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After the end of tours in April, Noel Gallagher confirmed that Starkey was invited to be Oasis' official drummer, but that couldn't materialize before his current working engagements with The Who are completed in mid-2007.In addition to his work with The Who and Oasis, Starkey continued to work with other acts, including touring with The Lightning Seeds.
By the age of 12, Starkey was already performing in pubs with a band.
In 2004, Starkey joined the Britpop band Oasis, filling a void left by longtime drummer Alan White's departure.
In May 2005, Noel Gallagher revealed to the BBC that Starkey had recorded in the recording sessions (March-December 2004) for their new album, Don't Believe The Truth.
Who factoids – Townshend’s 2007 SXSW Keynote – and trivia (Roky Erickson, Jimmie Vaughan, and Jeff Beck were listed as being in the house) encapsulated the second in the triumvirate of fab UK fourpieces: Beatles, Who, Zeppelin.
The Who without Moon and Entwistle remains akin to John and Paul without George and Richard Starkey, Jr.; Bono and the Edge without Larry Mullen, Jr.
He has received very good reviews in this role for being a strong drumming presence but without explicitly imitating Moon.
Zak has been the full-time drummer for The Who since their 1996 Quadrophenia Tour.(That’s 1996-20-1978, respectively.) The group’s Tazmanian drum demon counted Ringo Starr among his closest friends.Monday night at the Frank Erwin Center, Moony was alive and quakin’ in the maelstrom of Starkey.Gene Lake Don Lamond Thomas Lang Dave Langguth Shannon Larkin Pete La Roca Sims Karl Latham Rick Latham Trevor Lawrence Jr. Lehrmann Paul Leim Stan Levey Mel Lewis Victor Lewis Pete Lockett Dave Lombardo Larrie Londin Hakim Ludin Andreas Luescher Ray Luzier Mike Mangini Rod Morgenstein Joe Morris Nate Morton Paul Motian Famadou Don Moye Alphonse Mouzon Jonathan Mover Moritz Mueller Idris Muhammad Larry Mullen Jr.Narada Lewis Nash Sandy Nelson Andy Newmark Jost Nickel Anika Nilles Gary Novak Adam Nussbaum Volkan Oektem Jamie Oldaker Nigel Olsson John Otto Poncho Sanchez Mongo Santamaria Cindy Blackman Santana Mark Schulman Jon Bermuda Schwartz Robert "Sput" Searight Denny Seiwell Danny Seraphine Paco Séry Chad Sexton Gil Sharone Ed Shaughnessy Michael Shrieve Pete La Roca Sims Eric Singer Zutty Singleton Chad Smith Marvin "Smitty" Smith Nate Smith Nick Smith Ian Thomas Ahmir Questlove Thompson Chester Thompson Brian Tichy Top Secret Drum Corps Pat Torpey Tico Torres Dave Tough Nat Townsley Ron Tutt Lars Ulrich Vadrum Andrea Vadrucci Christian Vander Alex Van Halen Ronnie Vannucci Nana Vasconcelos Carlos Vega Glen Velez Ronnie Verrell Nicolas Viccaro Johnny Vidacovich Nick D'Virgilio Chad Wackerman Nasheet Waits Narada Michael Walden Bill Ward Billy Ward Kenny Washington Derico Watson Zak Starkey (born September 13, 1965 in London, England) is the drummer for English rock band Oasis.Its 71 years couldn’t recede back to 1971 for Who’s Next essentials “Behind Blue Eyes,” “Baba O’Riley,” and “Won’t Get Fooled Again,” but classic rock radio wore the tar out of those anthems – a term overused in the rock lexicon, only the Who invented the very form – so the band still performs them out of obligation rather than gusto. Rather, mid-Sixties pop hits “The Seeker,” “The Kids Are Alright,” and “Pictures of Lily” found the frontman once again sounding like a kid, alright.