In the realm of rock ‘n’ roll, the Gallagher brothers, Noel and Liam, have long been known for their electrifying stage presence and their equally charged offstage antics. Recently, Noel Gallagher stirred the pot by voicing his disapproval of the so-called ‘happy’ ending of Oasis, and this has added yet another chapter to the enduring Liam-Noel rivalry.
Noel’s claims cast a shadow over the band’s ‘Dig Your Soul Out’ tour, which marked their final tour in 2009. He contended that the tour wasn’t the jubilant send-off it appeared to be, contrary to what had been portrayed. In his view, it was a rather dreadful and unfortunate chapter in the band’s history, signaling that it was time to move on.
As reported by Rock Celebs – In response to these allegations, a curious fan reached out to Liam Gallagher, asking whether he agreed with his brother’s assessment of the tour being ‘dreadful.’ In his characteristically unfiltered manner, Liam had a swift retort. He implied that it wasn’t the tour itself that was dreadful but rather the atmosphere Noel created with his “not so solid crew.” Liam, never one to shy away from asserting his own narrative, stated, “Him and his not so solid crew made it dreadful but as you well know I am Jedi and I had a lovely time.”
The ongoing feud between the Gallagher brothers has left fans speculating about the possibility of an Oasis reunion. While Noel has been decidedly pessimistic about such a prospect, Liam has consistently expressed his openness to reuniting with the band and his desire to see Oasis back in action. However, it seems that, for now, fans may have to content themselves with the recently announced ‘Definitely Maybe Tour.’ Celebrating the 30th anniversary of Oasis’s first album, released in August 1994, Liam will be belting out Oasis classics. Unfortunately, it appears that Noel won’t be joining him, but fans can look forward to the co-founder guitarist Paul Arthurs, fondly known as Bonehead, joining Liam for the ride.
The Gallagher saga continues to captivate music enthusiasts, as the brothers’ public sparring keeps the hope of an Oasis reunion flickering. Whether it’s through their spirited exchanges or their music, the Gallagher brothers continue to be a driving force in the world of rock, keeping fans guessing and yearning for what might come next.
noel recently said that the last year with oasis was fucking dreadful, do you agree with him?
— Maxi (@MaxiGonzalez_23) October 19, 2023