Liam Gallagher pleased with musical children
Beady Eye rocker Liam Gallagher has revealed he would definitely urge his sons to follow their father's footsteps and embark on a career in a band
Liam Gallagher wants his children to follow him into a career in music.
The Beady Eye star would "without a doubt" recommend life in a band to his sons - 13-year-old Lennon from his marriage to Patsy Kensit and Gene, 11, from his relationship with Nicole Appleton - and admitted both have already shown a musical side.
He told the Independent On Sunday newspaper: "Without a doubt. I'd recommend [being in a band] to anyone. It's the best gig in the world, man.
"Gene is up in his room drumming every day. Oh, mate, he loves it. Lennon does guitar lessons in school, and fancies himself as a bit of a singer."
Asked whether he has his father's vocal talent, the 40-year-old rocker admitted he his teenage angst helped shape his voice - but he isn't sure where the anger came from.
He added: "I don't know [if he's got my skills], mate. His life's a bit easier than mine - he's got to wait for something to p**s him off.
"I've still got the arse. And that's what comes out in the voice ... F**k knows [where the anger came from], man. But I can do both - I can sing beautiful at home, but when it comes to guitars and live, when you're in a rock 'n' roll band, you've got to be belting it out.
"I just sing every song like it's the last time I'm ever gonna sing it."
Liam also has a daughter Molly, 13, from an affair with Lisa Moorish.