ROXY MUSIC star Bryan Ferry has hinted founding member Brian Eno may return to the group for a string of live reunion dates. Eno, who has already contributed to the band's first new album in 25 years, left Roxy Music in 1973 after creative differences caused a massive rift. But Ferry insists the pair are now ready to patch up their differences. The singer says, "I'd love him to join us on stage live as well - we'll have to wait and see." Since leaving the band, Eno has released a series of well-acclaimed ambient music albums, as well as producing tracks for David Bowie, U2 and Talking Heads.