Liam Gallagher says there’s ‘no chance’ of an Oasis reunion because he hasn’t spoken to brother Noel in EIGHT years
Liam Gallagher has confirmed an Oasis reunion is nowhere near a maybe and still a definitely not.
The band’s fans have been praying for singer Liam, 44, and guitarist Noel, 50, to bury the hatchet after an eight-year rift.
But Liam has confirmed they have not spoken since Noel quit Oasis after a Paris dressing room bust-up in August 2009. Liam insisted their relationship is still non-existent, despite pleas from their distraught mum Peggy to reconcile.
The singer said: “We’ve got to start talking first before we can start talking about a band. Right now I’m fine.
“Noel has sort of washed his hands of the lot. He wants to get on and do his solo stuff, which is fine.”
Liam criticised Noel on social media for not performing at June’s One Love Manchester benefit gig after the Arena bombing. But Noel gave royalties from Oasis’s Don’t Look Back In Anger to charities.
Liam was speaking in the US to promote his first solo album, As You Were, and upcoming US shows. He said fans will get Oasis tunes in his gigs and added: “I love being compared to Oasis because I AM Oasis.”