Drummer Taylor Hawkins had fixed a photo of the Gallagher brothers to his bass drum head, and it wasn't long before he and Dave Grohl proposed starting a petition to get Oasis back together.
As you can see below, Grohl asked the Reading audience, "How many people wanna see Oasis fucking play a show?" to raucous applause. Noel Gallagher, who acknowledged the petition onstage in San Diego last night (August 28) while supporting Smashing Pumpkins with his High Flying Birds.
In what shouldn't be a surprise, Noel wasn't quite onboard with the reunion plans. "I'd like to start a petition to get Foo Fighters to split up, if that were at all possible," he told the audience. Liam Gallagher has put forth a compelling pitch for a stage adaptation of the band's career.
Grohl and Foo Fighters could release a new album in 2020. The frontman also recently revealed he will not be on a forthcoming album from Queens of the Stone Age.
Oasis the musical 5 lads from Manchester start a band and take on the world the little 1 who writes the songs turns into a massive cunt sacks everyone except his little brother as he ain't got the arse splits up the band there's a story line for ya THE END LG x— Liam Gallagher (@liamgallagher) August 29, 2019