Oasis's new band Beady Eye to hold Korea Concert in September

Oasis's new band Beady Eye to hold Korea Concert in September

Oasis's new band Beady Eye confirmed the date of performance in Korea on September 03, and will be held in AX-KOREA in Gwangjang Dong, Seoul, Korea.

Oasis was formed in 1991 and the best band in the UK. Oasis have lead the renaissance of British pop receiving the  praise in the name of 'The second Beatles'.























All of Oasis's studio album ranked 1st in UK charts as soon as released and recorded in sales for more than 70 million. They enjoyed explosive popularity in the world.

Oasis played a gig in South Korea in 2006 and all seats were sold out at that time. And after, they visited South Korea twice in 2009 to hold exclusive concert and Jisan Valley Rock Festival headliner performance.

In 2009, Noel Gallagher has declared to withdrawal from the Oasis. The event made lots of music fans fall in the  large impact. The band's long feud between the Gallagher Brothers, the key member of the band's, eventually led to disruption and led to the dissolution at last. After all, Liam Gallagher organized Oasis's new band 'Beady Eye' with Andy Bell, Gem Archer, and Chris Sharrock.























Beady Eye released the first album, 'Different Gear, Still Speeding' after the new team was born and the Korea concert is to match of the sales of their new album.

Guckkasten will be guest of the concert on behalf of Korean bands. Guckkasten is famous in South Korean independent band society as a psychedelic band.


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