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Noel Gallagher Biography
Noel Gallagher, the lead guitarist, primary songwriter, visionary, and occasional vocalist of Oasis
, has indelibly shaped the landscape of British rock music since the 1990s. His exceptional talent and influence extended to the creation of the group's most iconic hits, seamlessly melding the riff-heavy guitar mastery of The Who with the melodic pop sensibilities of The Beatles. While Oasis
frequently found themselves in the headlines, often due to Noel's public disputes with his younger brother Liam and their extravagant lifestyles, it was his songwriting that consistently propelled the band to chart-topping success, with over 20 songs ascending to the Top Ten in the UK.
Noel's upbringing in the suburbs of Manchester, England, was marked by adversity. Raised in a troubled household, he and his two brothers faced their father's alcoholism and violence, which prompted their mother to leave him in 1982. Noel, in particular, had a tumultuous adolescence, getting expelled from school at the age of 15 and acquiring a reputation with local law enforcement. Simultaneously, his passion for rock music ignited, and he began honing his guitar skills, crafting songs like "Live Forever" while still a teenager. By his early twenties, Noel's confidence in his abilities led him to audition for Inspiral Carpets, a Manchester band seeking a new guitarist. Although he didn't secure the role, he was invited to join them on tour as a roadie.
Upon returning from an Inspiral Carpets tour in 1991, Noel learned that his brother Liam had formed a band of his own. Initially approached to be their manager, Noel declined and instead offered to become the lead guitarist and sole songwriter. Oasis
was born from this agreement. Two years later, the group inked a six-album deal with Creation Records and began crafting their debut album.
Definitely Maybe: Oasis
immediately made an impact in the UK, with their 1994 debut album, "Definitely Maybe," becoming the fastest-selling debut in British music history. The Gallagher brothers, Noel and Liam, frequently clashed, both on and offstage, during the subsequent tour. Their headline-grabbing hedonistic lifestyles earned them the moniker of rock & roll's enfant terribles. Oasis
' second album, "(What's the Story) Morning Glory?" released just 14 months after their debut, catapulted them to even greater heights. It achieved multi-platinum status across Europe
, and beyond. Noel wrote every track on the album, including international hits like "Champagne Supernova," "Some Might Say," and "Wonderwall." He also took the lead vocals on "Don't Look Back in Anger," a chart-topping success in the UK.
Be Here Now: Oasis
dominated the Brit-pop movement, and their influence on younger bands, including Kula Shaker, Cast, and Ocean Colour Scene, earned them the label of "Noelrock." However, their mainstream dominance waned with the 1997 release of "Be Here Now." Over the following years, Oasis
experienced multiple lineup changes and underwent a shift, briefly operating as a trio for the 2000 album "Standing on the Shoulder of Giants." In the absence of additional band members, Noel assumed multiple roles, playing guitar, bass, and keyboards. He also expanded his horizons outside the group, establishing Sour Mash Records and producing albums for acts like Proud Mary, one of the label's early signees.
Chasing Yesterday: Oasis
entered their second decade with Noel relinquishing some of the songwriting duties to Liam, who began contributing his own compositions. Tensions between the brothers continued to escalate, culminating in Noel's departure from the band on August 28, 2009. The remaining members rebranded themselves as Beady Eye, while Noel took a hiatus from the public eye. In 2011, he resurfaced with his solo project, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds, releasing a self-titled album that topped the UK charts, achieving double platinum status in the UK.
Black Star Dancing: Gallagher followed up with "Chasing Yesterday" in 2015, supported by an international tour. In 2019, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds released a series of EPs that built upon the sound of "Chasing Yesterday." The first of these was "Black Star Dancing," followed by "This Is the Place" in September, and another EP, "Blue Moon Rising," in March 2020.
Back the Way We Came, Vol. 1: In June 2021, Gallagher marked the tenth anniversary of his High Flying Birds with the release of the compilation "Back the Way We Came: Vol. 1 (2011-2021)."
Council Skies: In late 2022, Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds made a triumphant return with "Pretty Boy," the lead single from their fourth album, "Council Skies." Co-produced by Paul Stacey, who engineered the band's first album, "Council Skies" showcased Gallagher's enduring songwriting prowess, featuring burnished production and meticulously crafted songs.