEARD THIS ONE BEFORE', as part of an amazing night of collaborations at the LONDON ASTORIA.

As previously reported, 'Fair Play' (October 29) was organised by Emily Eavis, the daughter of Glastonbury founder Michael. The show was intended to raise cash and awareness for Oxfam, helping to raise the profile of their Make Trade Fair campaign.

The bill featured Lamb, Idlewild, Noel Gallagher and Coldplay, who were billed as featuring 'special guests'.

After a solo set from Gallagher, which featured the likes of 'Wonderwall', 'Slide Away' and 'Married With Children', Coldplay took to the stage, and performed a handful of their own songs.

They were then joined by Ms Dynamite for a cover of  'Three Little Birds', and her own songs 'It Takes More' and 'Dy-Na-Mi-Tee'.

She was then replaced by Noel, who performed a duet of Coldplay's hit single 'Yellow', and Oasis' 'Live Forever'. During the duets, Martin appeared overcome, telling the audience that it was one of the best moments of his life. Their set also included a cover of [a]' 'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before', a song that originally featured on the legendary Manchester group's 1987 album, 'Strangeways, Here We Come'.

Noel Gallagher's set ran:
'Talk Tonight'
'Slide Away'
'Wonderwall'
'Don't Look Back In Anger'
'Married With Children'

Coldplay played:
'In My Place'
'Don't Panic'
'The Scientist'
'It Takes More' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Three Little Birds' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Dy-Na-Mi-Tee' (with Ms Dynamite)
'Yellow' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Stop Me If You Think You've Heard This One Before' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Live Forever' (with Noel Gallagher)
'Many Rivers To Cross'
'Whatever' (with Noel Gallagher)






On This Day In Oasis History...


Lord Don't Slow Me Down is a rockumentary film, looking back on British band Oasis' Don't Believe the Truth world tour which took place from May 2005 to March 2006. The film is directed by Baillie Walsh. It went platinum in the UK. The DVD was released on October 29th 2007.







Pre-release
A handful of fans-only private screenings took place around the world with the world premiere of the film at the Directors Guild Theater in New York City on November 4, 2006 as part of the CMJ Film Festival. The UK television premiere was on Channel 4 on November 19, at 11:50pm, although it was a heavily edited version with approximately 40 minutes cut from the original 95 minute version. The film was unveiled to coincide with Oasis' compilation album Stop the Clocks, released on November 20, 2006. A preview of the film was included on the Let There Be Love DVD single, released in November 2005.

The film features a new Oasis song also called "Lord Don't Slow Me Down", written by Noel Gallagher and recorded during the Don't Believe the Truth sessions, Gallagher described it as being "one of the best things, like The Who, The Yardbirds and the Jeff Beck Group combined, and it's got two drum solos on it!". He has also said that his girlfriend thought it was the only Oasis song you could dance to. The song was left off Don't Believe the Truth because Gallagher felt that including it would have meant he'd have been singing too many songs on the record. Italian footballer Alessandro Del Piero also appears in the video signing a shirt for noel.





















The DVD set contents:

Disc One:
Documentary tour film Lord Don’t Slow Me Down in stereo and surround sound.
Bonus audio commentary featuring the members of the band.
A Noel Gallagher Q&A session with the fans filmed in New York in 2006.

Disc Two:
Oasis live at City of Manchester Stadium on 2nd July 2005 in HD with stereo and surround sound.

"Fuckin' in the Bushes"
"Turn Up the Sun"
"Lyla"
"Cigarettes & Alcohol"
"The Importance Of Being Idle"
"Little By Little"
"A Bell Will Ring"
"Acquiesce"
"Songbird"
"Live Forever"
"Mucky Fingers"
"Wonderwall"
"Rock 'n' Roll Star"
"The Meaning of Soul"
"Don't Look Back In Anger"
"My Generation"

Unique footage and pictures sent in by fans who attended the concert.

Watch Another Exclusive Clip From Oasis' 'Supersonic' Documentary


Click here to watch new clip from Oasis documentary Supersonic.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...



28 October 2016

Video: Liam Gallagher And Bonehead Interviews From Berlin


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher and Bonehead at Oasis' 'Supersonic' premiere in Berlin yesterday.

Various Interviews With Oasis' 'Supersonic' Director Mat Whitehouse


Click herehere and here for interviews with Oasis' 'Supersonic' Director Mat Whitehouse.

Liam Gallagher On Supersonic, Oasis, Noel, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley And More


Click here to read an interview with Liam Gallagher and Mat Whitecross who speak about Supersonic, Oasis, Noel, Jimi Hendrix, Bob Marley and more.

27 October 2016

The Super Stress Mat Whitecross Faced Making A Documentary About Oasis


"The first two times I met Liam and Noel separately, I was absolutely s—ing myself," says superfan and filmmaker.

It’s a stern warning that has been repeated many times throughout history: You should never meet your heroes.

But that is exactly what documentary filmmaker Mat Whitecross did when he set out to make a movie about music superstars Oasis.

“I had the posters on the wall, I had the albums, the singles, I was reading about them every week in all the music magazines — so it was kind of nerve-wracking,” recalled the director of Oasis: Supersonic ahead of the music doc’s theatrical release.

“I was expecting it to be a disaster.”

Whitecross had good reason for concern. Not only did Oasis rise to become Britain’s biggest band in the ’90s with hits like Wonderwall, but the Manchester act’s two leads — Liam and Noel Gallagher — became notorious for sibling squabbles and fights, erratic behaviour and caustic outspoken statements.

These guys weren’t exactly ambassadors of affability.

“That’s part of the reason we made the film,” insisted Whitecross of the impetus to profile the estranged Gallaghers.

“You’ve got the two brothers and that love-hate relationship; that volatile thing that played out so publicly is fascinating. Bands now don’t have anywhere near the kind of danger around them.”

Buoyed by archive footage and intimate tales of scandalous road stories, Oasis: Supersonic has been gaining acclaim for its inspection of both the discord and devotion between the brothers that once brazenly called themselves the next Beatles.

Yet, even seven years after their final performance, Whitecross still isn’t able to get the siblings together in a room to talk about the storied career that earned them a place in the Guinness Book of Records for most consecutive Top Ten singles.

“Liam will talk very affectionately about Noel and Noel similarly about Liam.

“Then five minutes later, they slag each other off,” laughed the 39-year-old filmmaker who has directed music videos for the likes of Jay-Z and Coldplay.

“I used to joke these are like therapy sessions. For Liam, definitely — it was like the therapy he never had, but they both seemed to enjoy the process of going back in a huge amount of detail over the past.”

Source: www.metronews.ca

Watch Another Exclusive Clip From Oasis' 'Supersonic' Documentary


Below is a new clip from Oasis documentary Supersonic that features Liam and Noel Gallagher and more reminiscing about their infamous drunken ferry brawl.

Oasis' Liam Gallagher: The Band Never Should Have Broken Up


Click here to read an interview with Liam Gallagher and Mat Whitecross who talk about Oasis' 'Supersonic' documentary.

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 events are in London and Manchester.

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

26 October 2016

On This Day In Oasis History...


The videos below are from October 26th 2008, when Oasis played at The Roundhouse in London with the Crouch End Festival Chorus as part of the BBC's Electric Proms.

Why Noel and Liam Gallagher Gave 'Supersonic' Director Mat Whitecross Free Rein To Tell Oasis' Story


Click here to read an interview with Liam Gallagher, Bonehead and Mat Whitecross who talk about the Oasis' 'Supersonic' documentary.

25 October 2016

Oasis' 'Supersonic' Is Available To View Now Exclusively On iTunes


For a limited pre-release window, Oasis' Supersonic is available to view now exclusively on iTunes. 

Download it here.

Liam Gallagher Has Signed With Coda Music Agency


Former Oasis and Beady Eye frontman Liam Gallagher has signed with Coda Music Agency.

The rock singer is set to release his debut solo album in 2017 via Warner Bros. Records and will be represented on the live circuit by Coda agent and partner Alex Hardee.

“Coda is proud to announce one of the true music legends of our time joins our ranks,” said Hardee, whose personal roster includes the likes of Bastille, Jess Glynne and Jake Bugg.

“With a new record deal with Warners, exciting times lay ahead.”

The London-based agency is already home to acts such as Take That, The Prodigy, Ellie Goulding, Bon Iver and The xx, as well as All Saints, band of Gallagher’s ex-wife Nicole Appleton.

Gallagher, 44, is being managed by his girlfriend Debbie Gwyther and UROK Management.

While with Beady Eye, he was booked by Oasis agent Ben Winchester of Primary Talent International - who also reps Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - and latterly by David Levy of WME.

The reissue of Oasis’ 1997 album Be Here Now went in at No.4 in this week’s Official Albums Chart, with sales of 12,492.

Source: www.musicweek.com

24 October 2016

Listen To Noel Gallagher's 'Indian Summer Shuffle' On iTunes


Click here to listen to Noel's soundtrack to a perfect day, sunshine optional.

23 October 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


Good to see the BREAD HEADS doing there bit for charity LG x

22 October 2016

Noel Gallagher's Latest Instagram Post












A photo posted by Noel Gallagher (@themightyi) on

Watch Noel Gallagher Play 'Half The World Away' On Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer'


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Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweets...


All those who don't believe that RnR can't shake you all night shame on you ain't that something ain't that true to walk in some1 else shoe

To the mighty1 make it your last 1 as your your gonna be banished into the wilderness       I never wanna be like you THE END

The good lads gone mad and he'll be home soon LG X

You've been told

Pussys the lot of them you wait till you here the KID

21 October 2016

Watch Oasis Record 'Champagne Supernova' In This Clip From 'Supersonic'



The video below is taken from Oasis' 'Supersonic.

Catch Noel Gallagher On Channel 4's 'Stand Up To Cancer' This Evening


Tune into Channel 4's Stand Up To Cancer this evening, to catch Noel performing 'Half The World Away' as part of Celebrity Goggle Box.

The show runs from 7pm to midnight.

Watch and feel free to dig deep into those pockets. #SU2C #StandUpToCancer

Noel Gallagher On Oasis' 'Do You Know What I Mean?'


Noel Gallagher's 'Be Here Now' Track By Track - 'Do You Know What I Mean?'

Oasis' 'Supersonic' Screenings In Germany, Austria And Switzerland


Oasis: Supersonic is in theatres for exclusive event screenings in Germany, Austria and Switzerland starting 27th October, click here for details.


19 October 2016

Win The Ultimate Oasis 'Be Here Now' Deluxe Box Set And More


To celebrate the reissue of the band's 1997 album, Radio X are giving you the chance to win the Super Deluxe Box set, signed books and much more!

Click here for the details of the prizes and to enter (sign up required).

Liam Gallagher On Who Should Play Him In An Oasis Film


Liam Gallagher has revealed who should play him in an Oasis film – and it's someone from Coronation Street.

Well, you don't expect a predictable answer from the Oasis frontman, do you?

In a recent, expletive-fuelled, chat with Radio X, Gallagher colourfully revealed the ideal actor to play him in a film of his life.

He said: "Let me tell you I’d like to play me man. I’m being f***ing serious here now. I f***ing, I tell you who I would like to play me man. And obviously they’re all gonna go for fit people like Brad Pitt or Johnny Depp and that.  F*** that, man."

Brace yourselves for Gallagher's inspoired choice...

Liam said: "Stan Ogden. He f***ing gets me man. Stan Ogden gets me..."

It turns out Liam isn't just a fan of Stan, played by Bernard Youens, his legendary on-screen wife also factors into the decision.

Liam added: "And you’ve got the f***ing bird, like Hilda’s just gone like that, ‘Stanley!’ in his f*cking socks.  Just a guy just be pretending to be deaf. Just going, "What? Who? What? Just f***ing let it all hang out, mate. Stan Ogden. Just didn’t give a f*** mate."

Youens played Stan for 20 years, until his death in 1984. Jean Alexander played the iconic Hilda until she left the show in 187, although she returned for a one-off in 1990.

Source: www.express.co.uk

Liam Gallagher On Richard Ashcroft, Ian Brown, Lee Mavers And Shaun Ryder


Liam Gallagher gave his opinion on the frontmen from other British bands to Radio X in a recent interview.

He said: "Of our time, Richard Ashcroft is pretty cool. I like him, I love him. Obviously Ian Brown is f***ing majestic. Lee Mavers is f***ing beautiful and Shaun Ryder is just mega. So there are lots and lots of f***ing great frontmen."

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 Kingston upon Hull.

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

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.

18 October 2016

Watch A Exclusive Clip From Oasis' 'Supersonic'


Click here to watch an exclusive clip from Oasis' 'Supersonic'.

Watch Early Oasis Footage Of The Band Rehearsing 'All Around The World'


Oasis surge through an intimate rehearsal of 1997's "All Around the World" in an exclusive video. The rock icons perform in a tight space decorated with Beatles posters and lined with stacks of Marshall amplifiers.

Singer-guitarist also discusses keeping his kids humble, why his mom is his hero and being unafraid to piss off fans.

Liam Gallagher croons his distinctive, dreamy hooks over Noel Gallagher and Paul Arthurs' tandem distorted guitars, as the camera zooms in and out across the room. While the original album and single version last over nine minutes, fleshed out with ornate orchestrations, this raw, stripped-down take cuts out after the three-minute mark, just as Noel launches into his guitar solo.

"All Around the World" features on the band's third LP, 1998's Be Here Now, recently remastered as part of an expansive reissue featuring numerous extras. The reissue includes the fabled "Mustique demos," 14 tracks recorded on the Caribbean island by Noel Gallagher and producer Owen Morris in 1996.

In a newly filmed interview with music journalist Keith Cameron, Noel reflected on the album as a "missed opportunity" following their classic second album, 1995's (What's the Story) Morning Glory. In particular, the guitarist lamented the original LP's underwhelming mix.

"It is shocking," he said. "All the things you shouldn't do when you’re mixing a record, we were doing tenfold. Really, we shouldn't have mixed it. We should have given it to somebody with a fresh perspective."

Filmmaker Mat Whitecross tells Oasis' triumphant, turbulent story in Oasis: Supersonic, a new documentary that hits American theaters for one night only on October 26th.

Click here to watch the video.

Source: www.rollingstone.com

Noel Gallagher Snubbed Trainspotting Soundtrack 'As He thought Film Was About Railway Enthusiasts'


Noel Gallagher missed out on featuring on the soundtrack for Trainspotting because he thought the film was about railway enthusiasts, it has emerged.

Director Danny Boyle was said to be desperate for Gallagher and his band Oasis to do a song for the 1996 movie starring Ewan McGregor, Robert Carlyle and Ewen Bremner.

The soundtrack of the film became a huge hit and featured fellow Britpop bands Blur and Pulp as well as US music stars Iggy Pop and Lou Reed.

However, the singer-songwriter turned down the chance to feature in the film about Edinburgh heroin addicts as he did not want to be associated with a film he thought was about train spotters.

The story was revealed during a question and answer session with Trainspotting producer Andrew Macdonald and costume designer Rachel Fleming at a 20th anniversary screening of the film.

Macdonald said: "Danny is from near Manchester and he was very keen to have Noel Gallagher do something but there was a reason why he didn't do it.

"He came to the launch party in Cannes, but I don't know why he didn't do a piece of music."

Fleming then said: "I met Noel at a thing the other week and he said to me: 'I would have done something, but honestly I thought it was about train spotters. I didn't know.' That's what he actually said."

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk

Liam Gallagher Gives His Thoughts On A Potential Oasis Reunion, Noel, Twitter, Manchester City And More


Click here to watch a interview with Liam Gallagher who gives his thoughts on a potential Oasis reunion, Noel, Twitter, Manchester City and more.

17 October 2016

Liam Gallagher On Noel, Oasis, Jose Mourinho, Richard Ashcroft And More


Oasis legend Liam Gallagher has given fans a rare insight into his career, life and mind during a hilarious Q&A session.

Chatting to Radio X’s Johnny Vaughan in front of an intimate audience at the Etihad Stadium, the home of his beloved Manchester City, Liam was on outspoken top form as he explained why he really isn't a proper Manc and gave his thoughts on United boss Jose Mourinho, the scary clown craze, sounding like John Lennon, his favourite cheese (Cheddar), wearing leopard print Ugg slippers and why Oasis isn't getting back together.

Quaffing Taittinger champagne, he also described two of his most rock and roll moments - doing the loop the loop in a private jet over the Golden Gate Bridge and heckling film star Hugh Grant in front of his ex girlfriend Liz Hurley in Los Angeles.

Seated on a plush brown leather sofa, Burnage's finest was joined by Oasis guitarist Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs for the Q&A in front an audience of just 200 people, in aid of the Make Some Noise campaign for disadvantaged youngsters by Radio X owners Global.

Fans paid £150 to join the Manchester music icon in the aptly named Legends Lounge.

Earlier this month the rocker flew in to Manchester for a premiere in London for a special screening of the documentary film Supersonic.

Here are some of the highlights of the Radio X Q&A:

On Jose Mourinho (who he described as a "little ****")

"He already looks like it's the end of the season."

Brother Noel and why Oasis isn't getting back together.

"For someone who washed his hands of it he's the one banging on about it.

"I'm ready to go but our kid bangs on like I've stabbed his cat or summat. The thing is he wants to be a solo star. The reason why the band isn't back together is because Noel needs to be surrounded by yes men and I ain't one.

"People need to stop asking him when the band is getting back together. He'll get bored so stop asking him."

The scary clown craze.

"I think they're alright man. I don't mind 'em. I like a clown. Some of them put a lot of effort in."

On THAT scene in Supersonic when the band performed badly because of crystal meth.

"I enjoyed myself. That **** happened a lot."

Brotherly love.

"I remember being drunk as a 15-year-old. I came in at 11pm, couldn't find the lights so ****** all over his stereo."

Singing style.

"I sound like John Lennon. I get more power from not holding the microphone."

The longest he has ever stayed up for.

"The 90s"

Favourite footwear.

"I've got Uggs. They're leopard print and they're the best ******* slippers, slippers when you want to get locked out of the door."

On not being a proper Manc

"I wouldn't say I'm a Manc. I've lived in London 20 years. I'm a universal dream."

The best band frontman, apart from himself of course.

"Richard Ashcroft is pretty cool and Ian Brown is fantastic. And Shaun Ryder is mega."

Being banned by Cathay Pacific flights over a row about a scone.

"I woke up and everyone was eating a scone. I didn't have a scone or a pickaxe."

To donate £10 to Global’s Make Some Noise, text NOISE to 70070. Find out more by visiting www.makesomenoise.com or following us on Twitter @makenoise.

Source: www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk

Liam Gallagher On The Killer Clown Craze


The Oasis man gave Johnny Vaughan his verdict on the craze during Radio X’s Evening In Conversation with...

Liam Gallagher has given his opinion on the killer clown craze, deciding that they're "all right".

When asked by Johnny Vaughan what he thinks of the recent spate of clown-based pranks sweeping the UK, the Manchester man said: "I think they're all right. I like a clown”.

He added: "I don’t find them funny, but some of them put a lot of time and effort in. I'd rather have a clown than the back end of a donkey.”

Applying his Rock N' Roll, all-or-nothing approach to the craze, the Some Might Say singer added: “If you’re going to be a fucking clown be a proper fucking clown. Don’t be half a clown.
“I think leave the clowns alone”.

The former Oasis singer was speaking with Johnny Vaughan at Radio X’s Evening In Conversation With, which took place tonight (Sunday 16 October) Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.

Source: radiox.co.uk

Liam Gallagher: “There’s Nothing Better Than Being In A Band"


The former Oasis frontman told Johnny Vaughan about positives of sharing the stage at Radio X’s Evening In Conversation event..

Liam Gallagher has revealed why he prefers to be in a band.

Speaking to Johnny Vaughan at Radio X's Evening In Conversation, the Oasis man revealed:  “There’s nothing better than being in a fucking band."

He went on: "You can do your solo records, you can be wherever you want, but when you're in a band and you're playing your music to four, three geezers playing back to you, there's no better feeling.

"Just doing it on your own and playing back to yourself, yeah cool, you're going to get a hard on, but there’s nothing better than watching four of your mates all together thinking 'fucking hell this is stonking.'”

He concluded: "I don't give a fuck what anyone says. There's nothing better than being in a fucking band."

The former Oasis singer was speaking with Johnny Vaughan at Radio X’s Evening In Conversation With, which took place on Sunday (16 October) Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.

The event, which sold out in minutes, helped raise thousands of pounds for Global’s Make Some Noise , which helps youngsters and their families across the UK living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.

Global’s Make Some Noise was created by Global in 2014 to give a voice to charities that struggle to get heard. The national grant-giving charity supports projects that help disadvantaged youngsters by raising money and crucially giving them a platform to tell their story to millions of people.

Source: radiox.co.uk

Liam Gallagher On Oasis Return


The former Oasis frontman revealed all to Johnny Vaughan at Radio X’s Evening In Conversation with..

Liam Gallagher has opened up about the possibility of an Oasis reunion, suggesting it's down to his estranged brother and former bandmate, Noel.

Asked by Radio X's Johnny Vaughan who would have to die to get Oasis back together, he replied: "This is a serious question and i’m not bringing the mood down.

"Our kid's  going around like i’ve stabbed his fucking cat. He wants to be in a solo band."

Talking about his recent exploits on social media, the Wonderwall singer added: "If people think me having a dig on Twitter is what’s stopping the band getting back together, they’re mad.

"If they want the band to get back together they’ll have to ask our kid. It’s down to our kid."

The former Oasis singer was speaking with Johnny Vaughan at Radio X’s Evening In Conversation With, which took place tonight (Sunday 16 October) Manchester’s Etihad Stadium.

The event, which sold out in minutes, helped raise thousands of pounds for Global’s Make Some Noise , which helps youngsters and their families across the UK living with illness, disability or lack of opportunity.

Global’s Make Some Noise was created by Global in 2014 to give a voice to charities that struggle to get heard. The national grant-giving charity supports projects that help disadvantaged youngsters by raising money and crucially giving them a platform to tell their story to millions of people.

Source: radiox.co.uk

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


Fucking hell Johnny Vaughan what a determined young chap need a lie down after that old chin wag

16 October 2016

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet...


To all you hairdressers out there cut my hair what to be like you bunch of fucking squares Dermot Declan Donald don't think so

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