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Former Oasis rocker Noel Gallagher recently talked about which band members could be in an Oasis reunion line-up via Radio X.
The Manchester legend took part in a Q&A at The Rose Theatre in Kingston on Wednesday (23rd August) where he answered questions from fans.
He was asked which past Oasis members might feature in the line-up if the Britpop band got back together, he replied:
“So me… Liam… We’ll it’s a funny thing because we’re all at a certain age now.
“Hair was a thing in Oasis, so we’ll have to see what everybody’s hair is looking like.”
“I’m in no matter what. This is not f***ing going anywhere,” he joked, tugging at his hair. “I don’t know. Look. Me, Liam and a load of f***ing fit birds.”
It has been noted that Noel isn’t the only former Oasis member who’s considered what a reunion might look like. Asked if he thinks the Manchester band should reform, founding guitarist Bonehead mused:
“Some days you wake up and think Nah, there’s no need for it. It’s been done. But when I’m on stage with Liam Gallagher as a solo artist, and I come out and we play Rock ‘N’ Roll Star and the place erupts… People are bouncing higher and harder than they did at some of the gigs back in the day.
“I look at that first ten rows when I’m playing an arena with Liam, and they’re like 16 or 17 years of age. These people weren’t even born until well into Oasis’ career.
“So if there was a reunion, wouldn’t it be worth it for them? To come and witness that band? In that sense it would be worth just one gig next year for those kids at the front, who are jumping and bouncing at Liam’s gigs.”
“People have said to me, would you do it? But, then again shouldn’t Gem [Archer] do it? Gem was actually in Oasis longer than I was. Who should do it? It could cause wars.”
Noel is slated to headline homecoming gig at Wythenshawe Park this Saturday 26th August. The event will mark the first outdoor hometown headline show for Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds in four years, since they played Heaton Park in 2019, plus the first major show at the park itself.