Oasis’ ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory?‘ has won the 2010′s ‘BRITs Album of 30 Years‘.
It saw off competition from Coldplay, Dido, Dire Straits, Duffy, Keane, Phil Collins, Sade, The Verve and Travis.
“Listen kids, I wanna thank bald head (Bonehead), Guigs, Alan White and the best fucking fans in the world,” Gallagher explained, neglecting to mention sibling Noel , before throwing his microphone and gong into the audience, before walking offstage.
Brits officials pleaded for the audience member who got the award to give it back, with the fan giving it back after a few minutes… Gallagher’s reaction prompted host and comedian Peter Kay to brand him a “knob head”.
Andy Cato and Tom Findlay, better known as Groove Armada, have announced a spring U.S. tour in support of Black Light, their sixth studio album releasing March 2 on Om Records. The tour will find them dropping by the U.S. for multiple dates in New York, California, and Florida, including appearances on Morning Becomes Electric and at the Ultra Music Festival in Miami. The highly anticipated Black Light sees the duo stepping in bold new directions and featuring an impressive list of guest artists, including silky smooth guest vocals from Roxy Music’s Bryan Ferry on the single “Shameless,” vocal turns from Kate Bush-evoking chanteuse SaintSaviour, and appearances on several tracks from Nick Littlemore of the Aussie electronic sensation Empire of the Sun.
Kings of Leon have announced details of a massive outdoor concert this summer at Hyde Park London.
The headlining gig scheduled for June 30 will be the band’s biggest ever UK show.
Bassist Jared Followill (photo) declared that it was a “great honour” for the group to be playing the famous outdoor space.
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