Liam Gallagher

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    Video caption: Liam Gallagher talks to Matt Everitt about his greatest musical moments.
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    Rockfield Studios has been home to some of the biggest rock stars including Black Sabbath, the Stone Roses and Oasis.

  3. Ex-Oasis singer Liam praises 'lovely' people of Hull

    Liam Gallagher, former Oasis singer and now solo artist, has praised the city of Hull, where his latest album was recorded.

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    Gallagher's MTV Unplugged album, which is out today, was recorded at Hull City Hall, where the star performed a one-off gig last August.

    The singers says he decided to bring the show to the venue because his brother, Noel, had made negative remarks about the city.

    He says: "Remember our kid slagging Hull off? He was going, it's not a very nice place.

    "So I jumped on the bandwagon and said, no I love Hull. I'll do a gig there - just to make him look really bad.

    "The building was beautiful, the people of Hull were lovely. It turned out pretty nice, man," he adds.

  4. Liam Gallagher 'sorry to hear' about woman's flare burns

    Singer Liam Gallagher has said sorry and called on audiences to "chill out" after a woman was badly burned when a lit flare hit her at one of his gigs.

    Her injuries

    Stacey Andrew was injured during the former Oasis star's concert at Sheffield's FlyDSA Arena on Monday.

    The 21-year-old from Boston, Lincolnshire, needed hospital treatment after suffering burns to her chest and arm and says she fears she has been "scarred for life".

    Reacting to the news, Gallagher tweeted that he was "sorry to hear" what had happened.

    He added it's "not cool" and people need to "chill out" with the flares.

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    Arena operators SIV have this morning offered free tickets to all shows at the venue for a year for anyone providing information that leads to the identification of the person who threw the flare.