Of course also in Italy we have the marriage "direct live" on a main tv channel.
Some time ago also Beady Eye spoke about the Royal Wedding between Prince 'Liam' William and Kate Middleton that will take place on Westminster Abbey, London, on Friday, April 29.
Liam: "Good luck to them man, and fair play to them". He admitted that the bank holiday declared in celebration won't have much effect on him or new band Beady Eye. "We don't observe holidays in this band. It's all one big holiday, one big fucking day off."
Last year Gem said that we will all be sick of it by next year, but admitted "It's class" that most people will enjoy two days off work that week.
Yesterday, Wolverhampton Civic Hall welcomed Beady Eye as they made their West Midland debut. The now defunct band Oasis, renamed Beady Eye and minus big brother Noel, opened with a wild 90 minutes of music.
Liam Gallagher, keeping with his unique swagger and his particular style of dress, opened with Four Letter Word, a perfect, in your face rock’n roll song, got the crowd up on their feet in just 4 minutes.
The sold out show, chanting “Liam” after every song, was followed with Gallagher coming back with “nice one” almost as much.
Millionaire was definitely a crowd pleaser but, For Anyone, a sensitive song, turned out to be the best of the evening. It showcased Gallagher’s voice as he actually sang, instead of rasping down the microphone.
The Roller, sounding as if it just came off one of the old Oasis albums, still brought the crowd being showered with all the drinks and showing that some things just never change.
The band, looking very relaxed, and less predictable and regimented, broke out in swirling psychedelic solos on the guitar and upbeat rock’n roll piano sounds.
The next hit was Bring The Light and the songs just kept coming after that, and then finally, The Beat Goes On, an anthemia rendition.
Everyone had been waiting, expecting this to be one of the best bands of the year, and they proved not to disappoint the crowd. The future for Beady Eye appears to have a terrific future ahead of them.