At the Manchester Central Library Pictures of English Rock Band Oasis are exhibited admission free. Oasis, the Band among Noel Gallagher and his brother Liam Gallagher, was formed in Manchester back in 1991. The Band officially existed until the split in Summer 2009. Oasis produced 7 Studio albums from 1994 to 2008, their worldwide most successful songs are definitely “Wonderwall” and “Don’t Look Back in Anger”, a List of the List of songs recorded by Oasis can be found here.
The Photographer Jill Furmanovsky followed the Group up from 1994, documenting behind the scenes Moments and the big ones on Stages with up to thousands of people. If you are interested in Pictures of this Exhibition, they can be purchased via www.rockarchive.com. The following quote at the Exhibition describes the Band pretty well in my opinion “When I look at this picture, I don’t hear the crowds roar or find myself standing back on the stage. All I remember is the nightmare of trying to walk to the front without tripping over the cables and making a cunt of myself! After the show I was trying to take it all in, watching everybody go, and it was a weird thing because the lights were all on and it was dark outside it looked like a big front-room, except there were 2,000 people in it. Maine Road was where we all used to go as kids. So I was standing there, trying to make sure I never forgot this moment.” – Noel Gallagher.
The free ‘Oasis – DNA’ exhibition is at Manchester Central Library from Wednesday 2 November until the end of January 2017. More Details on the Exhibition can be found on visitmanchester.com as well as on manchester.gov.uk.
Address Oasis DNA Exhibition
First Floor Exhibition Hall
St Peters Square
Manchester M2 5PD