William John Paul (Liam) GALLAGHER

Biography

Gender Male
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Birthdate 1972-09-21
Education N/A
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Recreations supporting Man City
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Style Liam Gallagher
Career formerly with band The Rain, fndr memb (lead vocals) Oasis 1991-2009, memb Beady Eye 2009-; fndr Pretty Green (clothing label); >ir< with Oasis: Definitely Maybe 1994 (entered UK charts no 1, fastest selling debut album in British history), (What's the Story) Morning Glory? 1995 (UK no 1), Be Here Now 1997 (UK no 1), The Masterplan 1998 (compilation, UK no 2), Familiar to Millions 2000 (live album, UK no 5), Heathen Chemistry 2002 (UK no 1), Don't Believe the Truth 2005 (UK no 1); with Beady Eye: Different Gear, Still Speeding 2011, BE 2013; contrib Help (Warchild album) 1995; >ir< top 10 UK singles with Oasis incl: Live Forever (no 10), Cigarettes & Alcohol (no 7), Whatever (no 3), Some Might Say (no 1), Roll With It (no 2), Wonderwall (no 2), Don't Look Back in Anger (no 1), D'You Know What I Mean (no 1), Stand By Me (no 2), All Around the World (no 1), Go Let It Out (no 1), Who Feels Love (no 4), Sunday Morning Call (no 4), The Hindu Times (no 1), Stop Crying Your Heart Out (no 2), Little By Little/She is Love (no 2), Songbird (no 3), Lyla (no 1), The Importance of Being Idle (no 1), Let There Be Love (no 2); with Beady Eye incl The Roller 2011; >ir< incl: Best New Group Brit Awards 1995, Best Group and Best Album ((What's the Story) Morning Glory?) Brit Awards 1996, Best Group and Best Song (Wonderwall) MTV Music Awards 1996, nominated Best Song (Wonderwall) Grammy Awards 1997, Best British Band NME Award 2009, Brits Album of 30 Years ((What's the Story) Morning Glory?) Brit Award 2010
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Debrett's notebooks

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