Noel Gallagher is donating song royalties to Manchester fund

Ausiliatrice Cristiano
Giugno 8, 2017

Despite rumours of an Oasis reunion for the concert, which raised money for those affected by the Manchester Arena bombing last month, Noel was out of the country for the event and had released a statement confirming that he wouldn't be there before he left.

Apparently Noel - who's said to be donating all profits made from sales of Don't Look Back in Anger which Ariana Grande and Coldplay's Chris Martin performed - to victimsof the tragic Manchester attack was never even in the picture.

Now on holiday with his wife Sara MacDonald, Noel had been the subject of some criticism from fans, after Liam showed up to perform at the benefit gig without him, with Liam himself branding his older brother a "sad f***" on social media.

The Gallagher brothers formerly of Oasis still look back in anger, but one thing they can agree on is a good cause - sort of.

Noel Gallagher has responsed to being called a "sad f**k" by his brother in the best way possible.

The 50-year-old rocker has been criticised by his brother Liam for failing to perform at the benefit gig at the Emirates Old Trafford last Sunday (04.06.17) for the victims of the recent terrorist attack in the city.

Simon Kelner of the i newspaper in the United Kingdom claims that the older Gallagher brother will be donating "all profits from sales of the song since the bombing to the We Love Manchester campaign".

Noel subsequently tweeted a link to Kelner's article, suggesting that the royalties gesture was true.

As reported by NME, Gordon Smart of Radio X defended the elder Gallagher.

Noel Gallagher's spokesman previously said the singer could not attend because of a long-standing family trip. Loads of wonderful musicians from Manchester couldn't play the gig, but none of them have been dug out.

"Needless to say he is very supportive of the event and wishes everyone huge success on the day".

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