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2009-08-30 11:38:21

British singer Noel Gallagher says his split from the rock group Oasis was due in part to intimidation from his fellow band mates. The BBC said Saturday that Gallagher used a posting on his Oasisinet.com blog to explain his reasons for leaving the Definitely Maybe band whose members included his younger brother Liam. I feel you have the right to know that the level of verbal and violent intimidation towards me, my family, friends and comrades has become intolerable, the elder Gallagher...

2009-08-28 20:18:35

Noel Gallagher says he has quit Oasis, the British rock band he helped create in 1991 with his brother Liam. Rolling Stone said the group scrapped a gig at a French music festival Friday night after the long-bickering siblings had a huge fight backstage. The group no longer exists, an announcer, citing media reports, told the audience before Oasis was to take the stage Friday. They will not play tonight and they are canceling the rest of their European tour. It's with some sadness and great...

2009-04-18 12:53:23

Patsy Kensit married disc jockey Jeremy Healy in a London ceremony Saturday, marking the fourth marriage for the actress, a public relations expert says. Publicist Max Clifford expressed concern about the marriage between the 41-year-old British actress and Healy, 47, given Kensit's unsuccessful marriages in the past, The Daily Telegraph reported. I think by the time you get to a fourth marriage, the chances of success are dwindling, and when you bring two people from the entertainment...

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2009-03-18 16:04:58

British rocker Liam Gallagher has announced plans to start his own line of clothing called Pretty Green this June. The Daily Telegraph said the Oasis front man's range of company-described up-front, straight talking, classic footwear, denim, knitwear, jackets, trench coats, parkas, T-shirts, hats, scarves and accessories will be sold online and through third-party outlets. The line's name comes from a song by The Jam, the London newspaper noted. Clothes and music are my passion. I'm not here...

2008-10-05 18:00:13

By ANDY WELCH IT'S a sunny day in north London and over at Oasis HQ, guitarist Gem Archer is talking on the phone to a group of Australian journalists. "It's really late over there, and they'd clearly been out. They were trying not to sound drunk," he says, laughing after the call. "Anyway, come in man," he adds, in his unmistaken able accent, part gentle North East, part hippy. Gem who was born in Hun wick, County Durham, is excitable today, enthusiastic about Oasis's new album, Dig...

2008-08-14 00:00:29

Who Do You Think You Are? BBC One Wales, 9pm THERE'S something refreshing, in this celebrity-obsessed age, about a programme that features a famous face simply being themselves. In actual fact, the nub of Who Do You Think You Are?, which returns for a new series here, isn't the celebrity at the centre of it, but rather their much less well-known forbears. Boris Johnson, Jerry Springer, Ainsley Harriott and Jodie Kidd are among those featured in this fifth season, but kicking things...

2008-07-30 18:00:37

Warner Bros. Records is very pleased to announce that it has signed a North American distribution deal with Big Brother Recordings, home of the multi-platinum, Award-winning iconic British rock band OASIS. The first new release under the deal will be the group's forthcoming studio album, Dig Out Your Soul, on October 7, 2008. The first single will be the Noel Gallagher-penned "The Shock of the Lightning," which will impact US radio beginning Mid-August. Dig Out Your Soul, OASIS' seventh...

2005-08-20 23:44:48

By Paul Sexton LONDON (Billboard) - It has often been a rocky decade, but Oasis has rolled with it. Reinvigorating the dreary British music scene of the pre-Britpop 1990s, these dropouts hailing from a Manchester, England, housing project sparkled and soared like the champagne supernova of their famous song. Steadfast in the belief that it is better to risk a bad opinion than excite no opinion at all, the band raced up the rankings in U.K. rock without looking back. When it hit the...


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