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Tuesday 16 September 2014

Beady Eye split with manager Rodger

Liam Gallagher has split from Beady Eye's manager

Liam Gallagher has reportedly parted company with Beady Eye's manager Scott Rodger.

The former Oasis star has split from his new band's boss, recognised as one of the best managers in the music industry for being the man behind Paul McCartney and Arcade Fire, according to The Sun.

Scott had been brought in to revitalise the band after disappointing sales of their first album and had apparently put in a lot of work on their follow up, but now that he has gone, Liam's girlfriend Debbie Gwyther is believed to be taking on the job in the short term.

Debbie had been hired by Scott to help with the day-to-day running of the band, and ended up getting together with frontman Liam.

Beady Eye had been due to play Coachella in California in April, their biggest festival date yet, but have now pulled out of their appearance.

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