Noel Gallagher announces London date
Last updated: 4th September 2012
Noel Gallagher follows his sold-out tour with a one-off date at the London Shepherds Bush Empire on November 13th.
London, Shepherds Bush Empire (13th November 2012)
Since the release of his Number One charting debut solo album, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds have gone from strenght to strenght. See the "Wonderwall" songsmith this summer at the Isle of Wight and V Festivals, and on his own headline show at the Edinburgh Castle on July 17th. Noel Gallagher then returns with his High Flying Birds in September for more live dates.
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Don’t miss out seeing Noel Gallagher live, perform songs off his Number One solo debut “Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds,” as well as Oasis classics.
Noel Gallagher joined his brother Liam’s band Oasis, then called “Rain” in the early 90’s. His knack for catchy pop melodies, in the vein of classic pop and rock song writing, such as Marc Bolan, The Rolling Stones, The Sex Pistols and, of course, The Beatles hit a nerve with music fans and the media, who were looking for the next big thing while Grunge was slowly on its way out.
The year Kurt Cobain passed away was also the year zero for Noel Gallagher’s new band Oasis. The 5 lads from Manchester literally took the scene by storm. The debut “Definitely maybe” received praise from all corners and quickly established Oasis as a major force.
The band found global fame and stardom with the release of the second album, 1995’s “What’s The Story (Morning Glory)?” The stadium terrace anthem, “Roll With It” went into the legendary chart battle with fellow-Britpopper, Blur. Oasis famously lost the battle but won the Britpop war. “What’s the story (Morning Glory)?” became one of the best selling UK albums of all time and its single “Wonderwall” the anthem of a generation, which established Noel Gallagher as the songwriting genius, he’s recognised to this day.
Oasis went on to release more albums but never reached the commercial success and critical acclaim of their earlier work, but as a live band Oasis were a force to be reckoned with. Oasis kept playing sold-out shows and tours across the globe.
The band’s rollercoaster lifestyle on and off stage, especially the at times violent relationship between Noel and his younger brother Liam have made headlines over the band’s career and eventually led to Oasis’ breakup.
Noel Gallagher has been involved in several side-projects over the years while with Oasis. But so far, the “Wonderwall”-star has shied away from a full solo project. With Oasis now part of Rock ‘n Roll history and Liam Gallagher back with his new band, Beady Eye, all eyes are on Noel Gallagher.
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