Drafting Culture, November 18 (EFE). The two legendary 1996 concerts by the Oasis in Knebworth Park in front of 250,000 followers, considered one of the biggest music events in history, will be the subject of interest in the Grammy Award-winning Jake Scott documentary airing Friday on MTV.
This production, titled “Oasis Knebworth 1996”, will allow you to watch the Gallagher brothers at their heyday as a group in a story told through the eyes of those who attended the event, enjoying pictures of it and also what happened. behind the scenes.
Liam Gallagher said in comments gathered by MTV about those concerts.
He and his brother Noel will also speak on “Oasis Knebworth 1996,” which includes interviews with the band and promoters for the event, where more than 2 million people tried to buy tickets that sold out within 24 hours.
The two concerts featured a repertoire full of classics, from the opening theme song “Columbia” and “Acquiesce” to “Champagne Supernova,” “Don’t Look Back In Anger” and “Live Forever,” including “I Am The Walrus” accompanied by Orchestra, to the song “Worderwall”.
I can’t believe we didn’t play ‘Rock ‘n’ Roll Star! On the global music scene in the face of American hegemony.
Other previous productions have reflected that historical moment, as was Supersonic (2016), which produced such a documentary the two Manchester brothers, who would stop keeping in touch and start separate careers seven years later after a major fight. EFE
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