19 November 2017

Video: Liam Gallagher In Denver


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

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Liam Gallagher On Primal Scream


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about Primal Scream, he said he's seen them a few times and expressed his love for Bobby Gillespie.

"I was trying to remember the first time I saw primal Scream, and I thought it was at this festival up in Glasgow. Slam, I think it was called. It was around the time of Screamadelica, I think, and we'd done a load of Es and gone up there, but they weren't playing: we just walked in to one of the tents, and the DJ started playing 'Come Together', and all I remember is thinking 'What the fuck is this?' It was just... the bollocks, man.

He added "And I saw them a few times since I've been in London. I love Bobby Gillespie, man, he's a dude. I went down to The Bunker a few times, there old studio in primrose Hill. I know there's a story about us jamming with the guy from Can - I don't remember him, but apparently we had a little jam. I obviously can't play anything, so I must have sat in the corner talking absolute shit on drugs."

 

Liam Gallagher On Yoko Ono


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about Yoko Ono, he said "She was nice, really nice to me".

He said "I went to the Dakota once, I was in a hotel, and one of my mates went 'You should try and meet Yoko,' It was when (my son) Lennon was born or a couple of months after, I went, 'nah, I'm not into all that bollocks, meeting people.' And he's like, 'Just let me make a call.' So he does it, and then he goes 'You'll never guess what's happened. They've just got back and said do you want a morning meeting or an evening meeting?' I was sat at the bar, going 'Leave it out.' So for a joke I said, I'll have a morning meeting. Next morning. I'm having breakfast and he's like 'We've got to go, it's on.' We were at a hotel down the road, so I had a quick little quick drink to calm my nerves, walked up the roadand the geezer's going 'Can I help you, sir?' and I went. 'yeah it's Mr Gallagher.' So we go through the forecourt into this little lift, one of those old wind-up lifts".

He added "We go to her floor - I won't say what floor she's on - press the number, and she opened the door. She's like 'D'you want a cup of tea?' and we start talking. She was nice, really nice to me. On one of her banners it says "While I've been hibernating I've been gathering wings'. I've been trying to get that in a song for ages. I could never get it in, but I got it on 'I've All I need' on the new album. Got it in, man. After all these years."

Liam Gallagher On The La's


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about the La's, and said that the band were as important to him as The Stones Roses.

"The La's were as important to me as The Stones Roses, without a doubt. Those two to me are like The Beatles and the Stones of my generation. Just as a frontman for me, and his look, Lee Mavers is up there with Ian brown. Amazing songwriter, but he was a proper, proper frontman as well. he's got a Marley thing. i think. I met him a few times, he's always a bit spikey and that, but I'm still intrigued by him, which is the most beautiful thing".

He added "He's gonna be like Prince when he pops his clogs: he's going to have like an Aladdin's cave, with all sorts of mad albums, but he just doesn't want to get caught up in all the razzamatazz, which is fair enough. The thing about lee Mavers is that he's not being bought. he's not for fucking sale. I love that about him. But at the same time , I wish we could hear more music by him. It's like 'All right, you're not for sale and you're not having a sale, but at least open the shop doors every now and again.'"

Liam Gallagher On Paul Weller


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about Paul Weller, he said that he was into a lot of his stuff and that in the 90s he was madder than me and Noel put together.

He said "My other brother Paul was more into The Jam, when we were all living at home. He was massive on them. I really like The Jam as well, but I remember when he came out with his solo stuff, that was what I really got into, when he was doing 'Into Tomorrow' and things like that. After that I was into a lot of his stuff. I remember I went to see him at the Apollo with Steve Cradock around 'Wild Wood' and it was amazing. Amazing voice, amazing songs. He Looked like an honorary Manc at the time. I thought he looked really cool. I like him then, I still like him now. All his new stuff is great: that thing he did for that boxing film recently (Jawbone), mega. we hung around him a lot, obviously, when Oasis kicked off".

He added "He was Noel's mate, but I got on with him, without a doubt, top geezer. he used to tell me to keep writing songs, keep going with it, and he always into my voice. I think. He digs it. And he was mad as fuck. In the 90s he was madder than me and Noel put together, I'm telling you: he was wild."

Liam Gallagher On His Love For 'The Verve'


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the NME Gold about one of his favourite bands The Verve, he said that he loved them and that they don't make bands like them anymore.

"The first time I saw The Verve was in Manchester, at the Hop & Grape or somewhere like that. They were fucking heavy in the early days. I loved touring with them with Oasis. Whereas we were a bit more punky, they were out there: more a jam thing. I just remember Ashcroft having his socks and shoes off and all that. I saw Richard recently, we were both doing a gig in Finland: he was on fire. His voice has got really gnarly. and he was on his hands and knees, good energy about him".

He added "A lot of people, proper verve heads, didn't like 'Urban Hymns' but I think there's some amazing songs on that. Before they didn't have that 'Blue' is an amazing song, but all the songs on 'Urban Hymns' are great. I remember when it was kicking off for them, we were in America, and hearing about it. It was like. 'What's going on with this? better get back to England and sort this shit out.' But I loved them, I really did. They don't make them like that anymore."

 NME Gold: Liam Gallagher is on sale now.

Listen To Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'Who Built The Moon?' On 'Radio X' Thursday


On Thursday at 8pm (UK Time) Noel Gallagher will be on Radio X.

He will be playing 'Who Built the Moon?' in full and chatting to Gordon Smart and John Kennedy about it the day before it's official release.

Liam Gallagher On The Best Gig He's Played This Year


In the latest issue of Q Liam Gallagher was asked what is the best gig he's played this year? Was it the Manchester concert for the victims of the bombing?

He said "Yeah, there's been some good ones. But (with our own shows) Glastonbury was great. I'm not sure if we were great but sometimes the occasion takes over, the crowd make it special, and that was one of them. We've done some really good ones when there weren't many people there, but let's not talk about that (laughs)... So Glastonbury".


Check Out The Newest Liam Gallagher Merchandise From The Official Store


Click here to check the latest merchandise available online now plus stayed tuned for the massive new tour range next month.


Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Denver


Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at the Gothic Theatre in Denver, USA yesterday.

Rock 'n' Roll Star
Morning Glory
Greedy Soul
Wall Of Glass
I've All I Need
Bold
For What It's Worth
Some Might Say
Slide Away
I Get By
You Better Run
Be Here Now
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Live Forever

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Mad crowd tnight in Denver lots of city fans in the area thank you as you were LG x

18 November 2017

Noel Gallagher With Frank Skinner On Absolute Radio Later This Month


Absolute Radio
26th November
21:00

Noel Gallagher chats to Frank Skinner , in an extended chat about 'Who Built The Moon?' and more.

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More reverse psychology by the creepy little fart your done rkid the people have got your number as you were LG x

Liam Gallagher On The Funniest Thing To Happen To Him In 2017


Liam Gallagher has been asked by the current issue of Q what was the funniest thing to happen to him in 2017.

He said "There was this bloke on Hampstead Heath who dropped his trousers and showed me his John Lennon tattoo. But the crowd surfing was pretty funny. It's not all it's cracked up to be but it was good to get among the people. There were a couple of (Foo Fans) down the front that were booing me, so I thought I'd just crowd-surf to fart on all their heads. Cop that you cunt! Then other people were cheering so I'd fart on their heads too. Have that cunt! It was good revenge".

How Did Liam Gallagher Celebrate When 'As You Were' Sold 100,000 Copies In It's First Week?


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the new issue of Q and was asked how he celebrated his debut album 'As You Were' getting to number one on the UK album chart with over 1000,000 sales.

He said "I didn't mate. Today is the first time I've been out since I heard about it. I hadn't even left the house. I thought I'd save myself for you lot. I've been recovering from my trip to LA, where I went crowd surfing. I'd had a drink and that, and I thought we were going to sing 'I Am The Walrus', I forgot the words and jumped into the crowd. People were pinching my arse really hard so I was getting over that."

Check out the video below of Liam joining the Foo Fighters at the CalJam festival to perform The Beatles 'Come Together'.

Liam Gallagher On What He's Looking Forward To In 2018


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the current issue of Q about his plans for 2018.

He said "More of the same, but at the moment I'm looking forward to playing live. We're going to America to give them another opportunity to "tut", There's nothing better then going to America and watching people "tut" you. Then there's the sold-out UK tour of arenas and then Australia. It's going to be great man".

Liam Gallagher On His Highlight Of 2017


Liam Gallagher has spoken to the new issue of Q and was asked what his highlight of 2017 was.

He said "Going to number one, I guess. But releasing a fucking record, wherever it goes, that was the highlight, because I didn't really expect it to happen.

During the same interview he was asked did he expect it to sell 100,000 copies in its first week.

He replied ""No, I didn't to be fair. I didn't think I was even going to make a record this year. So to have done that has been amazing".

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Today is all about Denver as you were LG x 

Jesus as you were LG x

Noel Gallagher On 'Who Built The Moon?', Oasis, Liam And More


Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher from the German website www.deutschlandfunk.de, he talks about 'Who Built The Moon?', Oasis, Liam, and more.

PLEASE NOTE the interview has been translated, find the original article here.

Noel Gallagher On 'Who Built The Moon?', Oasis, Liam, Dave Grohl And More


Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher from the Brazilian Rolling Stone Magazine, he talks about 'Who Built The Moon?', Oasis, Liam, Dave Grohl and more.

PLEASE NOTE the interview has been translated, find the original article here.

Noel Gallagher Is On The Cover Of Italian Magazine 'Icon'


Noel Gallagher is on the cover of Icon Magazine in Italy that is on sale now.

Noel Gallagher Is On The Cover Of The Brazilian 'Rolling Stone' Magazine


Noel Gallagher is on the cover of the Brazilian 'Rolling Stone' Magazine, that is on sale now.






Liam Gallagher Rolls Into Denver


Liam Gallagher will play at the Gothic Theatre in Denver, USA later today.

Noel Gallagher Is On Football Focus Later Today On BBC One


Watch an interview with Noel Gallagher on Football Focus, later today, 12:00 (UK Time) on BBC One and the BBC Sport website & app.

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17 November 2017

Noel Gallagher On 'Who Built The Moon?' Oasis, Liam, Parka Monkeys And More


While countless nostalgic Britpop aficionados still yearn for the day when Oasis’s Gallagher brothers will once again share a stage — and even younger sibling Liam, who released his debut album As You Were in October, seems more interested in getting back with Oasis than pursuing his own solo career.

Noel Gallagher isn’t looking back, in anger or otherwise. Instead, he’s releasing his most forward-thinking, adventurous, and ambitious album yet, Who Built the Moon?, out Nov. 24.

A kaleidoscopic, four-years-in-the-making project produced by electronic artist/DJ/film composer David Holmes and drawing inspiration from French jazz, psychedelic pop, soul, disco, ambient music, Brian Eno, and even Kanye West, it sounds like nothing the 50-year-old Mancunian rock idol has recorded before. It doesn’t sound like Oasis, at least.

Click here to read the full interview.

Liam Gallagher Is On The Cover Of Q


When Liam met Ed…

On sale Tuesday 21st November, the new issue of Q is an all-star special.

We reveal what happened when Liam Gallagher crossed paths with Ed Sheeran at the Q Awards and speak to a stellar cast about how 2017 has been for them, including Stormzy, Gorillaz, Manic Street Preachers, Kasabian, Sleaford Mods, Rag’N’Bone Man, Wiley and more.


Gallery:Noel Gallagher And His Wife Sara Enjoy A Night Out


Click here for a number of pictures of Noel Gallagher enjoying a night out in London yesterday with his Wife Sara.

Noel Gallagher On 'Who Built The Moon?', Oasis' 'Be Here Now', Liam, Beady Eye, Taylor Swift And More


Click here to read an interview with Noel Gallagher who talks about 'Who Built The Moon?', Oasis' 'Be Here Now', Liam, Beady Eye, Taylor Swift and more.

Liam Gallagher's Latest Tweet


Pot kettle black as you were LG x

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds At 'Neighbourhood Weekender' Is Now Sold Out


Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds will headline Warrington’s Neighbourhood Weekender, Victoria Park, Sunday 27th May!





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US Spotify Users: Win A Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds Album Canvas


US Spotify users...

Here's your chance to win an album canvas signed by Noel Gallagher! To enter the competition pre-save 'Who Built The Moon?' here.

Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds - It's A Beautiful World (Behind The Scenes)

Find out more about the recording process of new track 'It's A Beautiful World' in the official behind the scenes video, which includes interviews with Noel, spoken word artist (and ✂️ supremo) Charlotte Marionneau and producer David Holmes.

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Video: Liam Gallagher In Phoenix


Below are a number of videos of Liam Gallagher at The Van Buren in Phoenix, USA yesterday.

Setlist: Liam Gallagher In Phoenix


Below is the setlist for Liam Gallagher at The Van Buren in Phoenix, USA yesterday.

Rock 'n' Roll Star
Morning Glory
Greedy Soul
Wall Of Glass
I've All I Need
Bold
For What It's Worth
Some Might Say
Slide Away
I Get By
You Better Run
Be Here Now
Cigarettes & Alcohol
Live Forever

Source: SetlistFm

Noel Gallagher: Manchester City Are Playing 'Cosmic' Football


Manchester City fan Noel Gallagher says there is something "very special" going on at his club and describes the brand of football they are playing this season as "cosmic".

Click here to watch the video.

Noel Gallagher Is On Football Focus Tomorrow On BBC One


Watch an interview with Noel Gallagher on Football Focus, Saturday 18 November, 12:00 (UK Time) on BBC One and the BBC Sport website & app.

Noel Gallagher On 'Cosmic Pop', Liam, 'Who Built the Moon?' U2, Scissors And More


As the title of his incoming third solo album - Who Built The Moon? - suggests, all is not as it once appeared on planet Noel. After nearly 25 years rattling out earth-friendly, chart-topping hits, suddenly the atmosphere has changed. The Noel-axis has tilted and the recording studio controls have been set for the heart of the sun.

Click here to read the full article and watch the videos of the interview.

Listen To Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds 'It's A Beautiful World'


Review: Liam Gallagher In Los Angeles


Click here to read a review of Liam Gallagher at The Wiltern in Los Angeles, USA earlier this week.

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