Liam Gallagher (pictured) had the crowd at Melbourne's John Cain Arena in the palm of his hand on Wednesday night
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Liam Gallagher belts out the hits with his trademark swagger at Melbourne’s John Cain Arena

Liam Gallagher had the crowd at Melbourne’s John Cain Arena in the palm of his hand on Wednesday night.

The Wonderwall hitmaker, 49, proved he still has what it takes as he belted out old and new hits from his back catalogue, with all of his trademark swagger.

Liam kept his look classic in a camouflage jacket reminiscent of the late ’90s.

Liam Gallagher (pictured) had the crowd at Melbourne's John Cain Arena in the palm of his hand on Wednesday night

Liam Gallagher (pictured) had the crowd at Melbourne’s John Cain Arena in the palm of his hand on Wednesday night

He donned his trademark shades as he sang heartfelt renditions of songs that have formed part of the soundtrack to many of his fan’s lives.

He will next perform in Perth on July 30, which will be his last concert in Australia. 

Liam recently promised to continue with his raucous ways until he’s 80. 

The Wonderwall hitmaker, 49, proved he still has what it takes as he belted out old and new hits from his back catalogue, with all of his trademark swagger

The Wonderwall hitmaker, 49, proved he still has what it takes as he belted out old and new hits from his back catalogue, with all of his trademark swagger 

He said in Sky documentary Liam Gallagher: 48 Hours At Rockfield: ‘I am not into yoga and I don’t eat tofu. I drink lager and I like to have a good time. I don’t punish myself into being some super-skinny dude.

‘I am what I am. I am not a 50-year-old going round preaching. I will be like this when I am f**king 80, hopefully.’

Elsewhere in the program, Liam revealed Oasis secretly split in the nineties, long before they officially called it quit in 2009.

Liam kept his look classic in a camouflage jacket reminiscent of the late '90s

Liam kept his look classic in a camouflage jacket reminiscent of the late ’90s 

While making their 1995 album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory? at Rockfield Studios in Monmouth, Wales, Liam and his brother Noel, 55, had a huge fight after going to the pub.

Liam said: ‘We were there about six months.

‘We split up, then we got back together. There was a bit of fighting, there was a cricket bat, there was an air pistol, there was lots of drinking.’

He donned his trademark shades as he sang heartfelt renditions of songs that have formed part of the soundtrack to many of his fan's lives

He donned his trademark shades as he sang heartfelt renditions of songs that have formed part of the soundtrack to many of his fan’s lives

Elsewhere in the program, Liam revealed Oasis secretly split in the nineties, long before they officially called it quit in 2009. Pictured left to right: Gem Archer, Noel Gallagher, Andy Bell and Liam Gallagher in 2006

Elsewhere in the program, Liam revealed Oasis secretly split in the nineties, long before they officially called it quit in 2009. Pictured left to right: Gem Archer, Noel Gallagher, Andy Bell and Liam Gallagher in 2006

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