While celebrating the 30th anniversary of Oasis’ “Definitely Maybe” album, Liam Gallagher revealed to fans he’s planning to celebrate the milestone with a new tour.
In an Instagram post on Monday (October 16th), the Oasis frontman declared, “I’m bouncing around the house to announce the Definitely Maybe Tour. The most important album of the ‘90s bar none. I wouldn’t be anywhere without it and neither would you, so let’s celebrate together LG x.”
Gallagher will be taking some of Oasis’ famous hits throughout the UK and Ireland while on his Definitely Maybe tour next summer. He noted that the tickets will go on sale this Friday (October 20th). The singer did not reveal whether or not his former bandmates would be joining him on the tour. The tour is scheduled to kick off at the beginning of June 2024.
Oasis was together from 1991 to 2009. The band consisted of Gallagher as well as Paul Arthurs (aka Bonehead), Paul McGuigan, and Tony Drums. Gallagher’s brother, Noel, eventually joined the band as the fifth member. The band became popular with songs such as Morning Glory, Wonderwall, and Don’t Look Back in Anger.
Liam Gallagher’s Brother Noel Recently Called Him a ‘Coward’ Over Not Pushing For an Oasis Reunion
Although Liam Gallagher is ready to go out on tour and perform the songs that first made him famous, his brother, Noel, criticized him over the summer about not going in on an Oasis reunion.
During a May 2023 interview, Noel didn’t hold back when it came to talking about his brother. “Well, I put it out there. [Liam] won’t call…” Noel said about a potential reunion among the popular ‘90s group. “I mean, he should call me, because he’s like, he’s forever going on about it. You’d have thought by now, he’d have some kind of plan.”
Noel pointed out that his brother doesn’t even have to speak to him, but referred to him as a coward. “So he should get some of his people, his agent, to call my people and say, ‘Look, this is what we’re thinking.’ And then we’ll have a conversation about it. Until then, he’s being a little bit disingenuous.”
The Oasis bandmate further explained that Liam is guilty of getting “people’s hopes up” with the comments he’s made on social media over the years.
Noel previously stated that he was open to having an Oasis reunion. However, he said Liam is unwilling to reach out to the bandmates and make that dream into a reality. Former guitarist of the group, Bonehead, also said a reunion would be “worth it” to him. “Never say never, I would say,” Bonehead reportedly stated. “Realistically? I don’t know. Liam’s got his solo career. As has Noel. I don’t know, you’re asking the wrong person. But I’d love to see it.”
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