High hopes for Liam Gallagher's 'better, richer' second album

James Hanley

Liam Gallagher’s management team have told Music Week the frontman’s imminent second album has “classic” potential.

Why Me? Why Not is released via Warner Records this Friday and is the follow-up to the Oasis legend’s 2017 solo debut As You Were (396,666 sales, OCC).

UROK Management’s Sam Eldridge, who guides Gallagher’s career alongside the singer’s partner Debbie Gwyther, said he was heartened by the critical reaction to the LP so far.

“We’re all incredibly proud of the record and it’s ...

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