Roger Daltrey: 'Oasis Will Get Back Together Within The Next Four Years'
The Who star Roger Daltrey is convinced Oasis will reform within the next four years.
The rocker, who has had a love-hate relationship with bandmate Pete Townshend for decades, insists it's inevitable that the estranged Gallagher brothers, Noel and Liam, will put their differences to one side for a major comeback.
He tells British radio network Xfm, "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."
Oasis split in 2009 and the Gallaghers have waged a war of words in the media ever since. Noel has gone solo and Liam formed a new band, Beady Eye, with his Oasis bandmates Gem Archer and Andy Bell.
At the end of last year, singer Liam announced he would be open to reuniting with his brother to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Oasis' hit album "(What's The Story) Morning Glory" in 2015.
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