The Who’s Roger Daltrey: ‘Oasis will reform within four years’

Iconic frontman reckons Noel and Liam will be 'bigger than ever' if they do bury the hatchet

The Who‘s Roger Daltrey believes that Oasis will reform within the next four years.

Speaking to XFM, the singer said that it was inevitable that Noel and Liam Gallagher would settle their differences to play together again and become more popular than ever.

He said:

You know damn well that they’ll be together – I predict within four years. And it will be magic. They’ll be bigger than ever and they’ll be drinking twice as much.

Last December, Liam reiterated he would be open to reuniting with Oasis to celebrate the 20th anniversary of ‘(What’s The Story) Morning Glory’ in 2015.

In January, meanwhile, Noel Gallagher revealed that he felt Liam had a “difficult” role in Oasis as it must have been tricky for him to sing songs written by someone else.

Roger Daltrey will be part of the line-up for this year’s Concerts for Teenage Cancer Trust gigs. He will play a show with some ‘very special guests’ at London’s Royal Albert Hall on March 28, joining other confirmed acts including Pulp, Florence And The Machine and Paul McCartney for the charity gigs, which are now in their 12th year. This year’s other headliners are Example, Jessie J and a comedy evening with Jason Manford.

The line up for the Teenage Cancer Trust gigs is as follows:

Roger Daltrey plus very special guests (March 28)
Paul McCartney (29)
Example (30)
Pulp (31)
Jessie J (April 1)
Comedy evening with Jason Manford and special guests (2)
Florence And The Machine (3)

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