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Liam Gallagher shares concerning health update as he admits he's on 'downward slide' - www.dailyrecord.co.uk
dailyrecord.co.uk
24.03.2024

Liam Gallagher shares concerning health update as he admits he's on 'downward slide'

Liam Gallagher has revealed he's on a 'downwards slide' and attempting to 'undo years of partying' after he faced multiple health issues.

Fans react after Oasis, Mariah Carey, Jane’s Addiction and more snubbed for Rock N’ Roll Hall Of Fame 2024 - www.nme.com - USA - city Motown - county Norman - city Warwick
nme.com
23.04.2024

Fans react after Oasis, Mariah Carey, Jane’s Addiction and more snubbed for Rock N’ Roll Hall Of Fame 2024

The shortlist of nominees for the Hall Of Fame was shared back in February, when 15 acts were announced as being in the running for this year’s instalment. The list included Foreigner, Ozzy Osbourne, Jane’s Addiction, Dave Matthews Band, Mary J.

Co-op Live ticket holders 'fuming' after being turned away from first ever show just hours before it starts - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
21.04.2024

Co-op Live ticket holders 'fuming' after being turned away from first ever show just hours before it starts

Ticket holders have been turned away from a test event at Manchester's huge new arena just hours before the show was due to start.

Original Oasis bassist Guigsy seen for first time in years - as band celebrates 30th anniversary of debut - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
18.04.2024

Original Oasis bassist Guigsy seen for first time in years - as band celebrates 30th anniversary of debut

He was one of Oasis' founding members. But bassist Paul "Guigsy" McGuigan has rarely been seen in public since he quit the iconic Manchester band at the height of their fame back in 1999.

Liam Gallagher says album with John Squire is “just the starter”: “You want the main course, don’t you? And the fucking dessert” - www.nme.com - Britain - Ireland
nme.com
17.04.2024

Liam Gallagher says album with John Squire is “just the starter”: “You want the main course, don’t you? And the fucking dessert”

Liam Gallagher has said his collaborative album with John Squire is “just the starter”, hinting that further music from the pair is on the horizon.The former Oasis frontman and ex-Stone Roses guitarist released their self-titled, UK Number One record last month before embarking on a joint UK, Ireland and European headline tour.Following the recent live dates, Gallagher said it would “be rude not to do another album” with Squire. “I think it’s got legs, man,” the singer explained of the team-up.

“C’mon”: Liam Gallagher shares footage of son Gene’s band Villanelle, after denying claims of nepotism ahead of support tour - www.nme.com
nme.com
15.04.2024

“C’mon”: Liam Gallagher shares footage of son Gene’s band Villanelle, after denying claims of nepotism ahead of support tour

Liam Gallagher has shared footage of his son’s band, after denying claims of nepotism and announcing the band as the support for his upcoming tour.The update was shared on the former Oasis frontman’s X/Twitter page last night (April 14), and comes following the announcement that his son Gene’s band – called Villanelle – will be the support act for the ‘Definitely Maybe’ 30th anniversary tour.He previously said that he thought that the band were “good” and added: “I’m gonna put them on first for [the ‘Definitely Maybe’] tour”. Villanelle will join Cast and The View as support acts on the upcoming dates.Now, following what seems to be some mixed responses to the announcement, Gallagher has hit back at accusations of nepotism, and shared footage of the band performing live to explain why they were chosen.Posted last night, the video appears to be screen-recorded footage of the band playing during a live show, which they originally shared on their Instagram Stories, and comes with the simple caption: ‘Cmon’.Cmon pic.twitter.com/iWIJ8vklH7— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) April 14, 2024Whilst they currently don’t have any official music out, Villanelle have recently been spotted supporting Brummie rockers Overpass on tour – presumably where the footage was captured.

John Squire says The Stone Roses “aren’t sending each other Christmas cards or anything” - www.nme.com - Britain - Manchester
nme.com
12.04.2024

John Squire says The Stone Roses “aren’t sending each other Christmas cards or anything”

John Squire has downplayed the chances of a Stone Roses reunion, saying that the members “aren’t sending each other Christmas cards or anything”.The comments arose during a new interview with NME, when the former guitarist for the Britpop giants sat down with Liam Gallagher to discuss the huge response to their collaborative self-titled album and UK and European shows.Towards the end of the discussion, the topic turned to the widespread rumours that Liam Gallagher could see eye-to-eye with brother Noel, and come together to reform Oasis in time for this summer’s ‘Definitely Maybe’ 30th anniversary shows.After the former Oasis frontman reaffirmed that “it’s not happening at this moment in time”, the topic turned to the possibility of another reunion from The Stone Roses. Squire still spends time with bassist Mani, who is “into” the two’s collaborative album and even gifted Squire the amplifier that he used during the recent run of live shows.In the discussion, he recalled seeing Mani and former frontman Ian Brown at the funeral of the former’s wife Imelda, who sadly died last November.

Oasis release early live version of ‘Supersonic’ for song’s 30th anniversary - www.nme.com - Britain - city Belfast - city Columbia
nme.com
12.04.2024

Oasis release early live version of ‘Supersonic’ for song’s 30th anniversary

Oasis have released an early live recording of ‘Supersonic’ to mark the 30th anniversary of the release of the band’s iconic debut single.The newly unearthed performance took place at the Limelight in Belfast on 4 September 1994, and the band had discovered shortly before taking to the stage that night that their debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’ had reached Number One on the UK Albums Chart.Now, that version of ‘Supersonic’ can be heard on limited edition physical single formats, including a replica of the original 1994 CD single, which also includes the white label demo of ‘Columbia’, and an individually numbered pearl coloured 7” vinyl. The singles are available here.Check out ‘Supersonic (Live at the Limelight, Belfast, 1994)’ below:The studio version of ‘Supersonic’ was recorded in one day at the Pink Museum Studio in Liverpool in late 1993, and released as the band’s debut single on 11 April 1994.

Liam Gallagher names his favourite Blur song, but says he “could have written ‘Song 2’ standing on his head” - www.nme.com - USA - California
nme.com
12.04.2024

Liam Gallagher names his favourite Blur song, but says he “could have written ‘Song 2’ standing on his head”

Liam Gallagher’s favourite Blur song is, you won’t have to wait any long – see what Liam Gallagher considers to be his top Blur track below.During Blur’s pre-Coachella warm-up gig at the Fox Theater Pomona in California on April 10, frontman Damon Albarn spoke of several instances of Americans trying to claim songwriting credits for their hit track ‘Song 2’.Albarn said onstage: “Because of the nature of American law, if someone gets a lawyer… they can come quite a long way with absolutely no grounds. Someone else this year – not only is it that person who’s convinced they’d written it, but there was another person who was convinced.

The Lathums announce intimate UK warm-up shows ahead of huge Wigan Park gig - www.nme.com - Britain - Malta
nme.com
11.04.2024

The Lathums announce intimate UK warm-up shows ahead of huge Wigan Park gig

The Lathums have announced a run of three intimate UK shows to take place in July this year – read on for all the details.The band will kick off the run at The Fire Station in Sunderland on July 12, before heading to Stoke’s Keele University the following day and finally Asylum at Hull University on July 18.These dates join the previously announced major hometown show at Wigan’s Robin Park on July 19, where they will be joined by Jake Bugg and Brooke Combe. Tickets for the three new shows go on sale at 10am on April 12, and all tickets can be found here.The Lathums will also be part of the line-up for Liam Gallagher’s Malta Weekender in September, as well as Portsmouth’s Victorious Festival in August.The band’s second album ‘From Nothing To A Little Bit More’ was released in March last year and it earned the band their second Number One LP in the UK album charts.The Lathums then followed up the album with the standalone single ‘Thoughts Of A Child’ in October.

Liam Gallagher and John Squire look back on writing The Seahorses’ ‘Love Me And Leave Me’: “We were obviously battered” - www.nme.com - Britain - county Love
nme.com
11.04.2024

Liam Gallagher and John Squire look back on writing The Seahorses’ ‘Love Me And Leave Me’: “We were obviously battered”

Liam Gallagher and John Squire have looked back at their first time working together, when they co-wrote The Seahorses’ song ‘Love Me And Leave Me’.The topic arose during a recent interview with NME, where the former Oasis frontman and ex-Stone Roses guitarist opened up about the response to their collaborative self-titled album and UK and European shows.In the discussion, the duo were asked about how they collaborated once before – during the first phase of Gallagher’s rock’n’roll career and in the second stage of Squire’s.Taking place back in 1997, both of them took songwriting credit for the song ‘Love Me And Leave Me’, which was shared by Squire as part of his short-lived post-Roses band The Seahorses, and released as part of their first and only album ‘Do It Yourself’.“I don’t even remember doing it,” Liam said when asked about the song, which sparked hopes of a future collaboration between them both. “I just remember John being round our house just fucking about.

Lennon Gallagher’s Automotion share “eerie” new single ‘Lost In The Spinal Labyrinth’ - www.nme.com - county Lexington
nme.com
11.04.2024

Lennon Gallagher’s Automotion share “eerie” new single ‘Lost In The Spinal Labyrinth’

Automotion have shared a new single called ‘Lost In The Spinal Labyrinth’ – you can listen to it below.The song will appear on the south London group’s upcoming EP ‘Dissolve’, which is due for release on June 19.Produced and mixed by Patrick James Fitzroy (PVA, Sorry, Katy J Pearson), ‘Lost In The Spinal Labyrinth’ takes the listener through various rhythms, riffs and tones across its six-and-a-half minutes.It is described as being “sometimes subdued and tranquil, [and] at other times heavy and ominous”.In a statement, frontman Jesse Hitchman said: “[‘Lost In The Spinal Labyrinth’] flows through many moods and sonic landscapes to create an interwoven journey with vocals that are both melodic and eerie.”Tune in here:Automation are comprised of Hitchman, guitarist Gallagher (son of former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher) bassist Finton Eatwell-Hurst and drummer Otis Eatwell-Hurst.They’ll play a headline show at The Lexington in London on June 19 to launch their ‘Dissolve’ EP. Tickets are on sale here.‘Lost In The Spinal Labyrinth’ follows on from their previous single ‘Liquify’, which was released in January.

Liam Gallagher defends gig length of tour with John Squire - www.nme.com - Britain - China
nme.com
10.04.2024

Liam Gallagher defends gig length of tour with John Squire

Liam Gallagher has defended the length of his gigs following his recent tour with John Squire.The moment arose during a new conversation with NME, where the former Oasis frontman opened up about the response to his huge collaborative self-titled album with the ex-Stone Roses guitarist, and their recently wrapped up UK and European tour.During the interview, the singer-songwriter was asked about his latest album with the Britpop guitarist, and questioned about why he chose to limit the LP to just 10 songs – despite them already revealing they had material left over from the writing sessions.“I’m glad there’s only 10 songs on the album. I think when you start doing more songs you take the foot off the gas on certain songs.

Watch Liam Gallagher and John Squire perform ‘I’m A Wheel’ on ‘Fallon’ - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - New York - Ireland - county Fallon
nme.com
10.04.2024

Watch Liam Gallagher and John Squire perform ‘I’m A Wheel’ on ‘Fallon’

Liam Gallagher and John Squire performed their song ‘I’m A Wheel’ on US TV last night (April 9) – check out the video below.The duo appeared as the musical guests on yesterday’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon in support of their collaborative self-titled album, which was released last month.Gallagher and Squire’s performance on the NBC chat show aired ahead of their headline gig at the Brooklyn Paramount in New York City tomorrow night (April 11).Tune in here:The former Oasis frontman and ex-Stone Roses guitarist recently wrapped up a UK, Ireland and European tour off the back of their UK Number One record.In a four-star review of the run’s first night in Glasgow, NME wrote: “A man of fewer words than his usual self, Liam’s dominant vocals stay sharp all night, comfortable as ever with this new setlist.”It added: “Squire’s mere return to the stage and the intimate nature of the night may have been enough for some fans; what we received was masterful and refreshing. But if this is a partnership to be continued, they best get started on album two.”Following the tour, Gallagher said it would “be rude not to do another album” with Squire in the future.During a new interview with NME, Gallagher spoke about fans’ response to the pair’s first LP: “People have got high expectations and I’m the same, but after all the dust settles… it’s fucking 10 great songs with some great fucking musicians playing it and I’m singing decent.”Squire added: “It’s still a baby.” Gallagher agreed: “I always say that.”He continued: “The Stone Roses songs have been around for fucking years – everyone wanks over ‘em; Oasis songs have been around for years – everyone wanks over ‘em.

Liam Gallagher responds to Andy Bell’s comments on an Oasis reunion - www.nme.com
nme.com
09.04.2024

Liam Gallagher responds to Andy Bell’s comments on an Oasis reunion

Liam Gallagher has responded to Andy Bell‘s recent comments about a potential Oasis reunion.Bell played bass for the Britpop band between 1999 and 2009, before joining Gallagher’s group Beady Eye. During an interview about Ride‘s new album ‘Interplay’ and their upcoming tour, Bell said Oasis would “probably” get back together at some point.“Yeah, they probably will.

Ride’s Andy Bell says Oasis “probably will” get back together - www.nme.com
nme.com
08.04.2024

Ride’s Andy Bell says Oasis “probably will” get back together

Ride’s Andy Bell has weighed in his thoughts on the possibility of an Oasis reunion, and said that he thinks Noel and Liam Gallagher “probably will” get back together.The comments arose in a new interview that the musician took part in with Virgin Radio, where he spoke about his upcoming tour with the recently reunited band, Ride.While emerging into the spotlight with bands Ride and Hurricane, Bell went on to join the Britpop icons after both previous projects split – taking on the role of bassist, despite being a guitarist originally. He joined the line-up in 1999 and remained in the group until the band split in 2009.“I got into [Oasis] very early on, and I saw some really early gigs of theirs… I saw them upwards of ten times all around the country, so yeah, I’m a huge fan,” he told the outlet, going on to recall how he eventually joined the band.“It was a couple of years after Ride split, and I was in a new band called Hurricane.

Neighbours cast returning to Manchester to celebrate 40th anniversary of Australian soap - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Australia - Britain - Manchester - Birmingham - city Newcastle
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
05.04.2024

Neighbours cast returning to Manchester to celebrate 40th anniversary of Australian soap

Iconic cast members from the long-running Australian soap Neighbours are coming to Manchester next year to celebrate the show’s 40th anniversary.

Pet Shop Boys to hold intimate "in conversation" event at iconic Manchester venue - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
05.04.2024

Pet Shop Boys to hold intimate "in conversation" event at iconic Manchester venue

Music icons Pet Shop Boys are to hold an intimate "in conversation" event with fans at an historic Manchester location to celebrate the release of their new album.

Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’ named UK’s most-streamed song from ’70s, ’80s and ’90s - www.nme.com - Britain - Houston
nme.com
02.04.2024

Oasis’ ‘Wonderwall’ named UK’s most-streamed song from ’70s, ’80s and ’90s

Oasis‘ classic hit single ‘Wonderwall’ is the most-streamed song from the 1970s to the 1990s.The 1995 single reached Number Two on the official singles chart at the time of its release and has since gone on to be one of the biggest selling ever, despite never topping the charts.Out of 300 of the most-streamed songs in the UK, from the ’70, ’80s and ’90s, ‘Wonderwall’ topped the lot, according to the Official Charts Company. It comes after it was previously revealed as the biggest selling Britpop track of the 1990s.Queen came in at Number Two with their 1975 classic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ while Fleetwood Mac rounded out the top five with ‘Everywhere’ and ‘Dreams’ in the remaining places.Elsewhere, Oasis’ ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ also came in at Number Seven. You can view the full list here and the Top 10 most streamed songs below.The Official Top 300 most-streamed songs from the 70s, 80s and 90s:1. Oasis – ‘Wonderwall’2. Queen – ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’3. Fleetwood Mac – ‘Everywhere’4. Fleetwood Mac – ‘Dreams’5. Queen – ‘Don’t Stop Me Now’6. Toto – ‘Africa’7. Oasis – ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’8. Goo Goo Dolls – ‘Iris’9. Journey – ‘Don’t Stop Believin”10. Whitney Houston – ‘I Wanna Dance With Somebody’ Meanwhile, it was recently announced that the 30th anniversary of Oasis’ ‘Supersonic’ would be marked by a re-release of the track as a physical single.The track was initially released on April 11, 1994, and was the debut single from the Britpop icons – later appearing on their iconic debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’.Liam Gallagher confirmed the news last month.

The Streets and Maisie Peters lead new names for Boardmasters 2024 - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
01.04.2024

The Streets and Maisie Peters lead new names for Boardmasters 2024

The Streets, Maisie Peters and Ghetts are among artists that have been announced in the next wave of acts for Boardmasters 2024.Professor Green, Cat Burns, Future Utopia and Sammy Virji are also set to perform at the Cornwall surf and music festival from 7-11 August, joining the previously announced Stormzy, Sam Fender, Chase & Status, Becky Hill and more.The latest wave of acts completes the 2024 line-up, where hundreds of acts will perform across 11 stages at two sites on the Cornish Coast – Watergate Bay and Fistral Beach.The DJ line-up for this year is completed by Ewan McVicar, Eliza Rose, Hedex and Eskman, Andy C, Hannah Laing and more.Other artists set to perform at the 2024 edition include Bicep, Nia Archives, Tom Odell, Soft Play, English Teacher and Katy B.Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased here. Check out the full line-up below.A post shared by Boardmasters (@boardmasters) Stage splits for the festival have also now been announced, which attendees can check out on the website.This year, the festival has been granted permission to expand its capacity from 53k to 58k.Last year’s headliners for Boardmasters included Lorde, Liam Gallagher and Florence + The Machine, and the event ran between August 9-13.

Liam Gallagher announces son Gene’s band as support act for ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour - www.nme.com - city Sheffield
nme.com
01.04.2024

Liam Gallagher announces son Gene’s band as support act for ‘Definitely Maybe’ tour

Liam Gallagher has announced his son Gene’s band will be the support act for the ‘Definitely Maybe’ 30th anniversary tour.On X/Twitter, Liam announced the news in response to a fan who asked for his thoughts on his son Gene’s band. Villanelle features Gene on vocals and guitar; it looks to be a four-piece band.The former Oasis frontman said he thought Villanelle were “good”, and added: “I’m gonna put them on first for [the ‘Definitely Maybe’] tour”.

X Factor star Lucy Spraggan announces engagement and says Simon Cowell will give her away - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Smith
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
31.03.2024

X Factor star Lucy Spraggan announces engagement and says Simon Cowell will give her away

X Factor star Lucy Spraggan has shared the exciting news that she's getting married - and says Simon Cowell will be walking her down the aisle. The 32-year-old singer, who appeared on the ITV singing contest in 2012, told her Instagram followers that she'll be tying the knot to her girlfriend Emilia Smith in June this year.

Trainer legend who has Adidas range counts Liam Gallagher and Roy Keane amongst his fans - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Manchester - county King George - Adidas
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
31.03.2024

Trainer legend who has Adidas range counts Liam Gallagher and Roy Keane amongst his fans

Trainer guru Gary Aspden, who counts Roy Keane and Liam Gallagher amongst his fans, has certainly put his hometown of Darwen on the map. As a lifelong fan of Adidas, Gary used to lead the Adidas Entertainment Team worldwide and came up with the idea for the brand's Spezial trainer range in 2014.

Liam Gallagher says it would “be rude not to do another album” with John Squire - www.nme.com - Britain - London - Ireland
nme.com
28.03.2024

Liam Gallagher says it would “be rude not to do another album” with John Squire

Liam Gallagher has expressed his desire to make a second album with John Squire.Gallagher opened up about touring with the former Stone Roses guitarist in a new Instagram reel of their recent show in London. The duo have just wrapped up their UK/Ireland leg and are soon to embark on their international leg this April.In the reel, the former Oasis frontman called touring with Squire “mega”, adding: “Being on stage with John Squire, the band is top so I’ve got to be right on my fucking game.

Liam Gallagher says 'i'm not dying' in bizarre social media post - www.manchestereveningnews.co.uk - Britain - Manchester
manchestereveningnews.co.uk
28.03.2024

Liam Gallagher says 'i'm not dying' in bizarre social media post

Liam Gallagher has moved to reassure fans he is 'not dying' after last week opening up on his health. The former Oasis frontman is currently on tour with Stone Roses guitar hero John Squire as part of their colloboration album.

Liam Gallagher says he needs to “undo” years of partying: “I’m on the downward slide” - www.nme.com
nme.com
25.03.2024

Liam Gallagher says he needs to “undo” years of partying: “I’m on the downward slide”

Liam Gallagher has revealed he needs to “undo” years of partying, admitting he’s “on the downward slide”.In a new interview with The Sun, the singer revealed he was trying to “undo years of partying” after being diagnosed with multiple health conditions.“It’s time to undo it all now and get back to reality,” he told the newspaper. “All that stuff that you thought was cool in the early days…it’s time to get healthy.

This is what the Reading & Leeds 2024 line-up would look like without grassroots music venues - www.nme.com - Britain
nme.com
25.03.2024

This is what the Reading & Leeds 2024 line-up would look like without grassroots music venues

Reading & Leeds would look very different this year if it weren’t for grassroots music venues.As revealed in a concept poster shared by the Music Venue Trust, the festival would be missing virtually all of its 2024 artists – including headliners Liam Gallagher, Fred again.., Lana Del Rey, Catfish And The Bottlemen and Gerry Cinnamon – if it weren’t for their foundations in grassroots venues.The reimagined poster highlights how many of today’s most successful artists came up by playing smaller music venues, which continue to face indefinite closure across the UK without urgent government action and investment.“Today’s festival headliners can only sell thousands of tickets because of the essential role played by these venues in their development,” the MVT shared in a social media post today (Monday 25).“Nurtured in grassroots music venues, they built their audiences from tens to hundreds, laying the foundation for their success on the grand stages of festivals like Reading & Leeds.”Check out the bare line-up poster below.The Reading & Leeds festival lineup poster, minus any artists who launched their careers in Grassroots Music Venues….Posted by Music Venue Trust on Monday, March 25, 2024Only artists like Reneé Rapp, who started in theatre, Digga D, who rose to prominence with freestyles, and Kenny Beats, who came from a production and industry background, would remain on the bill.It’s not just the Reading & Leeds line-up that would lose most of its acts were it not for grassroots music venues.

Liam Gallagher opens up about health problems from partying lifestyle - 'I'm on a downwards slide' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
24.03.2024

Liam Gallagher opens up about health problems from partying lifestyle - 'I'm on a downwards slide'

Oasis star Liam Gallagher has revealed he's on a health mission to 'undo years of partying' as he battles arthritis and an autoimmune condition.The 51 year old confessed that his past lifestyle of boozing and drug use is catching up with him, leading to a big change in how he lives. In 2023, Liam shared that he needed hip joint replacements due to arthritis caused by a long-term thyroid problem, which led to a major hip operation. Earlier, in 2017, he was diagnosed with Hashimoto's disease, an autoimmune condition affecting the thyroid gland, and he also suffers from the skin condition psoriasis.

Tom DeLonge had heatstroke during Blink-182 gig in Paraguay - www.nme.com - Britain - USA - Mexico - Dublin - Paraguay
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23.03.2024

Tom DeLonge had heatstroke during Blink-182 gig in Paraguay

Tom DeLonge has opened up about suffering heatstroke during Blink-182‘s recent gig in Paraguay.The pop-punk band recently played a gig at Parque Olímpico in Luque on March 19. DeLonge reportedly left the stage during the last part of ‘More Than You Know’, taken from their newest album ‘One More Time…‘; yesterday (March 22), he shared it was due to heatstroke.“This was about 1 min before heat stroke hit,” he captioned a photo on Instagram.

BBC Radio 2's Claudia Winkleman fights tears as she says 'goodbye' - www.ok.co.uk
ok.co.uk
23.03.2024

BBC Radio 2's Claudia Winkleman fights tears as she says 'goodbye'

After three years at the helm of Radio 2, presenter Claudia Winkleman has officially quit her role on the broadcaster's Saturday morning slot.The 52 year old waved goodbye to her listeners on her final show on Saturday, 23 March, and said: "We’ve come to the end and I'm allergic to goodbyes but i do want to say many thanks yous, I would like to thank Helen and everyone at Radio 2." Her voice wavering as it sounded like she was fighting tears, she added: "But my biggest thanks are to you the listeners, I have worked in tele for 24 years and I have never been more nervous than I was taking over for Graham you were warm welcoming and so lovely to me... "I love your weekly messages and updates, I just want to say thank you so much." Hanging up her headphones, the host played one parting song, saying: "This is from me to you, it could only be this…" before playing Wonderwall by Oasis.

Travis share single ‘Gaslight’ and talk new album ‘L.A. Times’: “America is so wrapped in their own history” - www.nme.com
nme.com
21.03.2024

Travis share single ‘Gaslight’ and talk new album ‘L.A. Times’: “America is so wrapped in their own history”

Travis have shared their jaunty new single ‘Gaslight’ and spoken to NME about their new album ‘L.A. Times’, supporting The Killers on their upcoming tour and 25 years of ‘The Man Who’.The Glasgow quartet’s first record in four years is set for release on July 12 via BMG and focuses on the City Of Angels, where frontman Fran Healy has lived for the last decade.During that time, the charismatic band leader has found himself the victim of a car-jacking and in a separate incident was “mauled” by a sausage dog that he tried to rescue from the scene of a car crash.“Do you wanna see my scar [where I was bitten]?” he laughed holding out his hand as NME sat down with him to survey the damage at BMG’s London headquarters.

Oasis to celebrate 30 years of ‘Supersonic’ by re-releasing physical single - www.nme.com
nme.com
20.03.2024

Oasis to celebrate 30 years of ‘Supersonic’ by re-releasing physical single

Oasis are set to celebrate the 30th anniversary of ‘Supersonic’ by re-releasing the track as a physical single.The track was initially released on April 11, 1994, and was the debut single from the Britpop icons – later appearing on their now iconic first studio album ‘Definitely Maybe’.Although going on to be one of the most successful songs in their discography, the song was originally based as a demo and was reportedly written by Noel Gallagher in the studio, while the other members were on a lunch break.It was recorded in a single day at the Pink Museum Studio in Liverpool on December 19, 1993, and produced by Oasis with their live sound engineer, Mark Coyle.Now, 30 years after it was first shared, Liam Gallagher has confirmed that the band will be re-sharing it as a physical release.“To celebrate 30 years of Supersonic, the original CD single and a limited edition pearl-coloured and numbered 7” release on April 12th, 2024,” he wrote in a new post on Instagram this morning (March 20).Alongside the debut single, the physical copies will feature ‘Take Me Away’ – a track which also appeared as a B-Side to ‘Supersonic’ when it was first released.

Iconic Wolverhampton music venue renamed under university partnership - www.nme.com
nme.com
15.03.2024

Iconic Wolverhampton music venue renamed under university partnership

Blur, Queen, David Bowie, One Direction, The Who, Take That and many more.It reopened in May last year having undergone a £48million revamp, and was rebranded as The Halls.

Watch Liam Gallagher and John Squire cover The Rolling Stones as they kick off UK and Ireland tour - www.nme.com - Britain - Scotland - Ireland
nme.com
14.03.2024

Watch Liam Gallagher and John Squire cover The Rolling Stones as they kick off UK and Ireland tour

Liam Gallagher and John Squire kicked off their joint UK and Ireland headline tour last night (March 13) – check out footage and see the full setlist below.The former Oasis frontman and ex-Stone Roses guitarist played an 11-song set at the legendary Barrowland Ballroom in Glasgow, Scotland where they showcased their collaborative debut album in full.Additionally, the pair and their backing band treated the crowd to a cover of The Rolling Stones‘ classic 1968 single ‘Jumpin’ Jack Flash’ to round off the evening.

Liam Gallagher poses with fans in Glasgow ahead of Barrowland gig - www.dailyrecord.co.uk - Scotland - city Aberdeen
dailyrecord.co.uk
13.03.2024

Liam Gallagher poses with fans in Glasgow ahead of Barrowland gig

Liam Gallagher was in a jubilant mood following his new number one album as he met fans in Glasgow ahead of his Barrowland gig in the city.

John Squire on why he’s never had a signature guitar - www.nme.com - Britain
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12.03.2024

John Squire on why he’s never had a signature guitar

John Squire has revealed the reason why he has never launched his own signature guitar.The Stone Roses member is regarded as one of the most influential British rock guitarists of the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, and an icon of the Britpop scene – so it may come as a surprise that he has never issued a signature model of his own.Well, during a new interview with Guitarist Magazine as part of the March cover story, Squire was asked why he had yet to release his own design, which led to him revealing the simple answer: “No one’s asked me.”Speaking with the outlet, the Stone Roses star also shared that another British guitar asked him the same question, and speculated the issue may have been to do with the brand he plays the most often.“Jimmy Page once said to me, ‘Have Gibson not been onto you?’ And I said, ‘No, maybe I play too many [Fender] Strats.’ Jimmy said, ‘Yeah, probably,’” he recalled, before going on to add: “I think it’s more likely to be that they don’t know who I am.”The interview with Guitarist comes in light of Squire teaming up with another Britpop icon, Liam Gallagher, to share a collaborative album.Both the former Oasis star and Stone Roses frontman shared their self-titled debut album earlier this month, following the release of the lead single ‘Just Another Rainbow’ and follow-up ‘Mars to Liverpool’.The album was given a four-star review, with NME stating: “Although [Squire has] been more focused on creating visual art in recent years, the guitarist’s genius remains undimmed, as he adorns these bluesy arrangements with slow-burning grooves and wailing licks that ache with his life-long love of Jimi Hendrix and Jimmy Page.”“This is psychedelic, on occasion even transcendent music brought down to earth by

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