Liam Gallagher took time out of a gig with his new band Beady Eye in Paris, France on Sunday night, March 13, to apologize to Oasis fans for letting them down when the group split in the country in 2009.
The Gallagher brothers' tempestuous relationship finally split the group for good when Noel Gallagher walked away from the "Wonderwall" hitmakers just before a show at the Paris Rock en Seine festival in August 2009.
The siblings have not spoken since, but have regularly taken aim at each other in the press. Liam went on to form a new group while Noel is said to be working on a solo album.
And before Beady Eye's first gig in France, Gallagher apologized to revelers at the Casino De Paris for Oasis' scrapped gig and subsequent split. He told the crowd, "Sorry for letting you down last time. Hopefully we can make it up to you."
The frontman also dedicated the group's "Kill for a Dream" to those affected by the devastating earthquake and tsunami in Japan.