Supersonic, the terrific new documentary about the peak years of Oasis, will be released to theaters in the United States as a one-night-only event on Wednesday, October 26th.
There was so much great pop music released in 2011 — both by established artists and newcomers — that I had a tough time whittling my favorites down to just 20.
Noel Gallagher made his first public comments about the breakup of Oasis and also talked about his two forthcoming solo albums at a press conference on Wednesday, July 6th at London’s Electric Cinema.
Beady Eye’s tour hit New York City’s Webster Hall on the evening of Thursday, June 23rd, and in what was a hot, sweaty, and absolutely packed, sold-out venue, the former members of Oasis delivered a show that left the raucous crowd quite pleased.
The Slough, England-based quartet Brother is one UK band that is poised for success both in their home country and elsewhere.
Beady Eye have been all over music radio in the UK lately to promote their debut album, which is titled Different Gear, Still Speeding.
Former Oasis frontman Liam Gallagher has been doing the press rounds recently in the run up to the release of the debut album by his new band, Beady Eye.
New band features three ex-Oasis members; debut album is due March 1
Beady Eye, the new band fronted by former Oasis lead vocalist Liam Gallagher, have offered their first release, a piano-driven rock-and-roll number titled “Bring The Light,” as a free download from the band’s Web site.
Time Flies . . . 1994-2009, the new two-CD collection that compiles almost all of Oasis’ UK singles, is an excellent primer for fans just getting into the band.