Beady Eye Picking Up Where Oasis Left Off
"I'm not singing any different from what I did in Oasis," Gallagher said. "It's just rock 'n' roll man, [like] The Beatles and The Rolling Stones, we haven't gone dubstep. It'll get compared to Oasis and I don't mind that."
He also told BBC 6 Music, "I feel good, I'm confident, it's a good album, good tunes I'm singing great, it's definitely not pony." Beady Eye will play their fist gigs in March next year. "We're rehearsing at the moment and it's going to blow people's heads off," Gallagher said. more on this story
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