Liam Gallagher and Noel Gallagher have been at loggerheads since before Oasis broke up in 2009. As their feud continues to rage on, however, there’s an intriguing attempt to get the brothers to put their differences aside on the table this week.
London’s legendary venue Dingwalls will play host to “the world’s only non-stop Oasis club night” on Friday, playing nothing but the Britpop band’s material all night long.
In an interview with NME, the organisers Hannah Summers and Jon Beck revealed they have their sights set on getting the boys themselves in the building as guests of honour.
If they get their way, it could be the informal reunion fans are craving.
“We’ve put them on the list, just in case they turn up,” Beck told the publication.
“Who knows? They might come down,” he added.
The club night organiser already has an idea as to how to play on the Gallaghers’ spat, turning it into a feature of the event.
“We could play one Liam track and one Noel track and watch them fight it out,” he quipped.
The Oasis club night will feature four solid hours of tunes from the Gallagher brothers’ band, running from 11pm until 3am.
While Liam keeps saying the reunion could happen, Noel is insistent there’s nothing in the pipeline.
The younger Gallagher recently claimed the comeback was happening “soon”, telling the publication: “It’s gonna happen, believe you me — it’s gonna happen very f***ing soon because [Noel’s] greedy and he loved money and he knows that it’s got to happen soon or it won’t happen.”
While his brother said the was an offer being “booted around”, Noel took to Twitter to once again dismiss any rumours of a reunion.
“So… just while I’m in between having my nails done and taking my regular elocution lessons I’d like to point out AGAIN that I’m not aware of any offer for any amount of money to reform the legendary rock ’n’ roll outfit Oasis,” he told his 1.2 million followers.
“I think someone has still someone else’s tunes to promote so that’s maybe what’s causing the confusion,” he jibed.
Last month, Liam said they had been offered a massive £1 million for an Oasis reunion but that his brother had turned it down.
However, Noel shot the claims down, telling TalkSPORT he wasn’t aware of any offer.
Noel also announced that, until fans heard it from him, there was no reunion happening.
Published at Tue, 10 Mar 2020 08:31:00 +0000