Liam Gallagher To Perform Full Album ‘Definitely Maybe’ For 30th Anniversary


Former Oasis singer Liam Gallagher has announced his intention to perform the band’s 1994 album ‘Definitely Maybe’ in full to mark its 30th anniversary.

The album which arrived on 29 August 1994, was Oasis’ debut album, and subsequently became the fastest seller in the UK of all time.

To mark 30 years since its release in 2024, Liam Gallagher plans to celebrate this milestone in a very special way.

Taking to Twitter, Gallagher wrote, “As it’s 30 years since DM was released nxt year I’m gonna be playing the album from start to finish in it’s original order at a few BIBLICAL venues LG x”.

“buzzing for this” – Fans React To Gallagher Announcement

Reacting to this news, fans were understandably delirious, with one music lover describing the news as “fantastic”.

After one fan wrote, “that’s fantastic news!”, another added, “Will you play @BoneheadsPage Bank holiday as a bonus track? Maybe one of the gigs will be on a bank holiday!? Buzzing for this!”. 

“still stand by my thoughts”

This enquiry from the fan comes after Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs a former bandmate of Gallagher, criticised the selection of Oasis’ ‘Live Forever’ as Radio X’s Best of British for 2023. A track which also featured on ‘Definitely Maybe’.

According to Arthurs, the B side track ‘Bonehead’s Bank Holiday’, should have received the nod.

“I still stand by my thoughts on that,” Arthurs insisted. “It’s a fix, right? I want steward’s enquiry. There must be a a sort of version of VAR in radio”. 

“It got me, because I love listening to the [Best of British] Top 100 and it got me how many Oasis songs are in it. I genuinely love it. And it was getting to the Top 10 and I thought, ‘You know what? The winner’s gonna be Bonehead’s Bank Holiday. It really is!’”.

Elsewhere, Arthurs stated that neither he nor Gallagher would accept a Knighthood from the British monarchy if they were offered. More on this here.