Liam Gallagher Finds Oasis Replacement

Liam Gallagher has shared his support for “the king” Ian Brown following the Stone Roses‘ singer’s decision to go solo.

This all happened when Gallagher took to social media to back Brown ahead of his homecoming show in Manchester on September 30th.

Even though Brown seemed to be happy with his choice, fans of Brown had shared their anger last week after the singer performed a sold-out show in Leeds without a band.

Brown began his first UK headline tour in a decade at the city’s O2 Academy, with dates running through the next two week and ending with a Brixton Academy show in London on October 7.

Gallagher’s thread began by comparing Brown to Sid Vicious several days after the Leeds show, writing: “Ian brown and sid vicious my way same thing long live punk.”

When asked by a fan whether he had seen Brown’s “embarrassing performance”, Gallagher replied: “He’s never embarrassing he’s the king.” Another person asked Gallagher whether he would ever do a show with only a backing track, to which the former Oasis singer said he wouldn’t but that “Ian is Ian and I don’t think he’s a bad man”.

This comes at a somewhat odd time as Liam Gallagher is joining forces with a former Stone Roses member as he confirmed he’s in talks with John Squire, about forming a supergroup, after first teasing it at Knebworth this summer.

Liam stated: “There’s talk about summat. Maybe. But no rush. He’s my man, I love him. So if he’s got any tunes that need singing, I’m the boy, mate.”

We will have to see what happens here next. Maybe everyone will get together to form on giant band and all can go well from here on out. In any case, fans on all sides are very ready to see what happens next.

Special thanks to NME

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Written by Cesar

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