On a mid-August evening, Liam Gallagher, 50, formerly of Oasis, arrived at Haneda Airport amidst many fans dressed in rock fashion. Dressed in all black and white flip-flops, he smiled and waved at fans holding Liam’s solo goods as they approached.
He was voted 11th on “Q Magazine’s (a British music magazine) 100 Greatest Singers of All Time” and is arguably one of the greatest singers of the British music scene of the ’90s.” A former member of Oasis, which essentially disbanded in 2009, he had a famous disagreement with his brother Noel Gallagher (56). Since then For 14 years, they have bad-mouthed each other in every interview, and it is now a standard exchange for fans.
There have been rumors of a reunion many times, but it has never materialized. Recently, there have been some rumors that Liam’s compromise is gaining momentum and that they may reunite within a few years, but fans may be half hoping and half giving up.
Liam came to Japan this time to perform at “Summer Sonic 2023” (commonly known as “Summer Soni”), and on the 19th, he performed at Summer Soni in Osaka, and on the 20th, he returned to Tokyo by bullet train. Liam was dashing around in flip-flops again, and was smiling at his fans. However, according to a fan who had been following Liam in Tokyo and Osaka, “Liam was very friendly to me, signing autographs and taking pictures,
Liam was very open to signing autographs and taking pictures, but only with fans who had his own solo goods in their hands. Fans who offered him Oasis goods were extremely salty and stubbornly refused his autograph (laugh).
(laughs). This unpopularity or straightforwardness is one of Liam’s charms, but he was skeptical about the reunion rumors.