Liam Gallagher could give Noel Gallagher a birthday at Knebworth.
The 49-year-old singer returns to the iconic venue in June, having performed there with Oasis in 1996, and Liam has suggested he might dedicate a song to his brother at the next gig.
When asked if he would send a card or text to Noel – who turns 55 on Sunday (29.05.22) – Liam replied: “Nah nah nah. When is Sunday?…I’m coming to do Knebworth, bless him, I could shout at him, dedicate one of his songs to him. It’ll drive him crazy, won’t it.
Oasis performed to 250,000 fans at Knebworth in 1996 and the gig is widely regarded as one of Britpop’s defining moments.
But this time, Liam promised to behave well at Knebworth.
The singer – who publicly feuded with Noel for years – told Zoe Ball on ‘The Radio 2 Breakfast Show’: “I’m going to behave the first night because mom comes over and then the second night I’m going to go crazy. I mean, I say… you say that, don’t you – “I’m going to go crazy on the second night. I’m going to have a few beers and then I’ll be like, “You know what, I I’m going to sleep !””
Liam has previously described playing Knebworth as a “biblical” experience.
However, the former Oasis frontman admitted he “doesn’t remember much” of the legendary gig.
Liam said: “For me, Knebworth was the Woodstock of the 90s. It was all about the music and the people.
“I don’t remember much about it, but I’ll never forget it. It was biblical.”