Liam Gallagher announces Beady Eye split prompting Oasis reunion speculation

The rocker's band have gone their separate ways


by Owen Tonks |
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Going through a break-up is never nice so spare a thought for poor old Liam Gallagher who has announced the split of his band Beady Eye.

The rockers – Liam, Andy Bell, Gem Archer, Chris Sharrock and Jay Mehler – formed in 2009 after Liam’s former band Oasis ended but they have now decided to go their separate ways.

On Saturday, Liam tweeted: “Beady Eye are no longer. Thanks for all your support. LGx.”

So, what could this possibly mean?! Let’s assess the situation. The band parted company with their manager Scott Rodger earlier this year sparking speculation there had been a ruckus in the camp.

The split news caused a buzz amongst fans who quickly became excited at the prospect of an Oasis reunion.

One devotee tweeted: “This better be to make way for Oasis reunion!”

Will Liam and Noel reunite?
Will Liam and Noel reunite?

Another wrote: “What the mother licker, Beady Eye has split! Oasis reunion once Noel has finished touring new album?”

But Liam has already been planning a big comeback – the musician is set to perform with The Who’s backing band at a massive Teenage Cancer Trust gig next month.

A source told the Daily Mirror: “He’s been planning his comeback for a long time and he jumped at the chance of doing this.

“It’s going to be him on his own with The Who’s backing band but he’s got his old mate Starkey there to help him on.

“And he’s planning on doing My Generation in tribute of The Who. The event is set to raise millions for Teenage Cancer Trust and organisers are hoping it will be a sell out.”

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