Noel Gallagher Has A Way To Finally Do An Oasis Show Without Liam

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Noel Gallagher Has A Way To Finally Do An Oasis Show Without Liam


Noel Gallagher, always one for surprises, recently expressed openness to performing alongside a holographic version of his estranged brother, Liam Gallagher. This revelation came during a nostalgic journey on Matt Morgan’s podcast, where the elder Gallagher brother discussed the possibility of holographic concerts, inspired by his admiration for the ABBA hologram show.


Gallagher was effusive in his praise for the ABBA holographic experience, describing it as “unbelievable” and “very, very impressive.” He recounted his astonishment at the lifelike quality of the holograms, admitting that at one point, he mistook them for real people. Enthused by the potential of holographic technology, he hinted at his willingness to explore similar ventures for Oasis, his iconic former band from the 1990s.


“If anybody wants to do an Oasis one, give us a shout. I would be bang up for it,” Gallagher declared, indicating his openness to the idea. Ever the pragmatist, he humorously outlined his negotiation strategy, emphasizing the need for a convincing offer before committing:

“I’d say ‘great’, speak to that guy over there and then come up with a figure and then he’ll relay it to me and I’ll say either yes or no.”



Noel Open to Performing Alongside Liam’s Hologram

This proposition isn’t entirely out of the blue. In the past, Gallagher had entertained the idea of an Oasis reunion, albeit with a technological twist. He once quipped about staging a concert using holograms, even jokingly suggesting that his brother Liam, with whom he shares a famously contentious relationship, might not be real. However, Gallagher’s humor doesn’t overshadow his sincerity; he reiterated his willingness to collaborate with a Liam hologram if circumstances allowed.


In a separate interview with BBC radio, Gallagher playfully revisited his earlier hologram remarks, reiterating his willingness to perform alongside a digitized version of Liam. He even took a playful jab, asserting that Liam himself might be a hologram, in jest, of course. Yet, beneath the banter lies a genuine sentiment: if circumstances aligned and Liam were on board, a holographic Oasis reunion could become a reality.


However, as tantalizing as the prospect may be for fans, Gallagher’s musings on holographic concerts remain speculative. There’s no concrete plan in place, and any potential reunion, whether virtual or not, would require more than just technological innovation—it would necessitate a reconciliation between the famously feuding Gallagher brothers.

Whether or not a holographic Oasis reunion materializes, the idea sparks excitement and nostalgia among fans, offering a tantalizing glimpse into what could be the closest thing to an Oasis reunion in the modern era.

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