Liam Gallagher is a singer-songwriter and one of the front men of the now defunct and famous Britpop band - Oasis. When Oasis burst on to the British music scene in the early 90s, the front men who were brothers gained fame for their uncompromising music quality and their personas as their songs rose up the charts. Setting the stage on fire with raspy voice, sunglasses, bushy eyebrows, and his hunched-arms-down style of singing, Liam Gallagher quickly gained a huge fan following. His temper, however, has time and again landed him in problems with his band, the press, and the fans overseas. He is known for getting into bar fights with singers and managers, hurling chairs at his brother and band mate, head-butting a fan who asked for his autograph and bad mouthing anyone. Despite his perennial bad behaviour, critics and fans love him nevertheless for his music. He provides the vocals for his bands and can play the tambourine, guitar, harmonica, and piano. He owns three labels: Creation, Big Brother, and Epic Beady Eye. His singing style and stage presence have been compared to that of John Lennon and John Lydon.