Speaking the week of Bonehead's departure, Tony McCarroll talks about life after Oasis...

TONY McCARROLL, founding member sacked from Oasis who won an out of court settlement from the band earlier this year, has said that the departure of Bonehead is the end of an era for Oasis.

Speaking to the Independent On Sunday from Manchester, McCarroll said: “Unlike Liam and Noel who appear to have abandoned their Northern roots, Bonehead never really moved to London. His home is here and his friends are here.”

“No-one really knows what goes on behind the scenes but if Bonehead decided to walk away of his own accord then he has made a very brave decision and one that he should not regret.”


Since leaving Oasis, McCarroll has set up a record label and a company dedicated to helping young bands in the area called Potential. He has also formed a new band with his two brothers.”


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