Ex-Oasis man discusses band reunion

Bonehead says he'd hook up with the Gallaghers for charity

Ex-Oasis guitarist Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs has said he’d play with the band again – if it was for charity.

Arthurs was a founding member of the Manchester band and left the set-up in 1999. He now plays in new band The Vortex – but has said he’d be happy to hook up with the Gallagher brothers onstage for the right cause.

“I’d play with them for a charity gig, of course,” he told the Daily Record. “We never fell out. People thought we had a dramatic fall-out and a fight but we never.”

Oasis split in 2009, and Bonehead said that he was now a big fan of Liam Gallagher‘s new band Beady Eye, which features all the members who were in the band before the split bar Liam‘s brother Noel.

“I saw them in Glasgow and Manchester and I think it’s the best I’ve heard Liam singing, ever,” Arthurs said. “He’s totally on form. Beady Eye are just going to get bigger and better.”

Beady Eye wrapped up their first UK tour last night (March 10) in London.