The latest episode of Rolling Stone Music Now is now available and former Oasis guitarist Noel Gallagher talked to Rolling Stone's Andy Greene about the first Manchester thing about him the rules he lives by and much more.
About the first Manchester thing about him, Noel Gallagher talked about his accent:
'I found highly amusing when I was subtitled in America. When I told my friends about that, they went 'What the f###'?'' 'If I had been born in a posh family in Buckinghamshire, I wouldn't even be in a band.Where you are born in England, says everything about you. 'I´m proud to be a Mancunian even if I don't live there anymore.It gave me everything.
It was a great musical education. All the great bands and iconic bands such as Joy Division, Happy Mondays, The Smiths, The Stone Roses and all the musical heroes
gave me something to aspire to."
Noel Gallagher also talked about the rules he lives by and said: "The most important rule is to know who you are, be proud of who you are and always remind my children they will never be as cool as I am."
Then talking about success, Noel Gallagher said: "The best part of success is the money. I don't think there's a downsize to fame but I can't think of anyhting really. People perhaps following you with camera phones."
Then about his favourite places, Noel Gallagher mentioned London, New York, Manchester and Buenos Aires calling it the New York of South America and saying he has always had a good time there and the best shows too.
In case you missed it, we took Noel Gallagher to Carlos Ruiz vintage shop in Buenos Aires. You can watch our exclusive interview HERE
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