Liam Gallagher sets off on 'Definitely Maybe' 30th anniversary tour

Liam Gallagher sets off on 'Definitely Maybe' 30th anniversary tour

Liam Gallagher's tour dedicated to the thirtieth anniversary of “Definitely Maybe”, Oasis' debut album released in 1994, started yesterday evening, Saturday 1st June: the first date of the series of events was hosted by the Utilita Arena of Sheffield, where the former frontman of the “Supersonic” group performed not all the songs included in the first edition of the album, some of which were performed for the first time since the dissolution of the band once shared with his brother Noel.

Regarding, in fact, the eldest of the Gallaghers, Liam mentioned his brother twice during the evening, first performing – in the middle of the evening – “Half the World Away”, in the original sung by Noel, and – in the demo version – “Lock All the Doors” by the High Flying Birds, whose chorus was written in the early nineties for “My Sister Lover”, a song used as the B-side of “Stand by Me”, the second of the single from Oasis' third album, “Be Here Now” in 1997.

Here is the tracklist of the first date of the tour for the thirtieth anniversary of Liam Gallagher's “Definitely Maybe”:


I Am the Resurrection (registered) – by The Stone Roses
Rock 'n' Roll Star – Cover by Oasis
Columbia – Cover by Oasis
Shakermaker – Cover by Oasis
Up in the Sky – Cover by Oasis
Digsy's Dinner – Cover by Oasis
Bring It On Down – Cover by Oasis
Cloudburst – Cover by Oasis
I Will Believe – Cover by Oasis
Half the World Away – Cover by Oasis
D'Yer Wanna Be a Spaceman? – Cover by Oasis
Fade Away – Cover by Oasis
Lock All the Doors – Cover of Noel Gallagher's High Flying Birds
(It's Good) To Be Free – Cover by Oasis
Whatever – Cover by Oasis
Cigarettes & Alcohol – Cover by Oasis
Married With Children – Cover by Oasis

BIS #1

Supersonic – Cover by Oasis
Slide Away – Cover by Oasis
Live Forever – Cover by Oasis

BIS #2

I Am the Walrus – Cover of The Beatles

The tour will only touch cities in the United Kingdom and Ireland: after tomorrow evening's date in Cardiff, the series of events will continue in London, Manchester, Glasgow and Dublin, before closing again in Manchester with a double date on June 27th and 28th .