“Anyone who has a problem with me singing Oasis tunes isn’t a real Oasis fan, just massive kuntz”
Liam Gallagher has responded to those criticizing him for playing Oasis songs at his live shows.
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The former Oasis singer often includes a handful of the band’s back catalogs in his solo sets.
Writing on Twitter, Gallagher said: “Anyone who has a problem with me singing Oasis tunes is not a real Oasis fan, just a massive CUNTZ,” adding in another tweet: “Oasis til I die “.
Gallagher played two gigs at Knebworth Park this summer, which have been immortalized in concert film knebworth 22,
Gallagher revealed prior to the film’s release that no Oasis songs would be included in the documentary as he claimed that his brother and former bandmate Noel had “blocked him out”.
Anyone who has a problem with me singing Oasis tunes is not a real Oasis fan, just massive CUNTZ
— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) November 20, 2022
talking to nme Recently at the premiere of the film knebworth 22 Director Toby El spoke about the singer’s return to Knebworth Park this summer, calling it “a great moment for a new generation of fans” who weren’t alive when Oasis were around.
Toby said, “I thought there was a lot of beauty and kindness to it because we’ve all been through such a difficult time these past few years.”
In a previous statement, Gallagher explained about the documentary: “I’m still in shock that 26 years after playing with Oasis I got to play Knebworth over two nights.
“To play for so many years apart in one place for so many generations was unbiblical. I’m so glad we documented this. To me Knebworth was and always will be a celebration of the fans as well as the music. Enjoy the movie and do it again in the next 26 years. LG X.
In a four star review of the film, nme wrote: “His knebworth 22 May never quite achieve the near-mythical status of its Oasis predecessor, but – as the film shows – it arrived at a moment when generations of music lovers came together, to tears in their eyes and to enjoy a revelry. An excuse was needed.
In other news, Gallagher was recently announced as the headliners for the Boardmasters Festival in 2023 alongside Florence + The Machine.
Next summer the beach-side festival returns to Newquay, Cornwall from 9-13 August, with Little Simz, Four Tet, Jockstrap and Wonderhorse also set to play.
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