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Oasis founder launches new music show

Alan McGee unveils programme for Rockworld TV

Alan McGee
The man who discovered Oasis, Alan McGee, has announced he is to join forces with radio DJ Gary Crowley.

The pair have teamed up with alternative music and lifestyle TV channel Rockworld.TV, which broadcasts on SKY Channel 368 and www.rockworld.tv, to produce a brace of new shows which will both aim to showcase the very best in new music.

McGee, founder of the legendary Creation Records and Poptones, will present a monthly TV version of his long running weekly club night ‘Death Disco’, which will be filmed in front of a live audience at The Cuckoo Club in London.

The show will feature three bands playing live per episode and already lined up for the first show, broadcast on July 20, are The Holloways, Reverend and The Makers and The Chavs.

Meanwhile, Crowley will be hosting monthly show, ‘Gary Crowley Presents’, which will mix live, acoustic performances and interviews featuring both new and established artists.

The first show, scheduled for broadcast on June 10, will feature performances from The Bishops and The Draytones as well as an interview with original Sex Pistols member Glen Matlock.

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