AJ Garthorpe, said: "It was a mega wasn't it? What did you expect though, it's Liam Gallagher. He's on the ball. I think he’s got more passion now and he's enjoying it more now than he was in Oasis.
Nick Daniel, 28, said: "I thought they were really good. They're quite similar to Oasis but I like their influences like Paul Weller. It's good to see Liam play on his own too. He's a good frontman and he carries the band. I'd rather go and see them than any other band here."
Some fans in the crowd said they thought Beady Eye's songs were better than Noel Gallagher's recent debut solo single The Death Of You And Me.
"I have to admit they’re better than what I’ve heard of Noel Gallagher so far. I'm not impressed with his single at all," said Adam Lea.
Becky Keoghan, 18, said she initially shunned Beady Eye because Noel wasn't in the band [typical of people hating Liam and Pretty Green without knowing anything but just what tabloids write]. But she changed her opinon after seeing them at Bramham Park tonight, saying: "I refused to listen to them at first because Noel wasn’t in the band but now that I've seen them I really like them."
Unlike during last night's gig in Reading, Liam kept quiet about his brother, keeping chat to a minimum as he rattled off songs from their debut album Different Gear, Still Speeding.
In a few days, Beady Eye begin their Asian tour (and in Japan again).