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Missed him last time around? Never fear.

Liam Gallagher has just announced a massive UK and Ireland arena tour. 

The former Oasis frontman has had a busy summer, playing huge shows at international festivals such as Lollapalooza and Reading. 

The musician will be showcasing his brand new solo album As You Were in the series of gigs.

The album has not yet be released, and is due out on October 6. 

 Unfortunately, only one of his 10 announced dates will be in Ireland. 

The iconic musician will be playing in Ulster Hall in Belfast on December 30. 

Tickets go on sale at 10am next Friday, September 6.



There is nothing more sickening than missing out on tickets to see your favourite musician. 

For a few very jammy Liam Gallagher fans, their icon himself rectified the matter.

The esteemed musician bumped into some young fans on the street in Dublin, and when he found out that they had missed out on tickets to his gig, he made an extremely sound gesture.


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The former Oasis frontman added all of the young fans to the guestlist for his show, along with a few plus ones. 

Best of all? The whole thing was caught on video so we can live vicariously through the jamminess of these young fellas. 

'Unfortunately Liam we couldn't get tickets to your show, said one.


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Liam then jotted down all of their names so they could attend, and no we're not seething with jealousy, you are. 

You can watch the gesture unfold for yourselves below: 


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If you thought Liam Gallagher's apparent disdain for his brother, Noel, might have diluted somewhat upon the emergence of reports that Noel had donated royalties to victims of Manchester's recent terror attack, you'd be mistaken.

While appearing on Chris Evans’ show on BBC Radio 2 this morning, the former Oasis frontman seemed as determined as ever to fan the flames of controversy that surrounded the Mancunian siblings.

Leaving the dissolution of the world-famous band firmly at Noel's feet, Liam silenced any rumours of a reunion.

"Oasis, that’s done mate,” he told Chris. “That’s done and has been done for a long, long time."

"Regardless of what happened over the weekend or whatever – Noel Gallagher doesn’t want it. Full stop. He’s quite happy doing his stuff. He doesn’t want to have to entertain me because he knows I won’t stand for his stuff."

For more than two decades, the brothers have made headlines due to their tempestuous relationship which has led many to question the authenticity of their supposed feud.

Raising this particular theory with the singer, Chris was met with a resounding no, with Liam saying: "A lot of people think that man, but I wouldn’t put my mum through that."

"It is the real deal. We’re not fond of each other. He’s the middle child and I came along and just spoiled the party."

And if there was any question as to whether an Oasis reunion might be in the works, Liam told the public that his brother's attitude to the industry and the public has confirmed it's a no-hoper.

"He wants to surround himself with little yes men that he can hire and fire whenever he wants, but he’s not getting that with me," Liam said.

"It doesn’t matter about me digging him out or underlining the lack of empathy and sympathy that he has for people in Manchester," he added. "That’s got nothing to do with it. Oasis is done."

Well, that's us told.


Liam Gallagher hit Dublin last night for a sold out show in the Olymipa Theatre.

And while on stage, the singer gave a powerful tribute to the Manchester Arena victims.

The former Oasis frontman performed in the One Love Manchester concert last week, which also hosted acts such as Ariana Grande, Miley Cyrus, Justin Bieber, Coldplay, Take That and Robbie Williams.

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While performing last night, Liam told the crowd, "I want to dedicate this to the people who died in Manchester.

"This is for them," he said before playing Live Forever.

It was captured on social media by Lovin Manchester, and it was very moving:


Liam Gallagher has announced a UK and Ireland tour, and the iconic ex-Oasis frontman is taking his show to Dublin.

The musician will perform at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin on Saturday June 10


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'An era-defining voice and the frontman of his generation, Liam Gallagher kicks off a new stage in his career with the announcement of his debut solo underplay tour,' according to MCD.

The tour opens with a homecoming show at Manchester’s O2 Ritz – all profits from which will be donated to the We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, organised by Manchester City Council in partnership with the British Red Cross.


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To coincide with the announcement of the tour, Liam Gallagher has announced the title of his debut solo single Wall of Glass.

Tickets are on sale now from Ticketmaster. 


Liam Gallagher has opened up about his split from Nicole Appleton in a new interview.  

Liam began dating Nicole back in 2000, and the couple married in 2008.

The Oasis frontman and the All Saints singer divorced in 2014,  when it was revealed that Liam had fathered a child with journalist Liza Ghorbani.

Liam, 44, is finally speaking out about his life choices, and taking responsibility for "hurting a lot of people". 

Speaking to the Daily Telegraph, Liam said: 'The stuff that happened was my own doing. S**t happens, and I apologise."

"I've hurt a lot of people, but that's life. I'm in a good place with my two kids, the divorce is all done, and we move on" he continued. 

Liam had one son with Nicole Applegate, and another son with his previous wife Patsy Kensit. 



Noel Gallagher has admitted that he will reunite Oasis with his brother Liam – but it's not without a cost, and a hefty cost at that.

The musician told the Daily Star: "I’d do it for £20 million for one gig – that is good money isn’t it? But I have never had that offer from anyone yet.”

The group broke up in 2009 after Liam and Noel had a massive argument in Paris, just before they were meant to go on stage, which ended up with Liam swinging a guitar for his brother's head.

However, despite fans begging for a comeback, Noel has pretty much dashed all hopes of a reformation, saying in previous interviews that there's a "one percent chance" of a reunion.

“There would have to be extraordinary circumstances, cause I wouldn’t do it artistically, I don’t need the money, I don’t need the record sales. I can’t think of a reason that I would look to do that. What would be the point? I don’t know. I don’t see what the point would be.”

The Wonderwall writer, who is currently recording his third solo album also told the Daily Star: “Liam is a very angry man still. So he is not cool. He tends to make the easiest things really difficult."

Well, that's our hopes gone down the drain.



It's been almost two decades since All Saints released their first album and promptly scored a global number one with Never Ever.

Now the foursome are back, and if we're being honest they look exactly the same as they did in 1997, although they've lost the crop tops and combat pants.

Apparently we can expect a new album as early as April, with a first single, One Strike, out before then.

Shaznay Lewis has opened up about the writing process for the new song, and she admits it's a bit of a dig at Nicole Appleton's famous ex-husband Liam Gallagher.

"The lyrics came from somewhere very real. Nic was going through a lot of things at that time," she says.

"That was at the forefront of my mind because it was the heaviest thing going on. We spoke for hours and hours on the phone."

After a few years of success and two albums, All Saints came to a rocky end after an argument over a combat jacket at a photoshoot.

"'I would never in a million years have put money on the group ending over a jacket incident," Shaznay said in an interview with The Guardian in 2004. 

"But when that incident happened, it fired up so strong, it had to be over."

The girls reunited back in 2006 for a much-hyped third album, but were dropped by their record label shortly after its release.

"I don't think it was done for the right reasons… I know that I did it for the money," Mel Blatt said of the original failed reunion.

"We got signed before we had even made music again, it wasn't like we felt we had something to give back to the world… we were given an opportunity and took it, without really thinking about it too hard."

Hopefully, ten years on, things go a little better for the famous foursome.



Born to west of Ireland parents Thomas and Peggy Gallagher, it’s no surprise that Liam Gallagher swings by every so often for a bit of a break.

What is probably more surprising, however, is that he is so eager to join in on a local Sunday night seisún.

Still, that’s exactly what happened earlier this week, when the former Oasis frontman called into JJ Finan’s pub in the town of Charlestown in Co. Mayo – where his mother grew up.

Delighting town residents present on the evening (one even made sure to shout out “go on, Gallagher!”), a guitar-wielding Liam joined local musicians in one corner of the well-known public house.

In one accompanying video clip later posted online, cups of milky tea can be seen alongside pints on the table in front of Mr Gallagher and his fellow performers.

Excitingly, the same clip appears to show the 42-year-old rocker singing previously unheard solo material. 

Indeed, the song could well contain a reference to his estranged brother Noel, 48, who quit Oasis back in 2009 – five years before the group was eventually disbanded entirely.

The lyrics include the lines: "Yes I know, I've been wrong. Didn't do what I was told. Yes I know, I've been wrong. Didn't do what I was told. I ain't looking for no 9-5. Sick of wasting all my precious time. Cos it's alright. Cos it's alright now."

Noel’s latest solo album, Chasing Yesterday, was released in February, and Liam also sings the lyrics: "When I wake up and I hear you say, there's no love worth chasing yesterday."

Liam had flown into Knock airport – where he was required to take the obligatory ‘Mayo for Sam’ snap – late last week.

On arrival, Liam popped into the local Mace to pick up no fewer than nine bags of Tayto, five bags of Galaxy Minstrels, six Wispa Golds… and some shaving foam.

He also swung by Charlestown GAA club for photos there.

Reports suggest that he remains in the area now, though he intends returning to Britain shortly. 




Liam Gallagher and Nicole Appleton will reportedly file for a quickie divorce today.

The celebrity couple, who got married in 2008, split up last year.

Documents filed at London’s High Court are said to show the couple’s case is due to be heard this morning.

The marriage broke down last summer after reports that Liam had fathered a daughter with American journalist Liza Ghorbani.

The former Oasis star has apparently moved in with new girlfriend Debbie Gwyther, the manager of his band Beady Eye.

At the end of last year, former All Saints star Nicole posted a series of tweets about how the year had taught her to be prepared for “whatever life throws at you.”

“No matter how good you treat people there will always be people that are blind, take advantage of it and regret it when it’s gone,” she wrote.

“You’re gonna get talked about, left out, used, and even lied to but you have to decide who’s worth the pain and who isn’t. Even the people you care about the most can walk out of your life. 2013 taught me to be prepared for whatever life throws at you,” she added.

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