Former Oasis drummer Tony McCarroll announced that he has been hospitalized after a heart attack (Michael Stephens / PA)
By Keiran Southern, PA
Former Oasis drummer Tony McCarroll announced that he was hospitalized after a heart attack.
The 50-year-old musician said he fell ill last Wednesday and was taken to hospital the next day.
He tweeted, “I am not quite out of the woods yet, but would like to give our #NHS great praise. We are more than happy to have such a service! Thanks very much!! X. “
Hi everyone. I wanted to let you know that I was hospitalized on Thursday after having a heart attack on Wednesday night. I’m not quite out of the woods yet, but I would like to give kudos to our #NHS We’re more than happy to have such service! Thank you !! X
Manchester born McCarroll was one of the founding members of Oasis in 1991 and celebrated alongside Liam and Noel Gallagher, bassist Paul McGuigan and guitarist Paul “Bonehead” Arthur’s great success.
After playing drums on the groundbreaking debut album Definitely Maybe in 1994, he left Oasis in dire circumstances in 1995.
He had millions of pounds for his work on Definitely Maybe and Some Might Say, the first single from Oasi’s second album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory?
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