How rich is Noel Gallagher?
Noel Gallagher Net Worth:
|Birth date:||May 29, 1967|
|Birth place:||Longsight, Greater Manchester, United Kingdom|
|Height:||5 ft 7 in (1.727 m)|
|Profession:||Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Guitarist, Actor|
|Spouse:||Sara MacDonald (m. 2011), Meg Matthews (m. 1997–2001)|
|Siblings:||Liam Gallagher, Paul Anthony Gallagher|
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Noel Gallagher wiki & biography:
British musician and the former lead guitarist, backing vocalist and principal songwriter of the English rock band Oasis,Noel Gallagher has an estimated net worth of $60 million.
Yet, Gallagher’s braggadocio could be considered as having caliber considering the global success and critical acclaim of his group, Oasis. Gallagher was born on May 29, 1967, in Longsight, Manchester, England. In the age of 13, Gallagher started educating himself how to play guitar, copying the riffs of his favourite songs. While working for a building company, a weighty cap from a steel gas pipe landed on Gallagher’s right foot, crushing it. The injury induced Gallagher into the less strenuous occupation of working in a storehouse; it also gave him more time for guitar training and writing tunes. In 1988, Gallagher auditioned to be a member of Inspiral Carpets. Although he was turned down, Inspiral Carpets hired him as a roadie. In the early ’90s, Gallagher joined Oasis together with his brother, Liam Gallagher (vocals), Paul McGuigan (bass guitar), Tony McCarroll (drums), and Paul Arthurs (guitar). Frequently inundated with comparisons to the Beatles, Oasis started another British Invasion in the mid-’90s, in addition to resuscitating back-to-basics rock & roll in England. On Aug. 23, 1996, Noel Gallagher sang lead vocals on Oasis’ performance for MTV’s Unplugged after his sibling complained of a sore throat. Later that year, he appeared on the Chemical Brothers’ “Setting Sun” single.
Noel Thomas David Gallagher (born 29 May 1967) is an English musician, vocalist, and songwriter. He functioned as the lead guitarist, occasional lead singer and principal songwriter of the rock band Oasis. Raised in Burnage, Manchester, Gallagher started learning guitar at the age of thirteen. Following a run of odd jobs in construction, he worked for local Manchester band Inspiral Carpets as a roadie and tech in 1988. Whilst touring together, he learned that his brother Liam Gallagher had formed a band of his own, known as The Rain, which eventually took on the name Oasis. After Gallagher returned to England, he was encouraged by his brother to join Oasis as songwriter and guitarist.
Oasis’ debut album, “Definitely Maybe” (1994), indicated the beginning of the band’s rise to popularity as part of the Britpop movement. Britpop eventually declined in popularity and Oasis’ next two albums failed to renovate it. But, the group’s final two albums, “Don’t Believe the Truth” (2005) and “Dig Out Your Soul” (2008), were hailed as its best efforts in over a decade and found renewed success. Gallagher would continue to form Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds.
Gallagher’s run with Oasis was marked by turbulence, especially during the peak of Britpop, during which he was involved in several disputes with Liam, and the brothers’ fights and crazy lifestyles frequently made headlines in British tabloid newspapers. Gallagher (along with Oasis) also shared a personal rivalry with fellow Britpop band Blur. Nevertheless, he was often regarded as the spearhead of the Britpop movement, and at one point of time, “NME” termed a number of Britpop bands (including Kula Shaker, Ocean Colour Scene and Project) as “Noelrock”, citing Gallagher’s influence on their success. Several have praised Gallagher’s songwriting, with George Martin maintaining him to be ‘the finest songwriter of his generation’.