American TV Host Conan O’Brien did a cover of Radiohead’s Creep on his Concert Series. Noel Gallagher thinks Radiohead should cover Oasis on their live shows.
Back in 1993 Conan O’Brien debuted on American Television with his late night show: Late Night With Conan O’Brien. First musical guests on the show were Radiohead, playing Creep. Now, 18 years later, Conan O’Brien is doing his Conan Concert Series with several musical guests. Last episode featured Edward Sharpe and when Conan came on he started a spontaneous version of Radiohead’s Creep (as he did last year)) [videos below].
Then Oasis, since the band split we now have two bands who hate Radiohead. There’s Liam Gallagher with his new band Beady Eye who recently told Radiohead to fuck themselves… and his brother Noel is set to return with a new record soon. On his new tour he will only play a couple of Oasis songs. Noel: “I’ve always thought most bands should play Oasis songs, anyway. Rolling Stone suggested Radiohead: “I mean, let’s face it. It’d be a better night out.” Well, Noel… remember Thom Yorke doing Wonderwall in the nineties?
Thom Yorke plays Oasis’ Wonderwall
Radiohead on Conan O’Brien in 1993
Conan O’Brien plays Creep in 2011
Radiohead news on this day..
- The Philip Selway ‘Familial’ Interviews – 2010
- Liam Gallagher: Radiohead fans are ‘boring and ugly’ – 2008
- Radiohead on The Amp, BBC & CNN – 2004