Noasis: Everything you need to know about the Oasis tribute band who have been approved by Noel and Liam Gallagher

The Oasis tribute band ‘Noasis’ first got together in 2006 and have since captured the hearts of fans across the country, including Oasis brothers Noel and Liam Gallagher.

Noasis performing at 'Britain's highest pub', the Tan Hill Inn. (Pic credit: Tan Hill Inn)

The band is made up of five artists: Gary Paine and James Cropley (who portray Liam and Noel Gallagher respectively), Paul Read on the guitar, Arron Hancock who is the drummer, and Paul Holland who is on bass.

Who is Noasis?

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It is an Oasis tribute band that was formed 15 years ago and have since been touring across the world covering Oasis songs.

They have covered of their biggest hits such as Some Might Say, Live Forever, Cigarettes and Alcohol and Supersonic.

What do people think of the tribute band?

Noasis has received a wall of praise by fans and even famous celebrities.

“Noasis with 20,000 people ‘avin it! We gotta get out and do something,” Liam Gallagher said.

“Top band, top bunch of lads,” Oasis guitarist, Paul ‘Bonehead’ Arthurs, said.

“Let’s hear it for Noasis, amazing!” BBC presenter, Chris Evans, said.

“Your performance went down a storm,” Ben Harris, commercial executive of Saracens Rugby Club, said.

“Noasis rocked the palace tonight,” an official statement from The Alexandra Palace.

The band has performed live on the Chris Evans Breakfast Show before their Carfest performance and they performed six songs live at The Queen Vic for a 2015 Christmas special episode of Eastenders.

Noasis performed at the Tan Hill Inn on Saturday, November 27, before the remotely located pub was snowed in and the band members along with more than 60 guests were trapped in the pub for three days.