Liam Gallagher's outspoken nature is part of his charm. But it also lands him in hot water from time to time...
The filmmakers behind last year's Oscar-winning Amy Winehouse documentary will premiere their 'unprecedented' look at the Gallagher brothers this fall.
Damon Albarn and Blur drew from England's rich musical past to create a witty and poignant postmodern masterpiece that defined the Britpop era.
Welsh actor Iwan Rheon said he used the hot-headed former Oasis frontman as part of the inspiration for the loathsome character.
Although the world might have lost David Bowie, cover songs from the likes of Nirvana, Beck, the White Stripes and Foo Fighters prove his legacy will live forever.
Accompanied by Chrissie Hynde, the Blur and Oasis leaders played a set list that included the Clash, Gorillaz and the Good the Bad & the Queen.
You could call him 'Noelstradamus.'
“It’s not going to happen in the next five years," Gallagher said of an Oasis reunion. "It’s not even on the horizon.”
“I don’t know where the rumors keep coming from about Glastonbury,” Gallagher said. “Would we ever do it? They don’t have enough money, I’m afraid.”
The second album from Oasis didn't just crown them kings of Britpop, it put the brothers Gallagher atop the entire rock world.