Alan McGee, the boisterous co-founder and boss of one of the most significant music labels in British rock history, Creation Records, is touring the UK with ‘An Evening with Alan McGee’. McGee has experienced many successes, not only as a record label owner (he is responsible for the signing of bands such as Oasis, Primal...
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