Are Oasis getting back together for a one-off charity gig?

Sally can’t wait for this one.

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Liam Gallagher has asked his brother Noel to get Oasis back together for a one-off charity gig once the coronavirus pandemic ends.

Just last month, the former Oasis frontman claimed Noel turned down an enormous £100 million offer to reunite the band. Now, he has taken to Twitter to plead with his older brother to get the Mancunian outfit together for a charity show once the COVID-19 outbreak stabilises, saying, “We need to get oasis back for a 1 of gig rite for charity c’mon Noel we can then go back to our amazing solo careers c’mon you know.”

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Liam then also called out The Smiths and The Cheeky Girls, asking if they would be keen on the charity show as well. “All these miserable fucking cunts in bands who think there too cool for school the jam c’mon weller the smiths c’mon marr Rkid oasis c’mon noel what a gig oh and the cheeky girls what a fucking line up c’mon you know,” he said.

Earlier this month, Noel Gallagher launched Blue Moon Rising – the last of a set of three EPs that he’s put out from 2019 to 2020. Speaking to Guitar.com about the negative chatter surrounding his new music, Noel said: “I don’t really care. I’m not really making music for them, am I?”

He also hinted during the interview that Gibson are creating a signature model inspired by the infamous sunburst model from his Oasis days, with the Adidas sticker above the soundhole.

“I sent it [to Gibson] to be photographed, the grain and the whole thing”, he said. “It’s not even a J-200, you know. It’s a J-150 that I just took off the shelf in London, played it, and I was like, ‘Yeah, I’ll take it.’ I never thought anything of it. But I’ve written some great fucking songs on that guitar.”

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