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Monday, August 17, 2009
Latin Dance Classes For the Gallagher Brothers ?
MANCHESTER City's superstar signing CARLOS TEVEZ has offered LIAM and NOEL GALLAGHER a deal.
The little Argentinian has promised Latin dance classes in exchange for a music masterclass for his band PIOLA VAGO from City's most famous fans.
Tevez and his brother Diego are Buenos Aires' answer to The Gallaghers, notching up a bit of chart success in their homeland with hit single Lose Your Control a few years back.
But Carlos, the frontman of the band, reckons there is plenty of scope for improving their musicianship - something he believes Noel and Liam can help with.
He said: "I know Oasis very well, it's a bit hard to live in Manchester for two years and not know who they are - plus they are well known in Argentina as well.
"Their music might be a bit different from Piola Vago, but in other ways we are similar - they have Noel and Liam and we have myself and Diego - so you could even say we are the Latin version of Oasis!
"They could teach us a few things and we could teach them how to dance the Latin way, I think it would be a lot of fun.
"Music is something I would like to give more time to after football so it would be great to play with the best.
"We are a very different sound to what most people in England are used to, but you should definitely give us a chance. You might like it."
I'll stick to the Match Of The Day theme tune, Carlos
Noel made the pilgrimage to Ewood Park to see City beat Blackburn 2-0 on Saturday after about four hours' kip following a late-night smash-up in London with U2.
And Tevez recognises how dedicated to the side the Gallaghers are.
He said: "I know they are proper City supporters and love the club. And I will be doing everything I can to make sure it's a great season for the City fans - even the famous ones."
He added "I would definitely jam with them some time if they were up for it. When they are back in Manchester they can come and watch a City game, then we can go for a jam.
"Maybe if it's a successful season we could even do something on the pitch for the fans come the end of the season. I would like to play a bit of Wonderwall - that's my favourite.
"So if they are reading, I am open to lessons and in return I will teach you some Latin style and maybe even some Latin dancing to go with it."
Liam doing a bit of salsa? Give it a few years and he'll probably be on Strictly Come Dancing anyway...
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