Noel Gallagher

Munich, the 12th of April, the air thick of tension and an experience that is rather inspiring than anything else. People would leave the concert being fascinated and amazed by Noel Gallagher and his High Flying Birds. As Oasis came to an end, Noel Gallagher continued producing music. With NGHFB he created an innovative and distinguished way of performing and expressing himself.

By standing in the first row, the tension and connection he delivered happened to be even more intense and the music took one to another dimension. The stage show was steeped with creative ideas, leading to pure amazement. The wide range of instruments, the musicians as well as the whole show, could have hardly harmonized any better. Trumpets and an outstanding saxophonist completed the performance.

Magic erupted as the first chords of “Wonderwall” and “Don’t Look Back In Anger” began. Other sterling Oasis covers like “Half the World away”, were determined to end with people cheering and erupting in applause. The chorus of “Don’t’ Look Back In Anger” went to be the undoubted acclaimed core of the evening. Goosebumps all over the place, when everybody sang along to the verses. These 5 minutes of fiery magic became an unforgettable memory for the whole audience. The greatest dream of every Oasis fan: Wonderwall live. I can tell you it is exactly as wonderful as you imagined it to be.

The concert was steeped with versatile ideas, like a girl doing the beat with scissors. All in all the band was able to produce a flamboyance and very distinctive sound, which set the determination of craving more.


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