The Who’s Roger Daltrey says he has ‘no doubt’ that Oasis will reform

Frontman describes his recent live performance with Liam Gallagher as 'wonderful'

The Who‘s Roger Daltrey has said that he has “no doubt” that an Oasis reunion will happen.

Daltrey performed ‘My Generation’ with Liam Gallagher at London’s Shepherd’s Bush Empire on Tuesday night (November 11) as part of the The Who Hits 50 tribute night in aid of the Teenage Cancer Trust.

Following the performance, The Who singer told Bang Showbiz: “I’ve got no doubt Oasis will reform. I’ve never had any doubts. I just know groups, in the end they’ll start to think, ‘why not?’. It’s what they do! What else is [Liam Gallagher] going to do, become a painter decorator?”

Speaking of the gig, he added: “That was a great night. Really, really good fun. It was just wonderful.”

In 2012, Daltrey said that he believes the Gallaghers would reform within the “next four years”. “You know damn well that they’ll be together – I predict within four years,” he told XFM. “And it will be magic. They’ll be bigger than ever and they’ll be drinking twice as much.”

The Who’s Teenage Cancer Trust gig earlier this week also featured performances from Tom Odell, Razorlight’s Andy Burrows, Pearl Jam’s Eddie Vedder, Kaiser Chiefs frontman Ricky Wilson and more. Check out the setlist below.

‘I Can’t Explain’ – Andy Burrows
‘The Kids Are Alright’ – Wilko Johnson + The Strypes
‘Getting In Tune’ – Tom Odell
‘Behind Blue Eyes’ – Amy Macdonald
‘Who Are You?’ – Rizzle Kicks
‘You Better You Bet’ – Rich Hall
‘5.15’ – Ricky Wilson
‘Bell Boy’ – Ricky Wilson + Phil Daniels
‘Love Reign O’er Me’ – Joe Elliott
‘Acid Queen’ – Sheila Ferguson
‘The Seeker’ – Geddy Lee
‘Baba O’Riley’ – Leslie Mendelson
‘My Generation’ – Liam Gallagher
‘Naked Eye’ – Eddie Vedder
‘Won’t Get Fooled Again’ – Eddie Vedder
‘Listening To You’ – Eddie Vedder
‘Substitute’ – Roger Daltrey
‘Young Man Blues’ – Roger Daltrey