Liam Gallagher is at it yet again. The singer does love winding up his brother and that's exactly what he did during a recent show in Japan.
The Beady Eye singer dedicated a track to his brother Noel and his 'High Flying Smurfs' on Saturday night (July 26).
The two brothers were playing on same festival bill but on separate nights, when Liam Gallagher dedicated 'Rock N Roll Star' to "the one and only Mr Noel Gallagher," and 'Morning Glory' to "The High Flying Smurfs."
Noel Gallagher certainly has one over on his brother Liam. The singer recently admitted that he doesn't have an issue with his brother Liam performing Oasis tracks as he gets paid.
Liam's Beady Eye have recently began performing classic Oasis hits as part of their current set after initially refusing to play them when the band first launched.
Noel has insisted that he is happy for Liam to perform the fan favourites as it means he receives royalties every time they are played at shows.
"Beady Eye have my permission to play my songs and they should do whatever they like," Noel Gallagher is quoted by The Sun as saying.
"I say he should go around the world, do those songs and fill out the PRS (performing rights) forms." No hard feelings then Noel?
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