Noel Gallagher, 55, is a British singer, songwriter and record producer.
He is most well known for being the lead guitarist and songwriter for Oasis, one of the most famous British bands of all time.
As of 2022, Oasis, which consisted of Liam, Noel's brother, Paul Arthurs ,Paul McGuigan and Tony McCarroll, has sold over 100 million records worldwide. Quite the achievement!
However, Noel and Liam fell out significantly in 2009, and the brothers haven’t ever made up since
So with all this said, how much is the 90s superstar worth?
What Is Noel Gallagher’s Net Worth?
Noel Gallagher is worth a hefty $70 million (£57 million), according to celebritynetworth.
This isn’t surprising when you look back on his glistening career.
Oasis’ debut album ‘Definitely Maybe’ sold 8 million copies worldwide, and their second album ‘(What's the Story) Morning Glory?’, which includes tracks such as ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ and ‘Wonderwall’,sold a whopping 22 million copies.
What Is The Story Of Oasis?
Noel and his younger brother Liam were born and grew up in a working class family in Manchester.
When he was young Noel suffered abuse from his father, which he said ‘made me withdraw into my own world, and learn to play guitar.’
Getting expelled from school, and being put under 6 a month probation period Noel continued to play guitar throughout his teens.
He worked as a roadie for the band Inspiral Carpets, and went to the US on tour with them where he learnt more about the music industry.
When Noel was 24 his brother Liam persuaded him to join his band ‘The Rain’ which then became Oasis.
After securing a record deal in 1993, the band never looked back, and they started to get a reputation for being hooligans.
They would go round smashing up hotel rooms and Liam once ended up getting the band detained on a ferry.
As well as writing almost every Oasis record and playing lead guitar, Noel sings on some of the band’s most well known tracks such as ‘Half the World Away’, ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’, and ‘Talk Tonight.’
Despite releasing hit records since the band’s break up, to the delight of fans, Noel still sings Oasis songs when he tours and plays live.