Liam Gallagher has urged his band for a “one-off” reunion show in aid of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Former "Oasis" singer Liam Gallagher has urged his band mate-brother Noel Gallagher for a "one-off" reunion show of their band in aid of the Covid-19 epidemic.
Liam suggested once this global emergency is over, "Oasis" could do the show with other British bands who had split up.
"Once this is put to bed, we need to get Oasis back for a one-off gig ... for charity," he tweeted. "C'mon, Noel, we can then go back to our amazing solo careers."
Oasis were an English rock band formed in Manchester in 1991. The band officially split in 2009 after growing tensions between the Gallagher brothers.
Their debut album "Definitely Maybe" became a hit and their success continued throughout the peak of the Britpop era.