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Noel Thomas David Gallagher (born May 29, 1967) is a British rock musician, best known as a composer and guitarist in the band Oasis. He is also known for its great musical skill, many believe he was the biggest part of Oasis, by the composition of his most famous songs or your particular way of playing the guitar. It is considered one of the best composers in history, with millions of fansaround the world
He plays the guitar with his right to be left handed and that when he was given his first guitar did not have anyone to teach him the ropes change of place.

He was seduced by music because one group for which he worked as a roadie Inspiral Carpets. His brother Liam, more interested in fights among girls, was taken aback the day that Noel took him to see a Stone Roses concert. WhileNoel malvivía away from home in various jobs and making roadie for various groups, Liam was with some friends the band The Rain. Oasis Noel joined when he was formed (The Rain, the group formed by Liam, and the remaining original members; Bonehead, Tony McCarroll and Guigsy
On June 5, 1997, married Meg Matthews. The ceremony took place at a church in the Moon. Later he divorced her. They sharea daughter named Anaïs and born January 27, 2000. Today he lives with his partner, Sara McDonald, and have a son named Donovan Rory Gallagher was born on September 22, 2007.

On August 28, 2009 announced his retirement from Oasis as a result of the continued and unsustainable fights with his brother Liam.
In 1988, Gallagher participated in a hearing to be lead singer of the band InspiralCarpets. Finally it was not in the band because his voice was not strong enough. However, he agreed to join them as a roadie and toured with the band several years with his friend Mark Coyle.

In 1992, he returned from a tour of America and his mother told him that his brother Liam had become the lead singer of a local band. Originally called "Rain", Liam had changed the name to "Oasis". Following aninvitation by Liam, Noel agreed to join the band in which due to its ability as a composer and how good they were his songs, the band members decided to remain as the chief writer
In late 1992, Gallagher contacted Tony Griffiths of Liverpool band to record a demo in his studio. Called the Live Demonstration tape and formed the basis of their first album. In May 1993, the band heard an executivefrom Creation Records would be scouting talent at a club called Glasgow King Tut's. The money to hire a van and began the journey of six hours to Glasgow. When they arrived, they were allowed to enter because they were not recorded, the group threatened the owner of the place to burn down the bar, so he finally stopped playing. Alan McGee was impressed by how they played and invited them to be inLondon next week to sign his first contract.

Gallagher said he was only twenty songs written so far, although later he would know he actually had more. The first single from Oasis, Supersonic, was released for sale on April 11, 1994, reaching # 31 on the UK charts
Gallagher struggled when it came out the second single Shakermaker, since apparently said he had taken the melody of the song "I'dlike to teach the world to sing." His compositions were in trouble again in 1994 when he was accused of plagiarism in the refrain of the theme Cigarettes & Alcohol, supposedly taken from the T. Rex song "Get It On." He also returned to have problems with the song Whatever, his first song that reached the top five. Despite his rapid rise in popularity, Noel briefly left Oasis in 1994 during theirfirst American tour.
The tension between Noel and Liam, culminating in a fight after a disastrous concert in LA Having chosen to leave the music, flew to San Francisco without telling the band or anyone else. It was at that time that Noel wrote the song "Talk Tonight". During the recording sessions for the second album (What's The Story) Morning Glory? ", The brothers had violent fights...
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