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Definitely Mightbe (A tribute to Oasis) tickets

O2 Academy Sheffield in Sheffield

Saturday 16th December 2017

6:30pm til 10:00pm

Minimum Age: 18

No1 Tribute Oasis Tribute Band with support from The Hurt Attack

 

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Definitely Mightbe (A tribute to Oasis) on Saturday 16th December 2017

Academy Events Present: Definitely Mightbe (A tribute to Oasis)

support from The Hurt Attack

Well OASIS are no more. The backstage bust-ups and public slanging matches on Twitter proved too much for this great British band.

Thankfully their No1 Tribute-DEFINITELY MIGHTBE (now in their twelfth year) don't share the same sibling rivalry as the real thing but they do have a lot in common when it comes to reproducing the rousing anthems stage presence and atmosphere that the originals created. With over two hours of material to draw from including all the hit's from all seven albums live favourites B-sides and a couple of Noel's acoustic number's when the boys start there's no stopping them. And who wants to stop when everybody's having a good time? As one pleased punter said after Definitely Might Be played a gig 200 miles away, 'I'm going to see the real Oasis in Manchester later this year and if they are half as good as you guys, I'm in for a bloody good night!'

Lead singer Ian bears an uncanny resemblance to Liam and has worked as a look-a-like in the UK appearing on BBC1, Channel 4, Sky TV and ITV. Publicity campaigns and advertising for HMV, Virgin, Q Magazine, Loaded, Royal Bank Of Scotland, Lloyds Bank and the National Press. Ian was also asked to star in a video for heavy metal legends MOTORHEAD for a recent single. To add to this, Ian also has the knack of sounding like Liam too and was asked to provide the vocals on a dance remix of Wonderwall set for release in summer 2010.

Paul Mitchell takes up the reigns as Noel and mimics the riffs and lead breaks with such precision you'd think you were listening to the CD; a very loud CD! While the rhythm section of Kev Pyne on bass and Pete Coppard on drums keep everything locked together and completes the family.

So, as good as the real thing? Well they.....DEFINITELY MIGHTBE.

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Acoustic, Pop, Rock

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