Noasis is the definitive tribute band to Manchester’s five piece super group Oasis. Since their formation in 2006 and with over 900 performances to date, this amazing Tribute Band have justly earned their reputation. With an obsessive attention to detail the band recreates the real Oasis experience with such amazing and awesome energy playing all the classic songs as if they were their own.
Noasis Sample Set List
Performing songs such as Wonderwall, Don’t Look Back In Anger, Live Forever, D’You Know What I Mean? Cigarettes & Alcohol, The importance Of Being Idle, Gas Panic, All Around The World, Half The World Away, Cast No Shadow, Acquiesce,.
She’s Electric, Bring It On Down, Talk Tonight, Go Let It Out, Whatever, Stay Young, I Hope, I Think, I know, Little James, The Meaning Of Soul, Fade In Out, Let’s All Make Believe, My Big Mouth, The Hindu Times, Idler’s Dream.
“Top band, top bunch of lads
They have performed regularly at the Alexandra Palace annual Fireworks Display
Noasis performed six songs Live in The Queen Vic for a 2015 Christmas episode of Eastenders.
The Story Of Oasis
Over 70 million albums sold. A haul of over 30 awards from the Brits, MTV, NME and Q. Britain’s fastest-selling debut album, soon followed by Britain’s fastest-selling album full stop. A place in the Guinness Book Of Records for scoring 22 consecutive Top Ten singles. All summed up in one word: Oasis.
From the early 1990’s Oasis recorded countless songs across their eight albums; they defined a generation & continue to influence musicians around the globe. They departed in 2009 but their legacy will live on, for who can resist singing along to ‘Live Forever’, ‘Wonderwall’, ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’, ‘Lyla’, ‘Rock ‘N’ Roll Star’…
Artist Biography by Stephen Thomas Erlewine
Oasis shot from obscurity to stardom in 1994, becoming one of Britain’s most popular and critically acclaimed bands of the decade in the process. Along with Blur and Suede, they were responsible for returning British guitar pop to the top of the charts. Led by guitarist/songwriter Noel Gallagher, the Manchester quintet adopted the rough, thuggish image of the Stones and the Who, crossed it with “Beatlesque” melodies and hooks, injected distinctly British lyrical themes and song structures like the Jam and the Kinks.
They tied it all together with a massive guitar roar, as well as a defiant sneer that drew equally from the Sex Pistols‘ rebelliousness and the Stone Roses‘ cocksure arrogance. Gallagher‘s songs frequently reworked previous hits from T. Rex (“Cigarettes and Alcohol” borrows the riff from “Bang a Gong”) to Wham! (“Fade Away” takes the melody from “Freedom”), yet the group always put the hooks in different settings, updating past hits for a new era.
Originally, the group was formed by schoolmates Liam Gallagher (vocals), Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs (guitar), Paul McGuigan (bass), and Tony McCaroll (drums). After spending several years as the guitar technician for a Stone Roses-inspired group named the Inspiral Carpets, Noel Gallagher returned to Manchester to find that his brother had formed a band. Noel agreed to join if he could have complete control of the group, including contributing all the songs; the rest of the band agreed and adopted a new name, Oasis, before launching a year of intensive rehearsals.
After playing a handful of small club gigs, the band cornered Alan McGee, the head of Creation Records, and forced him to listen to their demo. Impressed, he signed the band and helped them ready their debut album. The group released their first single, “Supersonic,” in the spring of 1994; it edged its way into the charts on the back of positive reviews. With a melody adapted from “I’d Like to Teach the World to Sing,” “Shakermaker” became a bigger hit in the early summer.
Released a month before their debut album’s arrival, the soaring ballad “Live Forever” became a major hit in England and helped make Definitely Maybe the fastest-selling debut in British history. The record entered the charts at number one and eventually sold over seven million copies.
Oasis mania continued throughout 1994, as the group began playing larger theaters and watched each new single outperform the last. However, tensions in the group began to build — Liam and Noel refused to do joint interviews because they always fought — and Noel Gallagher briefly left the band at the end of a difficult fall American tour. However, he quickly re-joined and the band headed back to England.
As “Supersonic” began to climb the U.S. album rock and modern rock charts, the string-laden “Whatever” (a non-album single) hit number two over the British Christmas season. At the beginning of 1995, the group set their sights on America by promoting the single “Live Forever.”
The song became a major hit on MTV and modern rock radio stations, peaking at number two, and Definitely Maybe soon climbed to gold status in the U.S. Returning to England after a sold-out American tour, the group recorded a new single, “Some Might Say.” Drummer Tony McCaroll parted ways with the band on the eve of the single’s May release, with Alan White taking his place. “Some Might Say” entered the charts at number one, an
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