Gallagher: 'American Gigs Are Soul-destroying'04 March 2009
Gallagher: 'American Gigs Are Soul-destroying'
The band is widely recognised as one of the U.K.'s most popular acts, and frequently sells out shows across the world.
Oasis embarked on a North American tour last year (08), but were forced to scrap several dates after guitarist Noel was attacked on-stage by a fan in Toronto, Canada in September.
But the cancelled gigs seemingly didn't upset the star too much - he insists his past experiences playing for American audiences were "soul-destroying".
He says, "I'm not too keen on touring there. It's not like Europe.
"There are a lot of people eating pizza. It gets a bit soul-destroying after a while when you're playing.
"I'm not keen on it but you have to go there I suppose."
Gallagher's alleged attacker, 47-year-old Daniel Sullivan, is due to face a charge of aggravated assault at a pre-trial hearing on Friday (06Mar09).
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