Liam Gallagher whose real name is William John Paul Gallagher, was given his namesake after the Beatles.
More known for he and his brother Noel’s band Oasis, Gallagher has a unique singing style, and a controversial attitude that has been the subject of much commentary in the press. He remains one of the most recognizable figures in modern British music.
Oasis has sold over 75 million records worldwide but in 2009 Noel left the band and Liam started Beady Eye with his former Oasis band members.
In 2015 Liam went solo and his debut album As You Were, sold over 103,000 units in its first week in the United Kingdom. It is the ninth-fastest selling debut of the decade within the nation.
For today’s video, I’m reacting to his performance of “For What It’s Worth”. I really enjoyed this tune and hear a lot of the Beatles in it. Have a listen and let me know what you thought about the song!
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