Dublin club is hosting a fantastic Oasis night with a live Q&A about the making of Definitely Maybe
Six hours of Oasis and an appearance from an old member.
As stated previously, we're massive fans of Supersonic, Mat Whitecross' superb documentary about the rise and rise of Oasis, but after watching the film, it's clear that Noel Gallagher was never too fond of their original drummer, Tony McCarroll.
Noel isn't shy about stating his opinion that McCarroll couldn't drum in time and that he wouldn't be needed for the band's next album, (What's the Story?) Morning Glory.
Ultimately, Noel fired McCarroll from the band in 1995 but there's no denying his contributions to Oasis' first album. Tracks like Live Forever, Supersonic, Rock N Roll Star, Bring It On Down, and Columbia all featured him on the drums.
Absolutely iconic songs and nobody can take that away from the former Oasis member.
In one of the most emotional moments of the documentary, we also saw McCarroll talking about about the moment he was fired from the band as he states that “I think about it every day.”
Well, if you're a fan of Oasis, you'll be pleased to know that The Sugar Club, Dublin are hosting an Oasis night featuring a live Q&A with McMcCarroll about the making of Oasis' iconic debut album.
The official event page states: "In this candid and hilarious live podcast event, Tony tells one of the most in-depth rock 'n' roll stories of modern times. He reveals the truth about the early years before the band was even formed; he tells of the drinking and drug consumption. Plus, he talks of his much-publicised rift with Noel Gallagher. Tony's recollections include stories involving David Beckham, Prince, Eric Cantona and John McEnroe."
There's also going to be a screening of Supersonic and a DJ set that's bound to feature some of Oasis' most beloved tunes.
The event takes place on 30 March and more information can be found here.