After Dave Grohl claims he'd play the festival if Oasis and Prince headlined, XFM put the question to Mr Gallagher himself.
Tours, Festivals & Gigs News
Friday, 21st November 2014
Thursday, 20th November 2014
The band cancel Canadian shows because of freak weather in New York state.
Wednesday, 19th November 2014
The Brighton duo cancel more shows in Europe after singer and bassist Mike Kerr contracted severe tonsillitis.
Tuesday, 18th November 2014
Muse have been announced as the second headliner for the metal festival.
Members of The Killers and Rage Against The Machine will join Billy Corgan at Koko in London next month.
Monday, 17th November 2014
The rock n' roll powerhouse will play the iconic month long festival.
Friday, 14th November 2014
Dave Grohl has confirmed to XFM Breakfast that they're working on a plan that would let their fans crowdfund future gigs.
Wednesday, 12th November 2014
The band bring Sonic Highways to stadiums in the UK next summer... and they'll be taking Royal Blood with them.
Casablancas and co are the first band announced to play the iconic Barcelona festival.
Tuesday, 11th November 2014
The phones are believed to have been stolen during the Brixton show in London on Friday.
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