Noel Gallagher won’t attend Rock N Roll Hall Of Fame ceremony if Oasis is inducted

Noel Gallagher took over the famed Capitol Records studio in Los Angeles Thursday night to play a packed house five songs off his upcoming High Flying Birds album “Who Built the Moon?” out Nov. 24.

But of course questions during the Q&A quickly turned to Oasis and the band’s 25th Anniversary of their first album “Definitely Maybe” which is coming up in two years. 

Why is that number significant? It means they can be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Gallagher explained he’s already been contacted by the organization and told them straight up “it’s not gonna happen.” Normally, of course, bands get together to both perform and accept the award but he told the audience he would not attend if they got inducted. On whether he thought Oasis deserved to be honoured: “Well, I certainly think I do.”