With one of the most recognisable singing voices of the past few decades, hailed by fans as the last great rock’n’roll star and no stranger to tabloid-baiting antics, there isn’t much that hasn’t been said about Liam Gallagher by now.
Liam and his brother Noel exploded out of Manchester in the early-90s as the driving force behind Oasis, quickly gathering a huge following on the indie rock scene. The release of 1995’s (What’s The Story) Morning Glory? sold even more than their debut album and two years later Be Here Now reasserted their position as one of the biggest rock groups in the world.
Despite constant high-profile feuding between the siblings, four more albums arrived before Noel left the group in 2009. These included Don't Believe the Truth, which was their biggest selling album since the mid-90s thanks to standout singles like Lyla, and Dig Out Your Soul, their seventh and final release.
After the inevitable break-up, Liam formed his own group, Beady Eye. The band produced two albums, Different Gear, Still Speeding and BE, before going their separate ways in 2014.
In 2017, he unexpectedly released his first solo single, Wall of Glass to critical acclaim. This was quickly followed by his debut solo album, As You Were, which raced to number one and cemented his position in British rock royalty.