And while I trained myself to have low expectations in regard to bios from independent acts, very few gave me even the most basic information about the artist that I wanted.
Early life[ edit ] Cranwell Drive, Burnage, Manchester, where the Gallagher brothers used to live pictured Aside from Liam, he also has an elder brother named Paul. He and his brothers were often beaten by their father, who was an alcoholic,  and he was often reclusive.
Liam described him as "the weirdo in the family". Due to their unease around their father, he and Paul both developed stammers. Six years later, she finally left him, taking the three boys with her.
When his mother took a job working in the school canteen, Gallagher ensured that he stopped by to visit her during lunch before skipping the rest of the day.
Gallagher was particularly inspired by the debut of the Smiths on Top of the Pops inperforming their single " This Charming Man ". He later reflected that "from that day on However, the relationship between father and sons continued to be tempestuous; Gallagher said that "because we were always arguing we'd still be working at nine o'clock every night".
There he sustained an injury when a heavy cap from a steel gas pipe landed on his right foot. Following a period of recuperation, Gallagher was offered a less physically demanding role in the company's storehouse, freeing up time for him to practise guitar and write songs. He claimed to have written at least three of the songs on Definitely Maybe in this storehouse including " Live Forever " and "Columbia".
He later called the storehouse "The Hit Hut" and claimed the walls were painted gold. He is left-handed, but plays right-handed.
The two became acquainted and Gallagher became a regular at Inspiral Carpets shows. When he heard singer Steve Holt was leaving the band, Gallagher auditioned to be the new vocalist.
He struck up a friendship with monitor engineer Mark Coyle over their love of the Beatlesand the pair spent soundchecks dissecting the group's songs. He attended one of their concerts at Manchester's Boardwalk, but was unimpressed by the group's act. After rejecting an offer from Liam to be the band's manager,  Gallagher agreed to join the band, on the condition that he would take creative control of the group and become its sole songwriter.
According to another source, Gallagher told Liam and the rest of the group after having heard them play for the first time: His control over the band in its early years earned him the nickname "The Chief".
Together, they found the money to hire a van and make the six-hour journey. When they arrived, they were refused entry to the club because no one notified the venue that Oasis had been added to the bill.
The band eventually secured the opening slot and played a four-song set that impressed Creation founder Alan McGee.
Gallagher has since claimed that he only had six songs written at the time, and has put his success in the interview down to "bullshitting". The single was later followed by Oasis' debut album Definitely Maybe, which was released in August and was a critical and commercial success.
It became the fastest-selling debut album in British history at the time, and entered the UK charts at number one. The conditions were poor, and he felt the American audience—still preoccupied with grunge and metal —did not understand the band.
It was during this time that Gallagher wrote " Talk Tonight " as a "thank you" for the girl he stayed with, who "talked him from off the ledge".
He was tracked down by Creation's Tim Abbot and during a trip by the pair to Las Vegas, Gallagher decided to continue with the band. He reconciled with his brother and the tour resumed in Minneapolis. This preceded their second album, What's the Story Morning Glory?
Though it suffered initial critical apathy, the album became the second fastest-selling album ever in the UK, entering the UK album charts at number one and peaking at number four on the US Billboard chart. Gallagher spent extravagantly, buying various cars and a swimming pool, despite the fact he can neither drive,  nor swim.
He's also afraid that he was very high during the 90s and drunk most of the time.
He can only tell you that it was a fucking brilliant time in his life, and he was naming everything after everything.How to write your artist bio.
We’ve had a few artists ask us for tips on how to write an artist bio. Here’s some ideas we’ve collated from articles on the internet. An artist biography (bio) is a short paragraph about the artist, their artistic accomplishments and career achievements and it often contains a line about the key themes of.
How To Write An Artist Bio That Really Stands Out. Posted by Indy on April 6, When I was a major label A&R man, I always looked at the artist’s bio to get some basic information about the artist I was checking out.
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Aug 20 "This has really helped me to write my own bio for an admission into university. 72%(61). Writing An Artist Biography.
An artist bio talks about your work and your ideas and inspirations.
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Reply. Andra Bilici Jan The first forty or so pages really turned me off. It is like a caricature of Nietzsche more than anything I've read by him.
If it were the first thing I'd read by him I'd probably have been put off his work for a long time/5.