Tony Macrol, ex. Oasis Drummer announced on Twitter that he had been taken to hospital after suffering a heart attack.
He said he fell ill last Wednesday and was taken to hospital the next day.
He tweeted: “I’m not out of the woods right now but I want to give my #NHS a huge advantage. We’re more than lucky to get this kind of service! Thanks !! X.”
The 50-year-old was one of the founding members of Oasis in 1991 and had great success with bands Matt Liam and Noel Gallagher, bassist Paul McGuinness and guitarist Paul “Bonehead” Arthurs.
Hello everyone. I wanted to tell you that I was admitted to the hospital on Thursday after having a heart attack on Wednesday night. I’m not out of the woods yet, but I just want to make a big contribution. # NHS We are lucky to have such a service. Thanks !! X.
– Tony McCarroll (ony Tony McCarls) August 30, 2021
After playing the drums on the group’s original 1994 album Definitely Maybe, he left Oasis in critical conditions in 1995 and was replaced by Alan White.
Macrol filed a lawsuit against Oasis over the loss of earnings and in 1999 accepted an out-of-court settlement.
He was demanding millions of pounds for his work on Oasis’ second album (What’s the Story) Morning Glory’s first single, Definitely Maybe and Sim Mighty Sea.
After the revelation of Macrol. Health Problems, fans expressed their good wishes on social media.