Have you checked out regular Oasis tour DJ Phil Smith’s ‘97 Manchester G-Mex playlist on @Spotify yet? ▷ https://t.co/uFom2w9YOq
Noel Gallagher will attend Glastonbury Festival on June 23 to kick off a screening of the Oasis documentary 'Supersonic' by Mat Whitecross.
The legendary rock group's guitarist might not be playing the iconic music extravaganza, but he'll make the special appearance at 9pm at the William's Green tent on June 23.
Meanwhile, the 'Live Forever' hitmaker - who recently turned 50 - recently revealed his new record with High Flying Birds will be released on November 9.
Continue reading: Noel Gallagher To Introduce Supersonic Screening At Glastonbury
'Don't Look Back In Anger' has re-entered the iTunes chart after a video of mourners singing it at a vigil in St. Ann's Square went viral.
Oasis’ hit song ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ is set to make a re-appearance in the charts this week, after it was adopted as an anthem of unity by the people of Manchester in the wake of the devastating terror attack that hit the city earlier this week.
Following the suicide bomb that claimed the lives of 22 people and injured 119 others on Monday night at the Ariana Grande concert at MEN Arena, the track has come to symbolise Manchester’s defiance and unity in the face of tragedy.
It touched the hearts of millions all over again this week when a video went viral of a crowd of mourners gathered in St. Ann’s Square in the city were seen singing the track, following a respectful minute’s silence.
McGregor reprises his role as Renton in the much anticipated sequel.
Ewan McGregor has admitted he was worried about making the Trainspotting sequel because he feared he “wasn’t Scottish enough anymore”.
McGregor stars in T2: Trainspotting as Renton, with Johnny Lee Miller reprising his role as Sick Boy and Robert Carlyle as Franco. The sequel also sees the return of director Danny Boyle.
Ewan McGregor worried he “wasn’t Scottish enough anymore” to play Renton
Continue reading: Ewan McGregor Worried He "Wasn't Scottish Enough" Anymore For 'T2'
Ryan Adams is set to release a new album in 2017.
Ryan Adams is set to release a new album in 2017.
The 41-year-old singer will release his first LP called 'Prisoner' in three years, which will come out next year alongside the single 'Do You Still Love Me' that will be available from Wednesday (07.12.16).
The star announced the news via social media, which saw him post a picture of the record's artwork.
Continue reading: Ryan Adams Will Release New Album In 2017
The original 1996 movie's crew made the revelation at a Q&A session this week.
One of the reasons why the movie Trainspotting was so beloved back in 1996 was its soundtrack, full of stars from the contemporary world of Britpop such as Elastica, Pulp, Underworld and Leftfield. But one of the biggest names in music was missing: that of Oasis, the biggest name on the scene.
It turns out that the Manchester legends were offered the opportunity to record a track for the movies, but that Noel Gallagher turned it down because he presumed the film to actually be about trainspotters, rather than poverty-stricken heroin addicts in Edinburgh.
Oasis performing in Heaton Park, Manchester in 2009
Speaking at the premiere of the Oasis documentary movie 'Supersonic', Liam claimed he'd be up for a reunion - but won't apologise to Noel to make it happen.
The 44 year old singer and former frontman of Oasis has said that the band should never have split up back in 2009, and said that his “bags are packed” in the event that he gets an offer to reunite with them.
He told Sky News at the launch of the new Oasis documentary movie Supersonic, directed by Mat Whitecross and released on Sunday (October 2nd): “If it happens tomorrow, I'm ready, my bags are packed. If it happens in a year, I'm still ready, if it happens in 10 years, I'm still ready.”
The brothers have been feuding for years and are unlikely to reunite anytime soon.
Liam Gallagher thinks his brother Noel is a “potato”, who takes his style from Gary Barlow
The trailer has now been released for the band's first movie.
From the producers of the Oscar-winning Amy Winehouse documentary 'Amy' comes 'Supersonic'; an exploration of the rise to fame of one of Britain's most successful rock bands, Oasis. Featuring a combination of archival footage and interviews with the band members, it's set to hit theatres this Autumn.
Oasis unveil their documentary 'Supersonic' in October
'Supersonic' sees Noel Gallagher and Liam Gallagher depict their extraordinary success from being just two brothers on a Manchester council estate to selling out stadiums and arenas all over the country and beyond in just three years. They, along with bands like Pulp and Blur, helped revitalise the UK music scene, bringing Britpop to widespread popularity.
Continue reading: Oasis Explore Their Career In In-Depth Documentary 'Supersonic'
Noel got the chance to dine with one of his heroes in the South of France last month, but the recognition wasn't mutual.
Noel Gallagher has admitted that Hollywood legend Robert De Niro didn’t have a clue who he was when the pair ended up having lunch together in the South of France. Gallagher set next to the Taxi Driver star during what became a marathon eight-hour lunch session last month, but afterwards Gallagher said De Niro was still none the wiser about Oasis.
The former Oasis singer announced he'll be releasing a new album in 2017, his first new music since Beady Eye split three years ago.
In news that may placate those who are frustrated about the lack of an Oasis reunion, Liam Gallagher has announced that he’s signed a brand new record deal and will be releasing a new album in 2017 – describing the new material, in his inimitable style, as “chin-out music”.
The tambourine-shaking frontman, 43, announced that he has penned a deal with Warner Bros., and that his first official solo record will be out next year. It will be the first record he has released since 2013, when Beady Eye’s second album BE came out shortly before they split up.
Liam Gallagher in London, 2015
Continue reading: Liam Gallagher Announces New Record Deal And Solo Album For 2017
The younger Gallagher brother took to Twitter this week to declare that "plastic rock n rollers" should "be afraid".
43 year old Liam has musically been silent for a while, ever since his first post-Oasis project Beady Eye disbanded in 2014 after only two albums. In his own, inimitable style, he took to Twitter on Wednesday night (July 21st) to fire a warning shot to “plastic rock n rollers” that he was coming back for what was rightfully his.
Liam Gallagher has teased a possible return to music
The former Oasis singer is said to finally be ready to go solo.
Liam Gallagher is said to be ready to make music again, nearly two years after his group Beady Eye disbanded. The frontman is reported to be heading to the studio to record his first solo music, after realising that an Oasis reunion with brother Noel is unlikely.
Liam Gallagher is said to be heading back to the studio.
A source told The Sun: ‘The penny has finally dropped with Liam. He can’t make any money sitting on his backside and with four kids to pay for, a divorce and a lavish lifestyle to keep up, extra cash will be handy.’
Continue reading: Is Liam Gallagher Finally Ready To Make Music Again?
Oasis secured all of the top FOUR spots in the first ever Radio X 'Best of British' online poll.
In a revelation that will surprise precisely nobody, Oasis have thoroughly dominated a poll conducted by Radio X to discover the best British song of all time, securing not only the number one spot with ‘Wonderwall’ but also the rest of the top four.
There’s been plenty of scorn directed at the online poll, which has been run by the overwhelmingly white male-oriented station over the last week, as the now-defunct Manchester group had their songs ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’, ‘Champagne Supernova’ and ‘Live Forever’ named as the rest of the top four respectively.
Noel Gallagher performing with Oasis in 2009
The former Oasis frontman did not hold back when asked about Adele’s new album.
Noel Gallagher is never one for mincing his words and the outspoken singer’s latest target is Adele and her million selling album 25. The former Oasis frontman has described the album as 'cheesy music for f***ing grannies’, during an interview with Music Feeds.
25 is not on Noel Gallagher’s Christmas wish list.
When asked what he thought of Adele, Gallagher said: "If someone wants to know what I think of Adele, I’ll f***ing tell them… I just don’t see what all the fuss is about. I don’t like her music. I think it’s music for f***ing grannies.”
Continue reading: Noel Gallagher Describes Adele's Album As 'Cheesy Music For Grannies'
The singer's newest album has sold the most copies ever in both the UK and the US
In case anyone has missed it - Adele is back. And to cement her status as a singing superstar even further, her new album 25 has broken the UK record for the highest ever sales figure for an album in its first week - clocking in at a staggering 800,000 copies sold.
Adele is riding high in the charts
The album has sold more than the next 86 albums in the chart combined and has become the first album to stream more than 100,000 downloads in a week.
Continue reading: Adele Smashes All The Records
The John Lewis Christmas advert features Oasis song ‘Half The World Away’.
Liam Gallagher has reportedly hit out at brother Noel after he allowed Oasis hit ‘Half The World Away’ to be used as the soundtrack for the new John Lewis advert. According to The Mirror, Liam has even gone so far as banning him from visiting their family pub over the Christmas holidays.
Liam Gallagher has labelled brother Noel a ‘sell-out’.
A source told the newspaper, “Liam has been making his usual snidey remarks about the song being on the John Lewis advert. When he first heard about it he was ranting in his own local pub in Hampstead, north London, to just about anyone who’d listen.”
Continue reading: Liam Gallagher Brands Brother Noel A 'Sell-Out' Over John Lewis Advert
Noel scotched widely reported rumours of an Oasis reunion later in the year, and blamed his brother for circulating them in the first place.
Furthermore, the 47 year old claims that he hasn’t at any point considered reuniting the beloved Britpop group, after he himself quit the band at a show in Paris in August 2009. At the time, Liam was reported to have broken one of his favourite guitars minutes before the band was due onstage at a festival.
Speaking to Rolling Stone magazine, he said: “There was a rumour last week that we've had a gentleman's agreement [to reform Oasis], but that rumour's come from his people. It's a ‘source close to him’, and I'll tell you how close it is: she probably wakes up with him every morning. It's always left to me in an interview to let the kids down. People say, “You're breaking these kids' hearts”. Well, what the f***, man?”
Continue reading: Noel Gallagher Denies Oasis Reunion Rumours, Blames Liam
The former Oasis star gave his typically forthright opinion of Britain's music scene today.
In an interview with NME as part of a round table discussion alongside fellow artists La Roux, Sleaford Mods and Courtney Barnett, the 47 year old guitarist said “Every single song in the Top 10 is the same s**t with a different voice. If you’re number one in the charts now, it automatically means you must be s**t.”
Noel Gallagher gave the modern music scene both barrels during a recent interview with the NME
Continue reading: Noel Gallagher Attacks Modern Bands For Being "Scared Of Social Media"
Did Liam Gallagher's tweets hint at an Oasis reunion at Glastonbury?
An Oasis reunion could be on the horizon after frontman Liam Gallagher tweeted the letters of the band's name over the course of a few hours on Thursday evening (April 24, 2014). Bookmakers Paddy Power subsequently suspended betting on the band playing Glastonbury 2014.
Liam Gallagher Hinted at an Oasis Reunion
Gallagher, who tweeted O, A, S, I, S, followed it up by posting, OASIS LG.
Continue reading: Oasis Tipped To Play Glastonbury 2014, After Liam's Cryptic Tweets
An Oasis reunion looks unlikely for 2014, though don't rule it out.
Following Facebook and Instagram posts last night, Oasis fans were dusting off their parka coats and bucket hats, calling their brothers "r kid" and swaggering down to their local clutching a two-pound coin to play Standing on the Shoulders of Giants in its entirety, on the jukebox.
Liam Gallagher Performing with new band Beady Eye
And then came the news that the "cryptic message" that read "February 26 - 9am" was not in fact signalling the announcement of a reunion tour or new album, but instead marking the reissue of the band's 1994 debut Definitely Maybe on its 20th anniversary, on May 19.
Continue reading: Oasis Reunion In 2014? Probably Not, But Watch This Space
Glastonbury Festival 2013 will be remembered for the debut of The Rolling Stones, though plenty of other acts made it one of best festivals in years.
And that's it. Another year passes and Worthy Farm closes its gates on the Glastonbury Festival revellers for another 12 months. Though there's always the distant murmur of someone professing it "the best Glastonbury ever," there was a palpable feeling that this year's festival was among the finest in history. Firstly, there was heightened anticipation given the fallow year in 2012 and secondly, the sun came out. Oh, and The Rolling Stones made their debut, rollicking through a two-and-a-half-hour set on Saturday (June 29, 2013) and scoring five-star reviews across the board.
Mick Jagger Performing With The Rolling Stones At Glastonbury Festival in 2013
The surprise return of David Bowie in 2013 had left many commentators speculating on the possibility of the Thin White Duke headlining the legendary festival, though there was no lingering thoughts of "What if?" once Glastonbury got underway on Friday with a snappy set from Sheffield heroes Arctic Monkeys. Bowie became all but a moot point after Saturday, when Mick Jagger, Keith Richards and company played a career spanning set that included 'Jumping Jack Flash,' 'Tumbling Dice,' 'Start Me Up,' 'You Can't Always Get What You Want,' 'Gimmie Shelter,' 'Doom and Gloom' and 'Midnight Rambler.' "The night belongs to the Stones. By turning on the charm as well as the formidable back catalogue, they prove themselves well worth the wait," said the Guardian's Dorian Lynskey.
Oasis man spent more than £300 in pub.
Liam Gallagher’s not one for ageing gracefully, bless him, not that the punters at The Old White Bear in Hampstead, north west London seemed to mind too much as he indulged in a boozy drinking session with his mates at the weekend, which culminated in him trying to ride around on a dog.
That’s right, the inebriated brother of Noel and former Oasis man hopped on board a passing dog and attempted to ride it like a pony. An onlooker commented “He tried to get on the dog’s back and they were just taking little steps — but it just didn’t work. It was really funny.” The group carried on drinking, including ordering £47 bottles of champagne, however after racking up a tab of more than £300 it looked like they might well depart without paying a penny –and not out of the kindness of the owners.
A source told The Sun: “The poor waitress serving them was crying when she thought she’d lost all the money, but the pub manager ran after him.” Thankfully the incident just seemed to be a bit of drunken forgetfulness, with the manager telling the paper “After £300 of drink you forget things. He was happy to pay straight away when I caught up with him.” Liam always was the more rock n’ roll brother of him and Noel, wasn’t he?
Continue reading: Riding On The Shoulders Of Dogs: Liam Gallagher Gets Wasted
Have you checked out regular Oasis tour DJ Phil Smith’s ‘97 Manchester G-Mex playlist on @Spotify yet? ▷ https://t.co/uFom2w9YOq
RT @NoelGallagher: "... So, I wrote a song about the joy of love." 'Holy Mountain' is out now 👉 https://t.co/mBaKagb6MB https://t.co/EUzzcJ…
RT @NME: In this week’s free NME magazine: Where there’s smoke, there’s @LiamGallagher. Out Friday. Get your copy > https://t.co/vGNgrd9yEE…
RT @NoelGallagher: NEW ALBUM ‘Who Built The Moon?’ out 24.11.17! Pre-order exclusive bundles + vinyl 👉 https://t.co/4PSpEI0733 https://t.co…
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#Throwback to ’95 where Liam & Bonehead discussed Oasis’ early gig circuits & live shows. https://t.co/jCRxSQ36ER
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"Im Mad Fer It" Throwback to this vintage MTV interview from Oasis' massive Loch Lomond gigs in August 1996. https://t.co/9wWQavU3Gr
"Maybe you're the same as me We see things they'll never see You and I are gonna live forever" https://t.co/sMzMzh8VOP
'Definitely Maybe' turns 23 years old today! Have a listen to the 2014 remastered version here ▷… https://t.co/gPXIIvFAxD
The Recording of 'Be Here Now': An Interview With Noel Gallagher By Keith Cameron. Watch it in full ▷ https://t.co/hKfjZKsloD #BeHereNow
RT @DrownedinSound: "An album which captures its cultural moment like few others". @albion1981 reappraises @Oasis' Be Here Now. https://t.c…
RT @BBC6Music: It's Getting Better Man... Or is it? @matteveritt revisits @Oasis' Be Here Now, with archive @NoelGallagher & more https://t…
‘Be Here Now’ reaches the grand age of 20 years old today! 🎧👉 https://t.co/gFktsZL5HN #OasisBeHereNow https://t.co/V09770zGFn
RT @AmazonMusicUK: The fastest-selling album in British chart history, @oasis' Britpop landmark #BeHereNow turns 20 years old today: https:…
RT @BBC6Music: Be Here Now was released 20 years ago today... on a Thursday! @matteveritt revisits @Oasis' third album this morning https:/…
"Some might say that we should never ponder On our thoughts today cos they hold sway over time Some might say- we w… https://t.co/cTr3gvsvB9
21 years ago... #OasisKnebworth https://t.co/qAz86wNAIn
Original posters from the ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?’ campaign. https://t.co/1HzfCen7Dr