ALAN McGEE, head of Oasis’ label Creation Records, was rushed to hospital on Friday (July 10) suffering from two perforated stomach ulcers.
McGee was operated on at The London Clinic after falling ill at home. He lost a pint of blood but is expected to make a full recovery.
A Creation Records spokesman told NME: “He was feeling ill with ‘flu-like symptoms a few days before. Then he began to feel really dreadful and started passing blood. He was rushed to hospital and they put an endoscope (camera) down his throat and found two stomach ulcers. They zapped them with lasers and he had to stay in overnight.”
McGee, who is also a member of British Prime Minister Tony Blair’s Music Industry Forum advisory committee, was back at work this week to launch his bid for a new Scottish radio station, The Hub.